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SPORTING. THE TURF. CANTERBURY PARK WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
SPORTING. ; : ' THE TURF. CANTERBURY PARIC. WINNERS Results of Saturtlay^a . racibK:~?r ! .Klyliii?: Jack "Marsh. 1',; Molllo'B. 2, 'Blaclcmau 3. Winucr; 12/1. ;' r . N'unery-F'rM dis'i*-^ -t &lt; roolUno v. : 1, RumiMiibriUico 2, 53ay Tiily; 3. ; .TWn%;. . ; in.*r i/1. . " - 'i? i. . .y-v.'&lt; - S'euohrt' (Uviniou: Carrali 1, Troth v; . 2, ritafnless Steel'3. WiiineiviO^.v^V « :' . Park Stakes: .Bob Gruritljr 1,« Dlg%» ' m"» Duy 2, SV.tt. 3. v Winuep 20/l. v- :1 . v Throe Year Old-First division: ?IV' ; / .; ! Imuagnc 1." Joan Claro 2» Lady Gad% . about 3. /Winner, 8/1. Y : ' ' Sl'coiiiI division: Tinglo i, Bombv; . stick 2, Palm .Beaeli 3. :Whiiior,5/4,on.^; v . | Canterbury Handicap:: Dora, ;G1en ;. ' , 11, Klkumon. 2, ,12llcin 3. Winner-8/1., | J Welter Uandlcap: !Buokhi;-lt'Boost** ' V1 (or 2),Choerful II. : Winner 20/1.:* - »
Australia's Staple Industries. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
Australia's Staple Industries. Pictures/; Hotels and Horse Racing. Intho'iidurso or some remarks bcur Iiir uptfir-jl Jtc0nsIi)S-C!i90- IU tho Dia tvlfct . Cftrtrt on v T|iUrsiliiy, . JmlRO Scholcs snld that It iuiiicarciJ ?ta 'lilm that noivonlj in- $y&lt;lnoy,-but In . thu whole oHuVustrnll*, tho staple tmlus 4rM wo'rp jpluture shows, hotels unci .horW i'lidlnfcf." '. In!fii(it, t't)i6y: hurt'put Auslriliirifli'tliamap, .» -?
A NEW RECIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
A NEW RECIPE. A lady correspondent sends thri. following,, which she assures is per Cecily delicious when made. Hero it; Take a pair &lt;if, .sparkling e,yesr simmer over; a: smouldering'fire, for any, two-months.:,then;place on tho* vaclc i.of ^uncertainty- and* leavo to: cool;''.1 Wijen- c'old^ . garnish with, lnds-loye", . forget-me-not, Ro'somary, iiind 'T.hymo (a loni* Thyme)' nnd put on shelfmitil-ronuired . . :
BOXING. SATURDAY NIGHT'S BOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
BOXING. , P: SATURDAY NIGHT'S BOUTS. v *:M At Hie .Sydney Stadium.; Tomnt^l; tlroii was awarded tlio decision ovotv. Arciiio Bradley at tho end :ot' twenty*; rounds.;, V, . .. - ?. At -Melbourne' simrgo Cli.2)' knock-: ml rtut Villon (9.2) In the lltlt roimd. Hilly Yutos (Newcastle).??? knocked out Renny Hill (IlrlBbano) at Brla&lt; ' Imuo in two roiimlx.
THE LAST WORD. Counsel Haggle in Divorce Case WILD RUSH FOR SEATS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
THE LAST WORD. Counsel Haggle in Divorce Case WILD RUSH FOR SEATS. A wild rush for seats was seen when the divorce court opened to day when the Lubrano case was continued. The jury fees were raised U> IM/ a head per day. A lonir argument ensued as to the order wherein counsel should ad dress the jury. Mr. Curtis, who appeared for petitioner objected to Mr. Boyce, who appeared for co respondent. having the last word, be. cause he did not call evidence. 'Fin I ally, Mr. Justice Owen ordered the | addresses of council to be made as I follows:-For the respondent, then | the petitioner, and then the co-res pondent. Mr. Ilolman accordingly began his address to the jury.
SHOOTING SENSATION POLICEMEN SHOT BY EXPOLICEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
SHOOTING SENSATION POLICEMEN SHOT BY EX-: POLICEMAN. A Melbourne telegram to-day states that when about to be lodged>in tho. Frunkstcm lookup yesterday morning, .it prisoner drew a revolver and shot Senior-Constable.. QiUhane and iCoii' stable Graham, who'liad arrested him. Subsequently, after a widespread search for the fugitive, 'Peter Hannah, who was a member ofr-tlie police force up to tho. time of the ."mutiny,0 was arrested. /IJoth ofllcers were shot in the shoulder. Cu.lhaue was admitted; to hospital. .. . : : ? Peter Haiumh, ex-policeman, ngeil appeared at the (City 'Court, Mel bourne, to day, and was remanded for a week 011 a charge of having afr tempted to murder Senior-Constable Culhaiie. Hannah has lieen flfteien years in the police force till, the re*'., cent strike. . Uulhaue is a married man with four children. He was too weak to appear, and Is in a criti cal condition. He had to be .moved from the police station to the liospltal.
A BOTTLE OF BEER. SHOOTING SENSATION IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
A BOTTLE OF BEER. SHOOTING SENSATION IN MELBOURNE. 'I A lulcgraDi frum Jlolbourno Mates thill Honvy Holly, Hgoll 28, or I' out« uruy. wiis utjiulttod 'to -hoBpltul ouny un Suitdny mornlue in n c-rltlcm cun illtloii with" liiiUct wouwla 111 tlio liouil mill slmulilur. It l«? Holly.tifiil u man iinmoil ? BpurKo'li&'J mi ultoreut ou ii|to on 6utiir«lay nlgUt ovcra buttle o£ beer. The utrupscr tirei tno;sl>ots, aud Jmb not yet jiueu urrcstcd.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
E. F. HEWETT & CO. Late chard Allen Ri SPECIAL CASH COUPON MONTH. 5/-' Worth of Goods Free 5/ OBTAINABLE ANY ONE DAY OF THIS MONTH. For every £2 (two pounds) spent by any Cash Purchaser at our Store on any day, this Offer holds good. COUTON. Available from November 8th to December 1st. .Vor every £2 (two pounds spent by any Cash Purchaser at Our Store on any one day rf / WORTH OF GOODS j-/ O/" FREE OF CHARGE *>/" 'Bring in this Coupon when Shopping, and take advantage of this genuine Fai'KHS Gl'PT OF1FJ3R. atliMRUiliiitfl: It is only available on the date mentioned. Don't hesitate. Bring it along with you. By Whom presented Signed by ..." For LF.Hewett & Co., YOONG NOTE.-Wis close between (i p.m. unci 7 p.m. for Tea -Hour, so as to enable us to have all assistants lie re to (jive you speedy servleus and attention. E. F HEWETT & Co. LA'TF Richard Allen l'XIONE 22. :: YOUNG Phone and Postal Orders receive our best and prompt attention. IBBBmBBB BBBII&...
UNIVERSITY EXTENSION [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Mv. Dooley's motion in. the Lcgisla tive Assembly recently, that the Esli mates under the heading of "Sydney University,, be held up, represented an attempt to induct' the Government to intimate to the Sydney University authorities thiit they must ' either adopt proposals made for University extension such as those' put forward by the University Extension League of Bathurst, or similar ones. Though that has failed, it is unlikely that the enthusiasts behind the scheme will let the project drop out of public at tention; and hope is ontertained.that the next University Senate election may result in the return of members. less adamant in their refusal to en tertain the league's/suggestions. The league has produced a booklet con-. tainta* .three plans,' the net :costs tof which: if. adopted ; would be £2570, £2015, and £770. respectively, .it is estimated. Plan No.l is that a Univer sity college should be established at Bathurst. having a relationship of the Sydne" ...
LOW SCORING. Windy Morning on the Range. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
LOW SCORING. Windy Morning on the Range. A competition at 700 yards took place on the Range yesterday morn ing, low scoring being general on account of high winds across tne i ranee. The results were: W. Pigrame . 23-142554 10 30 R. Blackett . 4J4B62.3B £ 38 S Keith . . 52335534 7 37 i J.' RintoUl . . 44334443 ,C 35 T. JlcKeigh . 32254345 6 34 1 Rim?esa 52535543 1 -33 1st sweep-R. Blackett, 34/6/30 1st: S. eith, 32/0/38, 2nd; J. Rin toul- 30/G/3G 3rd. . . 2nd' Sweep-T. McVeigh J1/GJ.37 1st: S. Keith 32/G/38. 2nd; J. Rin BurgesS, 31/3/34 3rd. ' A competition shoot at .300 yurds I'^nuo will' bo heldnext Sunday.
N.S.W. v QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
N.S.W. V QUEENSLAND. The N.S."VV. team to play Queens land at Brisbane on November 30 bas been Clio.'ien as follows:-C. G. Ma .oartnov (Gordon) capt., A. ^Iailey Vl.almaln;. H. K. Hendry (IRimdwick) W. A Old'ielil itilobe), J. "D- Scott (Marrlckville), A. Cray (Glebe), \V G. *\ Brown (North Sydney). It. 'Bunlsley (Western Suburbs), H. Lran nev (Cumberland), A. P. Wells (iPad diUBton), W. Xj. Berry (Petersham), A. Thatcher (iMarrickville)^
WOMBAT v CRITERIONS. [?]RITERIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
WOMBAT v CRITERIONS. I VWITBRIONS. J, Kyi"', b Molloy 1 K. Commlns. 1) Wngenbnli .... 18 li, C'astfgan, h Malloy 10 J. Kennedy, run out 1 h. Woodburn. b Wagenbali .... 60 A. -Metcalfe, h Mnlldy - IS J. Meechum, b Malloy 1 I!. Reynolds, e Wagenbah b Holt 56 11. I'unt. b Molloy 1 J. Unxler, rim out 1 V, Ilehirlch, not out 0 Sundries .. 7 Total 1GU WOMBAT. - Kelly, b fostlgan SS IIj. 'HoU, b Costlgan 6 i 13, \Vinbimk, b (Ryan 0 &lt;\V. Malloy, retired .. 46 iW. Wagenbali. retired 23 >&. Molloy, c Slyan b Kennedy .. 21 J. AVagenbali, absent 0 M. iHoli, c Metcalfe b Mescliam 2 W. Whybrow b Reynolds 17 A. Mailtei'fl, not out 2 !H. Old Held, not out 0 Sundries H Total J ...130
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
Buying and Selling on the Fundamental Prin ciple of Fair Dealing accounts for the Pro gress of £hellew Trompf & Co. SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE AT THE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS. At the Door of the Post Office. NOTE THESE VALUES: "PINWIRE," THE IDEAL WORK TROUSERS. These Trousers are built from an exceptionally durable muter* . III!; Dark Grey with stripes, good summer weight, reinforc ed nt points of strain, taped seams, strong pockets. Try u. pair. The prico Is 12/11. "TRIUMPH" WORK SHIRTS. Each One Guaranteed. Men like thein lor tholr com fort and sterling worth, und the woman of the home for thu sorvice tliej- /jive. AVe stand behind every Shirt sold. Navy Brill, Harvards, (Black and Grey Twill. Prices: o/ll, 7/11, S/ll nnd 9/0. Golf Shirts, with or without Collars to match, S/G, 9/(1, 10/0. Also excellent supplies of Soft Collars In White nnd Striped at 1/- and 1/G. SUITS YOU'D SWEAR WERE TAILORED TO MEASURE, 72/6 One line, in particular-a Qua lity Grey Tweed. In a Sac Suit cut is...
EIGHT HOURS ART UNION. LUCKY WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
EIGHT HOURS ART UNION. LUCKY WINNERS.. The Eight-Hour Art Union was drawn on Saturday night. Results 1st (diamond tiara valued at ] £1000) 138,308. 2nd (diamond nccklet and pendant, £300), 283,788 3rd (diamond necklet, £200), 121, 505. *ith (Beale walnut piano, y] 70), 271,927. Cth (drawing and dining, room suites. £75), 9-|i337. 0th (bedroom .suiti\ Ua), lp'*,7;17. 7th (sideboard, £32 10/3, 100,7J2. 8th (gold watch and chain, I^B), 102.321. 9th (pearl set watch, bruccletj £25), 213,307. 10th. (Sin uer sewiriir machine. £21), 155,582. 11th (Singer machine, £2-1), 82,882. 12th (sold watch nnd albert; £21). 5 7,997. 13th (wardrobe, £20;, 218,72'!. 14th (tabic ccntre, £20;, 249,e27. 10th (ten and cofl'ce (el, £15 15/), 227,791. 17th (gold watch, £15 15/). 199,894. 18th (tea nnd coffee service, £15 15/), 15,127. 19th (tea and coffee ser vice. £15), 140,081. 20th, (Iady'«, j wriwict watch, £12 12s), 40,528. j 21st, 77821: 22nd. 100,485. 23rd | 209,017: 21th 10,487. 25th, 70,-; 180. 2&...
HENRY FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
HENRY FORD. The already ruinous autobiography | "Jly Lire and AVurk," by Henry .Ford, [ the manufacturer or the Ford cur, in I available In u cheap edition. The merits of the book cannot be readily estimated. .'/Dealing with his own life niul, the.work; which lias secured for him u reputation that is world wide .Mr. l''ord luia- told tho utory in such a brojui way tliat almost. every phape : of modern industrial activity lias buen trenehed upon. One 01 Mnglatid's greatest socialists bus been con verted trorij his extremism by tiie forceful teaching. of .Mr. Ford's book. Tlii'i'e |s it .searching, eummjiit on the, iiou/iiffliwtrlai iittit'iiilo'jHV j'ai'mcra, anti; ? iho groat ttiiHteio/^tinjO 'Uiid oneriy' on farms." Tlion tbd ?srent nfory'-'ot tin? iIho and development of tlio motor 'wr industry Ib told. Particularly it relates. to tli(i J''ord motor car. '. No one should ovoj'ipoit . this .book; it Is ?only 61 ilie n)bBt. IntefCHtlnB iuulen trancing botsks o(. tUe your. Ouy copy ?...
CRICKET. BULLA CREEK 2nd v TIPPERARY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 November 1923
CRICKET. .BULLA CREEK 2nd v ,TIPf?ERAnV. ltulla Creek 2rids rteteuted TlninT nry 2nds tit. Tlpiicrary yesterday. by 70 runs'. Scores: LJU1AA ORiDBK 2nd. J. Powderley. 1) C. Henry 1 jr. Wobb, not out .... *. »« C.'WVbb. li "W. Newcombo .... 18 CrolBhton, &lt;: Joiicb b Caldwell 4 J. Joyce, u Junes b Caldw«ll .. 12 .A. I'owdorloy, b Jonus b -Now combu .. . ® M. Towny, b ..Vewcombo 0 K. Kiiirl. c Jones b Newcombo 3 T. Smyth, b Caldwell .. 0 11. Kclabcr, b Calilwell ® C. II a il I on. c Newcombo b iBrown S Sundries ® Total 12® Uowllng: M. 'Brown 1/10; C. Henry 1/11; W. Newcombo snr. 4/5G; Jt. Jones 0/15: Ted Caldwell 4/20. TUU'.lOItA'IEY 2nrtH. IC. Henry, c mid li J. Joyce .... 6 W. Xowcnmbo snr. c C. Webb 1> J. Joyt'6 6 'It. Jones, b M. Webb 1 L. .Unnjon, b J. Juyc3 0 .M. :lirown, run out ?. .. 0 ft. Woodbrldfie,' c J. Powderloy b J. Joyce i IS T. v'iildwell, v C. Webb b Joyce 1 lll.ickwood, « C. 'Web b I.M. Webb 2 W. Newcombe Jnr., pol out 1 J. Hopwood, b Joyce 1 G. I'aters...