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EX-CROWN PRINCE. HOME FROM EXILE. (Australian Press Association Cable) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

EX-CpVMl; PRINCE. HOME F.ROM EXILE. i a nit rii 1 lii 11 f>res's Association- Ciiblu) LONDON, Nov.'-.M.-The- 'U>aily iChrouicle" correspondent ' reports having bad . an interview with the ox-Crown' 1'I-Incc;' who said:-"I am very hui>i>y, after nine yearn, to again bo lu my »wn home on my own, os late. .1 am lmppy to bear with my countrymen the trials that have been home bv our fatUerlaml. My inten Hon is to work to forward tho table of i reconstruction fo£ my country, eoa revnint; whose recovery .1 am not in 'doubt." . * ' :

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JAPAN ECONOMISES. EFFECT OF EARTHQUAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

JAPAN fCONOMISES. EFFECT o£\ EARTHQUAKE. TOK.IO, Nov.'15.-Tlib reduced es timates ol "Jimuii for the year 1U-4 uru 1S4,000,000 yen less thuu last year's ligures.

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

Broadcasting WILL BE AN ESTABLISHED FACT IN DECEMBER. I HAVE BEEN APPOINTED AGENT IN YOUNG DISTRICT FOR NEW SYSTEM TELEPHONES Pty., Ltd. (All Goods entirely British Manufacture)., ORDERS ACCEPTED FOIt GOVERNMENT LICENSE FEE, 10/., . SERVICE:S£3t3PsTI°N FEE T° FAKMER'S BROADCASTING . 'PRICE-LISTS OF RECEIVING SETS AND OTHER INFORMATION' ON RE QUEST. W.F.Gilbert Pyoung°;| Stewart's . ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE ass® Msaasgfsg&r' A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. Ill all eases of ASTHMA and BRONCHITIS '.vill bo found moat bencficial whether of rcccnfc or chronic nature. PRICE 2/6 PER BOTTLE. OBTAINABLE ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA ST. YOUNG.'PHONE 158. °oontry Orders packed FRtJiS and sent tie Saui* DW* E. F. HEWETT S CO. Late Richard e ii SPECIAL CASH COUPON MONTH. 5/- Worth of Goods Free 5/ OBTAINAJ3LE ANY ONE DAY OF THIS MONTH. For every £2 (two pounds) spent by any Cash Purchaser at on Store on any day, thij Offer holds Rood. COUTON. * Available from November 8th to December 1...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADDITIONAL LETTER BOXES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

ADDITIONAL LETTER BOXES. A number of additional'letter box es have been installd! at the local Post Office* These new boxes are in two sizes, and are now available to any person or fii ni requiring them at the rental of £1 per annum for the lar^e. ;ize and 10/ a year for the smaller boxes. Early application is necessary to secure one of these new boxes.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREMIER DEFENDS GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

PREMIER DEFENDS GOVERN MENT The Premier, Sir George Fuller, in defending thu Government from press criticism, said he refrained from abolishing- the Board of Trade and reforming the system of industrial arbitration. He poin ted out that it was difficult to deal with these matters independently of each other. It was made clear in the policy speech that the Govern ment thought the first step should be to revise the powers of the Com monwealth over arbitration. At soon merit began negotiations with this object in view and pursued them with every hope of success till Mr. , ns it assumed office the Govern Bruce left for England. Mr. Bruce then insisted that the matter should be deferred till he returned.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SERIAL STORY. THE SEEKER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

NEW SERIAL STORY. THE SEEKER. By OLIVER WADSLEY. Author or "Tlio /?'lam'.'," "iteullty" ctc. ,S!io obeyed, ami walked -toward"* W;:i. For 'u second time she met Ills eyes, and fear returned to her. Then sho saw no more. She was caught up, wrapped within the Be douin's burnous. and the man began to run. Muriel was very slender, and the man was strong. lie car ried her easily until he reached i\ (Up in the wilderness of sand. With a gasp -he flung her down, jerked a snarling camel to its Caich ing Muriel up again, he moiftited, and was off like the wind. She .could not scream, could scarce ly breathe. .She V.hh SO closely pres sed, against, the folds of the man's burnous thafc-she could hear his heart hammering from the exertion of his run. . She twisted her face free suddenly, and met his eyes. "You will be put *» prison lor this," she said to him with trembling lips. "England will punish you, do you hear? 1 am an Knglishwoman." The man laughed again. "You'vo money?" lie said. With e...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATE CRISIS. Will Vote be Reversed To-morrow? MR. NESBITT'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

'ESTATE Will Vote be Rgyense,D . To-morrow? .. MR. NESBITT'S STATEMENT. Although defeated by one vote iii the Assembly on Friday morning, .Sir George Fuller says the Govern ment intends to endeavour to carry on. The House will be given an opportunity to reverse its vote to 1 morrow, j .Mr. Nesbit M.UA., who was in-, terviewed yesterday, declared , J "Unless the Government concedes I the reouests made by myself, Mr. i Missingham, and Mr. Perdrinu, re Kurdim* tin* Valuer-General's De partment, we :av bound to protect our electorate, so far as our vote and voice in Parliament can. In stead of talking about stenmrolling us, the Government should .realise it has to consult us. it is now not Air. Bruxner, but we who have to be considered." j I Mr. Nesbit furthei said that he i attacked the Government over the 1 Valuer-GeneralDepartment. He ; was very tired. .-«> were the two oth er members of his electorate, at tak ing depntation* to live Cabinet min isters and rec«;iviu»' the inevitab...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Selling to a Crowd. How the Auctioneer Carries on His Artful Work. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

Selling to a 'Crowd. How the Auctioneer Carries on His Artful Work. If you have something to~sell and want to get the bust possible1 prne sell it at auction. But if you want to buv something ut a bargain price go to auction .sales where that some thing is sold: people are picking up bargains at auctions every day. Kat your cake «nd have it too? How is it done? Partly by the follow who does the selling, the auctioneer, and partly by the peculiar mechanism of auc tion selling itself. The auction sale multiplies the number of possible purchasers, and pits them against one another. Kach bidder lias his own idea of values very often wrong. Or he has Ins own idea of the price he is willing to pay-and will probably pay more if some other bidder tries to get th* article away from him. People get bargains, too, because some thin*":; are sold below, value at every auction. There are bound : to be articles that few bidders want and thev are knocked down cheap, j It is important in auction sale...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUNIOR CRICKET. A WIN FOR YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

JUNIOR CRICKET. A WIN FOR YOUNG.' Last Saturduv tile boys of the Methodist Order o£ Knights journey . ed to Harden to play the Methodist Sunilav School. The boys left the Methodist Qhurch at 10.30 a.m. un der the supervision of Rev. W. C. ' i'ullerton. The only incident the boys lmd was when the lorry on which they were travelling- failed to climb the hill'.' The lorry began to back down the hill. Some of the boys jumped olf the lorry, hut | others had no time und many of them were thrown oil'. Luckily none of the occupants were hurt. Arriving at Harden the boys were given their dinner in the Methodist grounds, after which they went to I the playing field.- Young O.K.'s won the toss and decided to but, and after a good display of cricket, were dismissed for !il runs. Har den batted and could only knock up 35 in the first innings. Young sent them in again and they scored Nl run's. Young O.K. then commen ced their second innings, and when stunins were drawn at the close of the dav the...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

NEW FICTION. 1 ... r;; I liquid's ot fiction nro freciueullv > >.* bewildered when it cornea to 'adding to thoir book slielves. 'Fiction is poured on to the linu'ket at. a''great.'V '' lulu. Some of it is excellent, aomu good, some indifferent, and somo fond, " ... ... unci to select from such n wide varie-- .»». ty and 'collection, hooks that ui'Q ' " worth reading is a very- 'difficult un».. - ? ilertaUliig. 'A fairly sato rule- la to rely on the stanOard of a publishing'."-': liousi'. (Both in America and Bri- . > tain there are publishing houses whov aim in maintaining an output ot ilc tioa thai is either good or excellent. ... .-. and a choice from thoir lists wl'li generally give 'satisfaction. , A pub- .... lishiiig house oil a. very high roputa- " .-w ..... tlou is that ot Mesara Hodderand Stoiiglitnn,'Ltd., London. Their pub licatlona nro invariably above: the: m- . different class, and can bo . depended . upon to be worth loading. . . A copy of. one of their recen...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SERIOUS ACCIDENT. MAN THROWN FROM HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

SERIOUS ACCIDENT. MAN THROWN FROM HORSE. Mr. Huhnrt TUurlow. (it Tumor.i roitd, VnuiiK. met with a serious ac cident late 01. 'Friday atternoon. lie was on Ills way home on liorseluth.. after *visit lo town, and whilst eng ine Penrose's 'bridge the horse slipp ing, lost its footing and fell. tl'r""ll!f; Its rider violently on the decking <' Hie bridge. Mr. Thurlow sustalni,d a biullv-fnu'turcil arm and oUi«.r jw juries. Including severe laceration* and abrasions 011 the Head and f^e. 'He was tdcV.ed. up a few minutes later and conveyed lo ills lioim; where > ] was giveir prompt nV'f,cu' ' H The Iiatieut "is now doing as well can be expected ii. the uimimstances.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

!5aSS«a*Hasaa3S«aSBSiii3aGHHSBiSaHHBBiH5aEiiatetf '...' s SPECIAL ? BUY YOUR XMAS CROCKERY NOW-DON'T WAIT 5. TILL THE LAST WEEK. H WHITE & GOLD CUPS & S A HOURS-Her dozen 8/6 H U'HITK & GOL'D ODD GUI'S -per dozen 6/fi ? itl.ST EXCMJSH DI.WVER PLATES-per dozen 13/ J Jjl'.'ST ESGUSU DESSERT l'LATKS-. r.~ ilo:e;i D/C Jj -JEST B ;.nd B PLATKh-l-er dozen 7/ JJ Special Line of Tumblers-per dozen 6/6 |J BUY HEBE AN > SAVE MONEY [ J. W. T. CHANT & Co. ? HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. ? PHONE 25. YOUNG. Public Notice 11GSSKS B\ & D. NORHOYiLE desire to notify ttie pottle that 01*7 h*Ye just Installed an ap-to-dcto Rubber Tyring Machine and are now In a position to fit lyres WHtLffi! YOU WAIT. Inquire for our prlcdB before placing en order elBerw&mo. ATJT. CLASSES OF VEHICLES MADE TO ORDJUR. RTJBBSR TYRED SULKIES A SPECIALTY. F. AND D. NORMOYLE PHONE 364 LOVELL -STREET TOUNO. The Ideal Supper Beverage is INGLIS COFFEE ESSENCE ALWAYS READY and ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOSPITAL SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

HOSPITAL SATURDAY. The Hucred Heart Hospital liud u big day on Saturday. "Hospital Sat urday" «VJIH tlie big objective, nnd from early morning thn boxes rattled uu Invitation to every puabcr-by; even the by-wnvs were not netfldet «d. >\s the day advanre/J the jihim» bur of fair canvassers Increased, ittt ovary vantage point was fully garris oned. The committee are more than safteiied with the result of iUo day, anil although tlie Haul figures are not kuor.u they are expected to be a re cord. The hospital button wilt con tribute a big share, us it could be #uen worn on the breast. of nearly every man on the street. The design was attractive and appropriate-a heart, emblettuttic of love. which a hospital .should Oo love and care for HUiforiiiK humanity, not cold charity. "Waller" wan at his old portion ami, it* usual. attracted every admirer of a htmio/ou.H tongue full of witticism and attiaelive ail the time. No one I present could resist a go at his ducks, whose heads were kept g...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. LOW TEMPERATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

THE WEATHER. -,UQVf: TEMPERATURES. Kimmrkably cobl wi.-atlier for >o vender -*« b«fngJc-xi»^rl«i}dM.. ; «CoM wosicrly, winfjx ' blew; ihrrtHKliout SnM ilfrtiiy ufiil Sunday. with HriviuR 'rain. Tciuneratitrert:-Max. flo, min. JO. mifufiUI to;» ii.m.. 21 iioiotH, , , FORECAST. Thf» foU&tviV- tWL-MJt wqs Isinjed by the Weather Buvt^u to-day f?> tii» 24 boiir? «n1!rfc' p ro. to-morrow: Kin'ft with winds lonriintr 'south c&4terly* Cold nishtji inifl&d*

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSH NURSING. Bazaar at Wallendbeen. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

BUSH ; NURSING. Bazaar at jWallendbeen. Tim bn/aar in aid.of the above pr»v- ! o<l a financial huccc.hs. Tiiu fol lowing amounts w'ere received at each stall, making a;total of ill CM/4/0. Ak tho expenses \verc only £U/.V1«. there ta a credit balance of JC8S/18/S. : Stalls;-Sweets :.£9/l-7S, children's I l£l.VUAr», produce' £N/lo/10, hoop-la i £G', laney £2;i/l£/', refreshments £7 G/-, cotttjietftlorift;£l/2/.'S. snooting i?af lory 6/fl, flower > £3/14'I. fish pond £5/'./:i, cool drinks £4/:i/(>, prize man* oy £2/7/6.. Tennis: Wnllendbcen defeated Nub» ba on the lormor** ground on Wed ncAiiay .by 12 sots to S. The local I lailios provided afternoon tea. -(Our lYvnliemlKecn corrcsponui'iii)

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. MRS. CATHERINE DODD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

OBITUARY. MRS. .CATHERINE OODD. The death look jdaee at .11 o'clock on Saturday night, at her residence, Oronr.'Il road, of Mrs. {.'iitlierino Hodd, an old and respected resident of the district, ajged ">:5 years. ISlm was a native at Harden, and was a daugh ter i)l' :be Jute Mr. Patrick Keo«Ji, who carried un (arming- operations in that locality for many years. She Was "first married at Voting 84 years ago (being then 10 years of agej to tile late Mr. Henry 'Hardy, the issue ut the marriage being two sous and fvyo iiauKliiors. one son ami one daughter CHarold J. and d^ouisa) sur viving her. Tint (let-eased was mar ried- a second time-13 years ago ut young, to Mr. Alfred Joseph Iiodd, by wit am she i* .surrited, nlso by t wo children; namely Alfred (11) and Mdry.JS)- ? Til? funeral t<;ok jilacw ti:is after noon.at. 2.3G. the arrangements being carried out by i'atterson Bros. The burial, was, in the It.C. portion of tlio «ctnot«ry. Very Rev. Dean Hen nejey reading tile ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWALLOWED A KNIFE. (Australian Press Association Cable) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

SWALLOWED A KNIFE. (Australian Pres#; Association Cable) LONDON', .Nov# 1-7.-ft'rlvnte Hatch, ii,ged 20, is lying,seriously ill in Alex andria Hospltal/'.thoruph Having swnl lowecl-«\ ilinher'-itnife, a toothbrush, sixteen - trou'ger ^buttons on string, several needUts^StV studs.' When (Hatch toid^his companions on Sun day that be had swallowed a kntCtf, they thought he was joking, but as he persisted with the story, he was taken to the hospital. A serious operation was performed, and the knife, tooth brush and* trouser but tons were extracted from his stom ach, but it is feared that the needles and studs have reached the intes tines. The case is one of the most surprising ever treated, as there is no apparent motive for Hatch's action.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S POLICE COURT. CHARGES OF DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

TO-DAY'S POLICE COURT. CHARGES OF DRUNKENNESS. At .the Young I'oliuft Court to-day, b'efore Mr. A .ri. Wirkliam, J.l\, W. j)obert.*on (.Wj was chained with bur ipg: been round drunk in ..Main-street at J* o'clock on Saturday afternoon. The defendant. who had been pre viously coovicU'il on a similar charge, \yas fined 10. . or 21 hours in lockup. 'Francis IMiry Johnson, .whom the, police described as an old offender, pleaded guilty to having beon drunk jp Main*trer_'i at r>.4f, p.m. on Satur day. Ht» was lined £1, in default seven day.V hard labor. ,'K. 'UaiKins tX',), unknown to the local police, was charged with having boen found drunk In Jvovell-streot on the same day. At the time of bis arrest h»- had in his possession, among other things, a quart bottle of wine. Pined 5/- with usual alternative.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THINGS IN GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

THINGS IN GENERAL (By An Occasional Rambler). i The recommendation of Dr. Khvmxt Mead tlmt special areas should h . si t silKirt In the district west of (Iritlith for tin- growing of lucerne, and ihat. if possible, a lucerne pool should lie created for the selling. iturrli tion. Ik? suggests thai if pn>Ml»!« contracts should he entered Into w;:h ] pastoralists to buy yearly, on a basis Of 1U/10/. a toil. Tills' WOUllI lili.i an- I lucerne growers. and at the s;fme f time practically solvo, to a laruc t-x- « tent. Hit; conservation of fodder ipu-s- ! tion. If ii could be brought at*:»ut j no doubt it would ho a great sch»-me. ! (Jrazier* in Voting and adjoining ' districts an? InteresttMl In this. l.u* ! cerne growing Is golnjr to hutmi on ! laud suitable under natural <-ihhII - lions. It Is easy to predict that j within the no.tt few years every acre ' specially adapted, will be utilised; ! The great advantago <»f lue«iin> is I that if at once baled it ca...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923

."jVSTDMBV 'PRODUCE MARKETS. v. chaff. whcaten 5/!i to 7s; oaten - 7£to 8/6: lucerne 7.s to 8/0. Hay Jucerne .small bales Xs to Us; lavpe. p/0'to 7s; oaten 8/(> to !'/.

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