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EX-CROWN PRINCE. MORE TROUBLE AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

EX-CROWN PRINCE. MORE TROUBLE AHEAD. LONDON*. Nov. 111.-'J'he "Daily Chronicle's" '\WrUu correspondent states that Herr Strosseniann, on Sun day evening* mude an important speech *to members of the I copies Party, in which h«* *ald that J-rancu was threatening new sanctions pn ac count o£ the return of the ex*i rown Prince. .He added that the German Government will reject, any demand for his extradition. The Cabinet has decidcd to expose 'ho country to fresii brutalities rather than lay 0(ff<5n to the reproach of compelling this German subject to remain ju a foreign country away from his family.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRINCE GEORGE. WORLD TOUR WITH BRITISH FLEET. (Australian Press Association Cable) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

PRINCE GEORGE. WORLD TOUR WITH BRITISH 1 FLEET. (Australian Press .Association Cable) ILON-UON. -Nov. 10.-It Is runiorou that Prince Goorge will accompany the wnrohip Jlmirt on the world l°»r or the British fleet, and will thoie tore uc visiting Australia next your.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING. SIKI AND CARPENTIER DISQUALIFIED. (Australian Press Association Cable) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

BOXING. SIK1 AND CARPENTIER DIS QUALIFIED. (Australian I'ress Association Cable) PAJMS, Nov. IS.-'A congress ot the 1 International Doxing Union, at which .IJelgium, Holland, France, Italy, the United hiatus, and Switzerland were represented, discussed the failure ol Carpentier and Siki to meet in a re turn match, and decided to deprive iS'iki of the titles won by him in de routing Carpentier; also that Carpen tier Blia-1 be ineligible for champion shlp hoi-ors. Tho list of world's championships agreed upon showed that all, except the middleweight, which is Htill open, are held by Ame ricana.' It was decided, in order to enuble boxers to avoid' damage to their hands, that the weight of glovos be fixed at live ounces for ail con teals up to and including lightweights aud above that category six ounces.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SONOMA IN A GALE. OUTSIDE SYDNEY HEAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

i; SONOMA IN A Gi\LE. OUTSIDE SYDNEY HEAPS.' The American mail Hteanior Son oma was ciiucht in n tt'n'ifii; near Sydney heads last niKht. ,Ui< voi^ul shipped^ two . bur teas,whuli did extenmvo dumafru "b0?T.- ' "I; Thuniton; the second; wueless opor ittor was seriously .injured.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LUBRANO DIVORCE CASE. MR. HOLMAN CONCLUDES ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 November 1923

XUBRANO DIVORCE CASE. MR.' HOLMAN CONCLUDES ; "ADDRESS., In the'Sydney Divorce Court_ to day Mr; 'Hfilman, K.C.« .co^luclcd his address on behalf, of the respon dent in tlie'Lubrano case.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

ia,aEaaHasEsaaaHaBHafian«lESEasEaas«BaaaBa6, f SPECIAL ] Crockery Redactions. ? BUY YOUR XMAS CROCKERY NOW-DON'T WAIT a TILL THE LAST WEEK. S tVinnE & GOLD CUPS & SA UOfcTIS-per dozen 8/0 E WHITE & (iULiD ODD CUX'S -per dozen G/G S JS1.ST EXOLISH DINNER 1»L ATOS^-per dozen 13/ ? I3KST K.VCUSM DESSERT PL.\TES--?«r do :cn ti/G I -JEST EM:..!SH B i.nd B PL ii.Tr>.-l-er dozen 7/ B Special Line of Tumblers-per dozen 6/6 S BUY HERE A'JJ SAVE MONEY [ J. W. T. CHANT & Co. ! HOUSE FURNISH il\IG SPECIALISTS. , I PHONE 25. YOUNG. Public Notice HESSII3 P. & D. NOKMOTIiH do aire to notify th« public that disy liar# jnat installed an np-to-det# Rubber Tyring Machine end are now In a pogltlon to fit Tyros .WHUJH YOU 'WfAIT. Inquire for our priccto before placing an order olBsrwhero. MJL CLASSES OF VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER. RUBBER TYHS2D SULKIES A SPECIALTY. P. AND D. NORMOYLE PHOX1C 3S4 LOVELL -STRBETP TOUNO. EASY HONOUR />jt IS iiioathj. Powccrs aokc ba...

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 — 21 November 1923

NEW SERIAL STORY. THE SEEKER, rBy OLIVER WADSLEY. Author of "Tho 'Finnic." "Reality" His brain was on five. What was going to happen? 'What would ! Evie do now?* At least. Tie would make her irivc him an interview. With a sudden stall of impotent rage he remembered his application to his solicitors. if by any chance they had already written to Kvie? But he had expressly .said that they had to. send a clerk out to confer with him before taking any steps. Why on earth didn't Kvie evine out before? What was this farce of sisters. and why this assumed name? I lis face burned when the' reason came to him why Evie had needed to adopt another name. Were the sin* of years and year* ago. never to be forgiven and blot ted out? Surely he had paid his debt now to the utmost farthing: He beenme conscious *that Sir Ru pert was talking to him again, buvv he only caught the eml'of the sen tence. "Want to hear (fetalis myself." "Details?" Richard repeated va guely. "Of Muriel's capture/' Sir Ku pert...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. COUNTRY WEEK MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

CRICKET. i COUNTRY. WEEK MATCHES. The Country cricket week match* es were continued on Sydney Crick ct ground to-day in dull in showery weather. To-day's; matches were Northern versus.Western and North ern Rivers versus Southern. Scores: SOOTHERfl^lsfc innings! < iSimpsoiVc Apps, b Cavanagh .. .o . Sieler, 81 Achurch .. .. .. .. ? OSw cuUuuic .. air Total for U wickets T!ie following players -Iuivq . been selected for .Bulla Creek's ilrst clov?; en to play against Burrangong, at Young,cricket jgrouml, on Sunday: A. McKiilop, iH. (Bryant, ;N., to., W., and ll£. "Povyderley, J., CV1. and J\. Joyce, J. JMaroney, J. Deasey. Bulla; Creek second eleven, to play Greene tliorpe, at'Greenethorpe, ou Sunday?-. .W. and C. Webb, D. .Sells, ID. and G. (McCal't'ery, D. Keliaher, T. Smith, J. Sloanc, J-. A. Garry, A. (Powdorley, V. JCeal.;C. -Creighton. . ? CUuuhi AcluivcU, of -Young and-Into of Sydney . club, kand IN.'SvYV. .repre sentative, captained the .Southern Districts in U\t* co...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASCOT PONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

ASCOT PONIES. 11.1 'HANDICAP, 1 furs.-'First divi slon: Duke Morgan, 9.0, 1;'-Valorn, 7.0, 2; Coldstream, 8.4, 3. Winner .I to 1 against. ..>....' Second Division: lUatlilln, 7.8,: 1; . Bonzanetlc, 7.0, ;2; Hiss Alecouuor, 7.7, 3. Winner, 6/4. Tiiiril Division: Miss I.Mainlol, 7.7, ? 1; Nurso Clmdo, 7«7,- 2; ILady's Day, . 7.7, a. ? Winner 7/1. . NOVICE IUD01'.-Hhrtif division:!: Naughty Mavis 1; iUidy's Wisli 2; Sale Day a. Winner 20/1.. ? Second Division: "i'oiyhia, 7.7. 1:' 'liuckellto, 7.7, 2;. 'Bustlou, 7.|7,. 3. .Winner 20/1. MLYItfa MA.VIJICAl':-Vlrnt divi sion: liiriRlitacro, S.2, 1; Morgylo, 7.11 2;* Waminnu, J-.'J, 3., Winner 7/2. " Second Division:' Possum, 7.7, 1; Hoilyhi'iry, 7.S, 2; Waudoeu, 7.11; 2. Winner, 4/1. Third Division: flAirty lSroiislim,,7.7, 1; iliiwden !Lass, 7.7, z\ J^aiiy Jiilvirn. 7.7, 3.: Winner U/4. It'onrtli 'Division: l'ainis iDaiico. 1: Kandahar 2; Deoveii 3. Winner 0/-.. 11.2 iiIAXl>r,CAP, .0 rurs.:-flfirBL di vision: Sundao.l; (Vnlwyimo 2; ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STEAMER HELD UP. DISPUTE ABOUT OVERTIME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

STEAMER HELD UP. DISPUTE ABOUT OVERTIME. Owing to ii (llMputc In regurd to <jvorttmo, tlie crew, loft-tho Adelaide Hts;ims!iip Coy'a steamer Ccdujia ul Tcnvusville.- , ' Tim- «;inie lino'* steamer, Ciiirtiiiwe uuij Herbert, lire held uft lu sympathy.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NATIONAL INSURANCE. SCHEME TO EMBRACE 1,600,000 WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

NATIONAL INSURANCE. SCHEME TO EMBRACE 1,600,000 WORKERS. Thu Nail.niiil Insurance Uo.va! Com* mission, which was appointed by Ilia Federal CDv^ruiueiit. bogan ILh (lullb-* omtioiiH in Sydimy yestonlay. TIio. clialruiau .stated Uie Ilnal scheme will embrace l.MU.UOO workers.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AUSTRALIA. MUST BE SUNK AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

THE AUSTRALIA. MUST BE SUNK AT SEA. The Federal Government states that owing to the terms of the Wash inctnn Treaty, the battleship Austra liaWill have to be sunk at sea. The. vessel could not be used as part of the Coif's Harbor breakwater.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INCOME TAX. NORTH COAST REFUSAL TO PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

INCOME TAX. NORTH COAST REFUSAL TO PAY. Some; or Hie North Coast residents* declare tln-y will not luiy incomo tax, l)»Mit)g their refusal on tho "Public . ,* Works Committee's rejection oC thoij* :. crosK-counuy railway proposal.' - . ? j--->

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINERS DISPUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

MINERS DISPUTES. Work was resumed yesterday av two of the Northern Collieries, viz.. Wallarah and New I.ambton, where H stoppage occurred on Monday, but another mines Burwood, was again thrown idle over the non-payment ot water money.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW STATES MOVEMENT. PLEA FOR DECENTRALISATION [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

NEW STATES MOVEMENT. PLEA . FOR DECENTRALISATION 'Mr. E. S. Cnrr; ex CVI. !P. for Muc; quarie, is perhaps tho first Labor ad vocate to boldly .support the -New .States movement. 'In a statement on the* subject he say.s:-"The sooner that our bloated metropolis recog nises the claims of the distant coun try people for self government, the better it will be for all of us, as the more effective closer management of the public estate of New South Wales will not only lead to internal develop ment, but incidentally will stimulate and justify an even greater Sydney. The fact that nearly half our popu lation is in .'Sydney and suburbs makes the manipulation of the party machines comparatively easy, and per sonal interests supply .the incentive to manipulation. Tho north, south and west of this State have grown i« population and wealth in spite of the vampire expansion of the capital, and it is only now llint the collective in telligence and wealth of those parts have reached strength that pe...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURRANGONG DISTRICT HOSPITAL. COMMITTEE'S MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

BURRANGONG DISTRICT , HOSPITAL. COMMITTEE'S MONTHLY MEET ING. The monthly meeting of the Dis trict Hospital committee was held last iii<rht. There were present Messrs. F. H. Tout (president), T. F. Tresilian, A. J. Rabbets, C. M. Western, A. S.. . Wiekham, T. Wood, R. O. Breden, F. A. Seidell. Amongst the business transacted was the discussion of the matter ot affiliation with the Hospitals Assoc iation of N.S.W". Jt was resolved tc affiliate and Mr. Tout was ap pointed dl'lejrate to the annual con ference which begins to-morrow. FIREMEN'S ART UNION. In connection with the Fire Brig ades Carnival and Art Union it was resolved "that subject to this com mittee being permitted to stamp all butts sold by us and subject to shar ing'equally'in all books sold by the Firemen's Committee, ,we co-operate in the proposal." H0SP.ITAJ- SEWERAGE. In connection with the disjwsal of sewage, a letter was read from Montgomery Noilson, Edmunds ami Co. stating that they are presenting the pl...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£25,000 WRIT. Against State Treasurer. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

£25,000 WRIT: Against State Treasurer. A writ has lu-ea JhsuihI against Ihn State Treasurer, Sir 'Arthur (JocUs,. tor ri'3,UUU.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OVERSEA WHEAT POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

i OVERSEA WHEAT POSITION. l.indley Walker Co-op Wheat Company's special wheat report: Out* cable to-day rends: "Parcels December 40/. January -15/. Ad verse American exchange favors in creased business Argentine and Aus tralia but depresses America. ^ Ar gentine surplus estimated 22 million quarters, but holders everywhere unpressinjr. Buyers find offers not excessive." Since August last, the surplus from the cominir Argentine crop has been estimated at 22 mil lion quarters, but this is presum ably on the increase. What the harvest will return will not be known definitely until January.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. LOWER COOLEGONG CLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. I.PWEK COOLEGONG CMP. The wool market yesterday was firm trencrally, except at times for ftkirtirijrx which were in poor de mand. District sales: A lot, coii sistintr of !/ bales of super ewes and wethers from the dip marked I.M.Y over V over Oooletfonjc, was kuocked down to France at ttOld, after a hard tussle with Japan, En gland and Germany. Mr. Maroney's clip soiu as fol lows: Lower over IMY over 2 over Cooletfoiur, sup e and w, !' at M)3d; auji h 0 at 29:Jd; first e ant! w, 12 at 2Sd; first h. 10 at 2Siid; first e 22 at 25i'd; 7 ft 2 v, U at 22id: pes 45 at 25W1; pieces, 5 at 22id: b, i)tt at 2] J d; sup lb. "> at 27:Jd; first lb 1J& at 173d; lox 7 at H><1. Other sales included; \VA1 over Morilia ov er Bar, h 11 at llfifd. WJC over ftKL, H mh, 2in, 8 at 22. U'J re versed over AH. AA f, 0 at 21 id. G.B. over U'eeroona, -I me and w. :i me, ° n.h, {> at 2«Jj. )V(* o.or AllanJaio, lii^t e, 15 at 224d. Crce* Vale o* er CM .'1 me, 2 mw t...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923

j TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. ' ? Till' olliciul openini; of the V"UMK I. .iwim: green fc.r ihis m;i s»n took place tlii.s aftern I W.I well' llll'lllilll',)' :,t I l <111 nir this afternoon, viz.. A! i ;s I'ohsoit (late of Troinpf and ( ) | '<> .Mr. I'enn Wymlhiini. i.|" M.ii murn Settlement, anil Miss .Mai Jorie I.uzzarilii, of Yuumr to ;,i l.hns. Roche, of the railwav I li-iiait ment. * Motor cycle sports were hi'M at I ""taruuiidra to-<!ay. ' A lai'Ki; number of wm. dealt with at the Ynunt' ;,Jj. < mirt to-ilay. A meeting of the parishioners of ' , John's Church of Knulauii js j Hilled for to-morrow ni^-in i" mak« preliminary arrangements |',,r t|", annual fair. , Mr. James Alexander (Toodv) : .'"'instnn, .,f «2 Cook U.hi.I, : tennial I'ark. and second sun of the ' late John Johnston, of MurrumJuir rali died, in the Const liospitui on ! .Sunday. ; l-,rMl'u- nlil!i,,,Vth U'y' wi,lmv »f t'le I l.te WiHuini Uy, of CrcmVll, died -pi ! ;1 ai...

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