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LABOR'S LEGACY. CITY COUNCIL SICK PAY £1000 A WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

LABORS-LEGACY., CITY COUNCIL SICK PAY £1000 A WdfcK. 'Surprise was expressed by the City [Council /fmuice'Committee yesterday' :it the cost of sick pay and holidays I in the C ouncil's lighting depot," which amounts to over £1000 a week. This it is stated, is a legacy from the flays when Labor controlled the council.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. YOUNG TEMPERATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

THE WEATHER. ! VOUNG TEMPERATURES. Maximum lit); Minimum '11.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUBBUL. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

TUBBUL. (From our Corrospomlpiit). After a fow days of good harvest Ing weather, a change oi-rum-fl on &«tur<!av last being very dark awl threatening the whole (lav, ami rain commenced to fall nliont A p.m. and continued in spasmodic shower.*. on Sundnv it was still very »loiid.v hut towards the afternoon, I he weal hoi* cleared up and turned out in he an other complete change. There was not suliicient rain to materially ef fect harvesting operations-in Mime ! instances fanners hrive finished hay i cutting and are now very anxic.o j for their crops to "fill no" and rip- I en .so that they can get tn\v,,rk with j the he.".der. I QUEEN COMPETITION. j On Friday lafct, a social was heid i in the local hall to support the can- ! didatnre of Miss Kathleen (Yoke, ; in the Queen Competition. th<* pro ceeds of which are in aid nf j Sacred Heart Hospital and the Old People's Home. It wa> n hei:tl-| ful night and thus did not prevent | n good crowd attending. a...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNG'S CARNIVAL WEEK. A RECORD PATRIOTIC EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

YOUNG'S CARNIVAL WEEK. A RECORD PATRIOTIC EFFORT. (By An Occasional Contributor). It was suggested a couple of months ago in these columns by a district correspondent that a "Back to Young" Week should be organ ised early in the new year for the purpose of raising funds to clear oft the balance outstanding in eonnee*, tion with the building of the Mem orial Tower. The idea, it was . pointed out, had boon put into op- . oration during the past two or three years in various, parts of this StaN and Victoria, and in every instance without exception the week's cele brations proved an unqualified suc cess . i As already stated, the local Mem orial Committee lust week unani mously adopted the suggestion by | arranging to hold a week's carnival j early in March. The "Hack to Young" portion of the suggestion,: I notice, was cut out, but that is j immaterial, and the decision of the I Committee to draw up and carry out a comprehensive programme during the selected period, should commend itsel...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

Notification to the General Public from The undersigned Would hereby notify that the Men's and Boy*' Outfitting Establishment welMmown . THF, HUSTLERS', of Burrowa Street, Younq, has been purchased by Mr. Herbert Mayne, formerly of Brisbane* Mr. Mayne who until his coming to this Town held a controlling in*' terest i nthe widely known firm *of Duncalfe and Coy. of Brisbane, comes with the highest possible com* ' mentations. He is of a pleasing personality and would welcome the opportunity of meeting all former clients and future ones. It will Ix: his earnest desire to give the ut most satisfaction to' all-and given the opportunity he will be unsparing in his effort in such direction. Having a sound commercial train ing and a thorough all-round know ledge of Mens and Boys Wear, com* Lined with good financial resources he conies fully equipped with alt the' "essential*" necessary for the satis factory conduction of such a class cf Business. We would most earn estly request you not to ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE GOVERNOR. A PUBLIC MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

LATE GOVERNOR. A. PUBLIC MEMORIAL. A meeting or riii/.»ns. unm-n.'.! by the I-01'i: .Mayor, <1. .-i.n-rl to nrwt n monitmcnt sit Sonil: li,.;u| pvuiptwi to the lute 'Sir Waller Davlilsmi's memory. An Inflmniliil finii in it (<>tr was formed to carry ..in I ho inojccl. with .Mr. T. 'H. .Wsliiti. tmvn clerk, anil Sir. T. IM. Sli;ik<'sp«>!irr>, M.'l,.(.\ Joint lion. HecretnWi's.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREAD ACT. UNION VIOLATES UNION PRINCIPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

BREAD ACT. UNION VIOLATES'UNION PRINCIPLE. Mr. Garden stated this morniug that- the .Bread Carters' 'Union had violated a trade union principle' in having joined with the'Master Bakers to secure the repeal of the "Bread Act.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SERIAL STORY. THE SEEKER. CHAPTER XXV. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

NEW SERIAL STORY. THE SEEKER, By OLIVER WADSLEY. Author or "The! i'lamo," "Reality" otc. CHAPTER XXV. "No news'.'" It was Richard's first ftuestion (in the telephone to Sir. Rupert in the morning, his last at night. There "was never any news; not even a 'Vine." "I wired l<> her people at Inst: felt r outfit to." Sir . Kupert said wearily. Richard drove out from Cairo one evening. He had been dining with friends, and it struck twelve as he started his car. The moon light reminded liim of that other night, when Muriel had been lost. Even he had grown a little hope less. The i"iiice had done every thing, nnd the result of all intiuiries and search had heen exactly noth ing. < His hoti.-e came in sight. He ran the car up to the doorway anil left it standin" there. He stopped for a while in the dining-room, then switched off the litfit and went to his room. A still wind blew in deliciously, and the room was flooded with soft moonlight. Asleep mi his bed lay Murie...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE REV. S. A. T. CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

LATE REV. S. A. T. CHAMPION. The fund launched by the church council of St. John's as a. memorial, all. of which will be civen to the widow and family of the late rector, J)aa now reached £750. As this gmount is still £250 below the ob jective-£1000-the members of the Church Council earnestly trust that those pcuple who intend to contribute to the fund will do so as soon as possible. A pleasing fea ture of the fund is that it has been contributed to by people of all de- j nominations, and in small and large ] amounts. Contributions may bo sent to Dr. Dowlintr (hon. treas urer), Mr. A. V. Gaston (hi ' secretary), any member of the j Church Council, or to this office. i

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FAMILY DOCTOR. APOPLEXY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

THE FAMILY DOCTOR, J < APOI'l.RXY The popular term for apoplexy is A "stroke,'' ami it only occurs in those of middle aire or over it. What actually happens in a "stroke" is ihnt a blood vessel Rives way in the t rain and haemorrhage follows; this nnlers the subject unconscious for period corresponding to the extmi of the haemorrhage, and when con sciousness . returns, as it does in eases that are not fatal, one side of flic body is found to be paralysed. This paralysis mav partially or com pletely disappear in time, though it r.uist ho admitted that t.he fingers are never quite .-the same again foi . cry. delicate movements. Apoplexy is naturally no matter for the un skilled. The only remark to be en forced in regard to it is the vital im portance of not attempting to do anything except unloosen the clothes Injudicious movement;;, and still more a dose of brandy. may just kill the patient in a case where recovery is touch and go. Is there any wa" in which a man may fores...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KENNEDY ENTERTAINERS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

TiHE KENNEDY ENTERTAINERS After an absence of some years the .well-ksewn Kennedy entertain ers will visit Young to-morrow night 'at,the Strand Theatre. These cle rar entertainers are favorites in whatever part of the world they ap pear, from, J.ondon, on one side of the avorld,. to New Zealand on the other. In London and the provin ces ?: they have appeared in all the leadihg halls and theatres, and prp veda (Treat success. During the Imlitiri tour- they wore so successful that they extended their bookings, is far as Quetta. near the Afghan bqrdbr. - In Africa they iSayed , eyer.v toivn from Capetown to the Zfijnbcsi river and are great favor ites there. The company's person nel'includes:-Keith Kennedy, the ^ell-knuwn Australian violinist, who studied with Sevcik (Kubelik's tea cher) and has since toured all parts of: the world as solo .artist; Lance Kennedy, the celebrated flautist, who has played solos and obligatos \yith all the leading singers, includ ing Jlelba and Tetrazzini. ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notes from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

5i!otes from Various Sources. Women arc better medical students tlii'in mult, bill lli(;y are not ko likely to develop Into famous doctors or surgelm:1., says Sir. I Lulu|ilii'y 'Holies ion, president ol' Ho; dtoyal College ,)i: I'liyslcians, "Tho average woman studcni," lit! declares, "is better Llian tho average innn student, but tho best mall students are better tlian the | best. woman. Woman students are I less original tlian the mini, anil less > likely to break into new lines." Sir j 'Kunil.liry itollesion'advises the fnrlsj that their greatest opportunity as woman doctors would- lie in practice and not in I lie research laboratory.! "The supply of doctors at present lias J more than overtaken the demand, but j the overerowdimrof the profession is only temporary. The peak ol entries into the medical school lias been readied.'' 'VotniL; 'Briefless had finished the defence of his frst case, a mighty hopeless one. His client liml stolon the hams and they ha-.l iomid ihem in ? ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WORD IN SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

I A WORD IN SEASON. The Archbishon of Melbourne told a stood story the other night just be i'o're a collection was taken up. "Qnce," he said "1 knew, a very mean farmer who made up his mind tv turn over a new leaf. A poor old man called 011 him with a touch i'lR story of a sick wife and star v'nff eliiidren, so the "farmer at onoe said: "I will ffivc you a ham. I will R-ive you the biEK'est ham I ve cot.' 'Give liitn the smallest, said the devil. T.o awav,' said the far mer, 'you had me before, I 11 Rive him tlie bitrRcst.' 'Don't be a fool, said tiled evil. 'If you don't ko away, .;>id the fanner, 'I'll Rive him the whole darn lot.' Now," concluded the Archbishop, "the/ collection will bo taken.1' ' ?

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

HENRY FORD ON BUSINESS. "iir you buy what people need, and .sell it at a price that makes possession a help, and not a hard ship, then you will do business as lony as business Is to be done. People buy What helps them just as naturally as they drink water/' CHELLEW, TKOMPF & OO.'S MEN'S SHOP OFFERS VALUES THAT ARE A DEFINITE HELP TO BUYERS. STRONG WORK SHIRTS, 5/11. Quality Harvards that stand uli to hard wear-nil sizes at B/ll. Navy Drill arid Harvards at 7/11 ' S/ll and 0/0. Heavy Blaek Drill Shirts, tough, strong-9/G. MEN'S FLANNEL- UNDER SHIRTS, 8/6. Natural Flannel, In u sound qua lity-S/6'. ? Bark Ureys In lilg sizes-S/ll 0/0 WHITE LAWN H'KERCHIEFS 7Jd. Sound quullty In tho regular size-71(1. Unvu Hemmed 'Handkerchiefs lOJd., 1/- and 1/3.. 'Hemstitched ilundkerdilufB at 1/-, 1/3 and 1/fi. SUITS READY TO WEAR FROM 59/6. 'Whore something lower tlian a Tailored Suit is needed, see Clicl lew Trompf and Co.s Keady-to Weavs. Thoy are lier-e In Grcvs, ilrowiifc and Xavys, in ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAVING A LIGHTED FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

' ^ LEAVING A LIGHTED FIRE. ' A.charcf of a somewhat unusual nature was heard before Mr. Mc DouKtill, P.M. in the Tcmoru Police Court on Tuesday mornine. when an elderly man named Kichard Woods, for whom Mr. P. K. Menr cher appeared, was proceeded ajrainst for having left a lighted fire before the latter wis extinguished. The evidence showed that Woods Mras eamped with 37 horses on a wad some miles from Temora, and that he had cone away from the lire at his camp for about a quarter of . nn hour while he drove m> some of the horses. Mr. Mcaisher said j that his client would plead guilty J only because the Act made it an of- . fence for a Iiehtod tire to be loft for anv time at all. W oods was fined 10/ with the alternative of three days' iniwisonment.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

Stewart's ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE pEces sgy:ivE%,A^rSKcjs»r TE M0NCH1Al' A POWERFUL* IiU.N'Ci TONIC. 'Mctaf'l>e found most PRICE 2/6 PER BOTTLE. OBTAINABLE ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA ST. YOUNG. 'PHONE 158. onntry Orders packed Fit EE and stmt the Bam* D«T. Everthing in Footwear AT "THE MODERN SHOE STORE." A SPLENDID ALL-ROUND STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM. -'IitNity all tho city nliotltly uuL of flight-and we are right Urn; <m this nmnistss in rim Wo jinoil anything thut should not ! prove all wis claim lor il, viz., Till* TOl» VAiLUIS We offer you goods that will bring you back again-with all your friends-for more! (Jonio iu if you don't aiw In our windows just what you re quire. ' v A. E. SUTTON FORMERLY ROY W. BURROWS Quality Footwear Burrowa-st., Young. Shop at Quay's and economize . GEORGE PAY MAIN STREET iHBBBnPHunnunnnnunnnnnnnDSnnc YOUNG. /,!' I < & GIN London's Highest Quality! RUM (BASKET) ./ Unrivalled Quality t Pure Prepared Paint l&...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

. -SALE NOTICE. _ " The datfe of Mr. -J. F. Dwyer s clearing sale at "Karabah.' CoWra riaa, was yesterday wrongly adver ted for the IBth December where at! the proper date is Wednesday, 6th Deeember, ten days earlier. The public are asked to make a note of {he oth as the date of the sale.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

RETURN THANKS. TIIIU. & MRS'. P. O'CONIXOIt, (H Mai. ' vera, .Iiurrowu, desire in ImhIlt tiloir hnu'tfelti thanks to their mauy j hind friends anil relatives I'.ir cotnlo-1 Ioiil'o cards, lettors and telegrams of sympathy unil floraltributes in Hi, !r I ocent sad boreavemcnt. Also to ot ter lliolr apodal tilLlIIks to Rev. Sheehan, Very Huv. Dean Henuussy, <:f Voting, the SIstors of Slerey, UJur ruwa, Slaters of Mercy, iMarenijo. Cov vent School Children, .Marengo, anil the members of tlio Uurrowa A.ll.c, Guild, the Marengo Hibernian Sud uty, anil especially Bro. Jas. Iloyd. RETURN THANKS. rnilH Kamiiy ol the Inn- .Mus. A. IJOuJO desire to return tlioir sin cere thanks to Mrs. Kelhiher, '.Mis. II. Kcogli, Mrs. III. 'Duilil anil Mrs. .Forbes; to the Very "Rev. Dean Hun liess.v anil Dr. ICook, ami also to all kind friciitlM for tlieJr syinpatli)-, mes sages or condolence, and iloral tri butes on the occasion of I liuir late sail bcreavomont.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

PRcSBYTERIAN CHURCH. 'The liililu 'Uev. John Maihew, M.A., IB.D;, of llelbciurne. Mnili-nuor-Geu eral o; ih>- FrobyU'Han Churcli or Austral;;. will M the preacher at St. ifiauTs Presbyterian f.'.htiivli mornlnw ami evening on Sunday next.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

laBsaasEsaEHHBn'aBaSnanHEEaaaBBBHHHaHMSjoS i SPECIAL Crockery Reductions. BUY YOUR XMAS CKOCKERY NOW-DON'T WAIT TILL THE LAST WEEK. Winnie & COLD CUPS & SAtfChltS-per, dozen S/G WII1TK .t HOLD ODD cut's -Dor dozen G/G itl.ST J5.\G"UWIt DINiVBH PL ATMS'-per dozen 13/ J1KST H.\GU.S'H DESSERT I'LAT!£S--;er do:en U/G ..SL'HT K'.'iJ.-'.SlI IS :.ntl U FL i'fr.t.-l cr (lozon 1/ Special Line of Tumblers-per dozen .... .. 6/G BUY HERE A'i J SAVE MONEY J. W. T. CHANT & Co. HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. VHONI3 25. YODNO. B Public Notice HESSilS B\ & D. NORMOYIVH da sire to notify tiia ptfbUc tHat tt»y bars Jut Installed an up-to-dot# fv Rubber Tyring Machine and are now In a position to at Tyret YflfflUB YOV WAIT. Inquire tor our prlctto before placing an order elaewbero. - < < AJAi CLASSES OF VEHICLES SIADB TO ORIDBR. RUBBER TTiRtJD SULKIES A SPECIALTY. F. AND D. NORMOYLE FHOVE 2M MJVEJLL -STREET TOUNO. The engineers who designed the Gray ...

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