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UNSTAMPED WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
UNSTAMPED WEIGHTS. At the Teinora police court bo fore Mr. MeDntitrail, -P.M., Wilson Ralph Ward, a fruiterer* was char ged with having had in his possess ion a .set of unstamped weights. Ev idence was given by .Sergeant Noble as'to the deficiency of the weights, and the scales, which he said were out* of order to such an extent that between' the two n purchaser buying n pound of' some commodity would only receive 15 ounces' by weight. Mr. Jamieson, who appealed foe Ward, said that defendant, had bought tlic scales and the weights six months ago, and that he had not, known that it was necessary to have' them stamped. He used them in his business, which consisted of sel ling from his cart. Remarking that it was a curious thing that in ever ycase in which there was some thing the matter with scales, the er I ror was in the favour of the seller, | and never in that of the public, i which was not getting a fair deal in ! the matter. .Mr. McDougall impos ed a fine of £5, in default two m...
RACEHORSE SOLD CHEAPLY. SILENT KING REALISES £4/15/-. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
RACEHORSE SOLD CHEAPLY* SILENT KING REAUSES'v£4/15/-.. Till) well Imowii niCGllortie,.. Sllqnt King,'" wiih sold .a few. d'uys ,api nt" - tho local saleyard tor.?"£4/15/-, tlio 1 ?' imrelmsnr being i.Mr. .(R;':;Dawa, ioE ' *?' ?'?.?A'.i'i i Voting. silent. King, lias-'many. ijlg' . ? '-l-a ' district wins lo his .credit; liis last lioi'i'ni'hianci; being at. Co\yrn, wliero ' '' lie ,.Trti.s matchod against', a Oowra, ? :? .,v liorsu.lbr .Ci'S aside, .winning /easily,. -v
AUCTIONEERS AND EARLY CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
jVif.oaHO o£ interest -to auctioneers!. camft- beloro tli'o Xnvrandera policy-. cbiirt, .William iHenry Canton "Sviih^ charged .with keeping lii« shop :opmu v for the huIo of goods on1 Wedno'adnv* afternoon,'October 31; tEyldence va»' giVen to the effect that on tho dav^ iris-tyfi&lfnii, defendant, who: is an auc* tfonrcr, conducted-an auction Halo ou fiunii'tuhv: and effects in -tho public? .UuUkoii j^rcount of a-well : known ro-~ aUUml. AVlio was.v« leaving, the district* Alaouliat AVodneaday-afternoon is Urn. recognised halt-holiday in Narran dqija. Mr. O. 'O. -H.: Dangar, who* appeared for the defendant, submit tedhihat defendant' was not a shop-, keeper tinder the provisions oC -tlio .Early'Closing 'Act, and that in hold ing the sale he was acting on behtulj or a- .prlnclpal-U10 person for whom the salo was conducted.' IHo con tended that the caso-ex parte Mackay dechled by air. Justlcn fl?ring. cover*. «»il the 6ase before tho .court. Th(f. iP.'M. held that Ho watt bou...
YOUNG SCHOOL OF ARTS. BILLIARD ROOM AMUSEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
YOUNG SCHOOL OF ARTS. BILLIARD ROOM AMUSEMENTS Tho wvnMy* concluded snooker tournaiH"nt was won by Mr. (liugni, 'Mr. Ciaston (President of the riuijoui o£ Arts) belntf runner-up. Another tournament (billiards and snooker) in m>\v in progress, and U proving u ^renter sueeess limn the last one, which is saving a Kreat deal. Inter esiin ilit* billiard room of tlit; insti tution is being well maintained, de spite o«her outside. atlraetions. Mom hers of the i.'unmiUee still Inks their "night-about" turns at billlanMiiark in^, in aerordaneo with the polioy of economical administration decided upon some time back (when tho paid marker'n service* were dispensed with) and that parllcular department of the .School of Arts, an well as the library, is now placed upon a firm and ail-round satisfactory basin. It 1- also pleasing to not* that the I membership is still showing stead improvi aunt, this fully justifying the action of tho present commiU'je In| bring the library up-to-date hy the ad...
SINGLE ELECTORATES. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
SINGLE ELECTORATES. (To till? KUItnr). ,«5lr.-Tho working of the single electorate system In Great Britain Is worth more than passing notice at the hamls otthe electors in this State. The iHotise or ItTniinions in elected for five years, and the last election took idace on November 10, 1922. The present iHousc of Commons, therefore, is just a year old. Apart Troni Uni versity seats, which are lilled by pro portion;)! representation, and several two-member electorates, the House was elected by single constituencies. Here are the results or the last elec tion-the Conservative vote was ap proximately JJS per cent, of the total, but It elected 57 per cent, of the members. They had a large major ity in the House of Commons over nil other parties. This is consider ed necessary by local wiseacres to secure stability of government; yet within a year the House is dissolved, because it is Impossible to carry on. j Will it not bo clear to anyone who \ gives just a little consideration to the s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
Notification to the General Public from The undersigned Would hereby notify that the Men's and Boys* Outfitting Establishment well-known as THE HUSTLERS', of Burrowa Street, Young, has been purchased by Mr. Herbert Mayne, formerly of Brisbane. * Mr. Mayne who until his coming to this Town held a controlling in tercet « nthe widely known firm of Uuncalfe and Coy. of Brisbane comes with the highest possible com mendations. He is of a pleasing personality and would welcome the opportunity of meeting all former clients and future ones. It will be 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*' bined with good financial resources he comes fully equipped with all the "essentials" necessary for the satts factory conduction of such a class of Business. We would most earn estly request you not to let...
MINING RACE DISPUTE. MENTIONED IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
MINING. RACE DISPUTE. MENTIONED IN PARLIAMENT. The dispute., between Airs. A. Wright, of 'Lower liurrown Street, Young,, and the Young Council, has been mentioned Jn the State Parlia ment byJMr. Main, who said he de sired to ask th£'Secretary for Ulines if'hks deiiactmont^liaa^decldod tn tako any action with regard to a protest which has been forwarded by Muni cipality of Young in connection with the oiincellatlon of a mining race which bas been used for many years past by that municipality to run off waste water? !Mr. J. C. \J. iFitapatrtck: 1 must confess that » have 110 recollection at the present time of the case it self, but I will:-make inquiries and lot the hon. member know what the position is.
UNEMPLOYMENT-ITS CAUSE AND CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
UNEMPLOYMENT-ITS CAUSE AND CURE. The following resolutions were unanimously carried ;u 21 well attend ed njpetliiK of Hi*- Free Trade mill Uini| Villues -.League, Mil at leamie ofllco, Co Market-sheet. Sydney, .Mr. W. 0. Fletcher, president. being in the c;ha!r: "This league is of opinion thai nil otfortH to reduce «>r prevent unem ployment by Mu4 impusitioii or pro tectlve duties* a« propped in drear Hrlniln, or l*y tin* I'mvlide resumi» tlon and purchase ut privately-own (Ml Jaml for settlenM-nt purposes ami by Hellenics of industrial insurance, as proponed In N\S.\\\. iirc econotni cally unsound, and would make the situation worse than before; tluit the only selentilic way in prevenr unem ployment Ih by means of a reason ably high bul uniform tax on all laud values, apart from improvements, without exemptions and without gr.v dilations, to Induce the holders or undeveloped or partly developed Ir.ad to either use It . themselves or ofler It to those who would. This would Klve e...
OUR NEW CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
OUR NEW OAR. "Oh. what a heavenly i&lt;lou! You will buv unt, father, wont you, please?" cooed the Kill)!, as it the idea of buying a car was a novel out* introduced by tlu* young gentle man v.hu;je business it was to sell ear", and as if the said gentleman lad dropped in on the farm quite promiscuously. As a matter of fact after many consultations between mother and girls, his advent had been timed to coincide with that of the cheque from the wool brokers, which mother knew would be an extra large one this year. However lather was not aware of that little detail; he .thought the salesman quite an intelligent chap for a townie-knew something of sheep and wheat, too and, moreover, he had been in Fiance in the same bat talion as Uncle All". On this point it is only fair to mention that fath er afterwards became somewhat sceptical when he heard from Ander son's that the man had been in Palestine with their cousin, with young Bert Allen who was killed in the i' 1 yi 11Corps, and...
AFTER HOURS. A Midnight Police Visit. HOTELKEEPER AND OTHERS FINED FOR BREACHES OF LICENSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
AFTER HOURS. A Midnight Police Visit. HOTELKEEPER AND OTHERS FINED FOR BREACHES OF LICENSING ACT. At the Young Police Court to-day before the P.M., Albert Henry Mil ler, Leslie Miller, Francis Marlbor ough and Alfred^ Joseph Stone were charged with being found on licen sed premises, durimr prohibited hours on November 4th. Constable Russell gave evidence of having entered the premises ot Mason's Hotel on the night of Nov ember -1. He saw Marlborough and Miller in a parlor of the hotel and asked them what they were doing, there, At this stage, at the request of Mr. Giugni, the eases of A. H. M}1 : ler and the licensee C. E. Mason j were taken separately. The lat Lter was charged with allowing per | sons- to be on his licensed premises ! on the above mentioned date during I prohibited hours; Witness (continuing) saia mat when he entered the bar (12.15 a.m. Mrs. Mason was in the bnr, with one hand on the beer pump. Ask ed Mason what the men were doing on the premises. He mude no re ply...
AROUND THE DISTRICT. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
AftQUND THE DISTRICT. NEWS AND NOTES. (By our Travelling Rpprcsentotiyp) The representative of "The Daily Witness" was in time to see Mv. . Jesse Aston'.s "Craiglea" sale. Hor ses sold to over £10: 9 horses aver aging i'2!) II)/. Considering the cjiiss of horses at Craiglea, those prices were nothing startling as the horses offered were of the heavy Clydesdale type. Mr. Aston has shown what can be bred in the horse lint. . A future .Melbourne Cup winner may he seen at J. Aston's "Craig lea." a week old foal by George Graves, who has been well adver tised himself by Our Prince who is by a full brother of George Graves. Our Prince -was a prominent per former at The Melbourne. Cup meet ins and also at the Williamstown Cup meeting the following week. : Rather a novelty at Ci'aiglea sale ' was harness made on the property by a. tradesman and out of hides that Mr. Aston had tanned; the harnpss was undoubtedly of good duality, and in bidding caused keen competition. If Mr. Aston has the su...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
HENRY FORD ON BUSINESS. "if 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 tonu as business is to be done. People buy what helps them just as naturally as they drink water." OHELLEW, TROMPF & CO.'S , MEN'S SHOP OFFERS VALUES THAT ARE A DEFINITE HELP TO BUYERS. STRONG WORK SHIRTS, 5/11. Quality llurvarils that Btanil uu to hard wear-all sizes at 6/11. Navy IJrlll and Harvartls at 7/11 S/ll and 9/6. Heavy Black 'Drill Shirts, tough, struug-D/6. MEN'S FLANNEL UNDER SHIRTS, 8/6. Natural Flannel, In a sound qua lity-S/«. ?Dark, Greys in big sizes-8/11 0/6 WHITE 'LAWN H'KERCHIEFS 7id. .Sound quality In tlio regular size-73d. Lawn Hemmed Handkerchiefs lOJil., 1/- and 1/3. .Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at 1 /-. 1/3 and 1/6.' SUITS HEADY TO WEAR FROM 59/6. Where .something lower than a Tailored Suit is needed, see C'liel lew 'Prompt and Co.s fteady-to Wears. They are here In Greys, browns and Xavys, In al...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
. PERSONAL. . Mr B- M.- .Macadam, the well-known Jo MI] -auctioneer and slock and l>ro Hcrtv-(salesman, lias admitted to part-! "nejahiii Mr.' B. .R. MriL-iUKhlin, late at Hundley and MuhotigH Estates, Al- \ hury As from 26th inst., the busi ness will be conducted under, the Arm nainfi of .Macadam and Coy. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
Primus Engineering Outfits TT S"SX*°NrALtThoev Australian Boy. PA err a W,TH WOOD AND METAL IPrlmus 'Engineering, the lov ,,?rIf'1.... unlimited possibilities in biiiMiii V-, '1' 01 uu»l&lt;!'3- R oflers hides, etc. The outfits coni-.i, . I"1'1 W(»'ki"S machines, ve made or both wood ami mei ', r. """hc'r well designed parts, models can bu made tlinn nr'i, V . 11 wlll(:l1 11 Kreuter variety ot should be the proud owner n V!"-,slrucU"11"1 toys. Mvery boy with perfect ease, models of i,',L °U*-Ht-:lio can then bullil parts In their i.-orrcct iii^nin, L " ,lliuK- "al"E wood and metal handsomely Illustrated Insirn n ia ""I'l'lled with u ZTo" C°NTALNS FAW0«- M 6/ NO. -1 ,4o " .. '8/6 NO. 2 as? " " .. ». 12/6 NO. 3 473 " " .' » 25/ ?NO. 4 649 ;; ; ?.... $ BOUGHT I N LONDON. _ _ k-WHUl. w. F. GILBERT PHONE 140 YOUNG Stewart's ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE PASSAGES* THE BRONCHIAL A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. b^efiei-','lSwl,Mi^frfIMA T1 B "ORCHITIS '.vilJ bo found most PRICE 2/6 PER BOTTL...