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ALLEGED TRESPASS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
ALLEGED TRESPASS. When the &lt;.«*» T. J. Collins versus K. Holmes. J. 0'f*onn"II. J. ami K. Clayton wen* calleil ;ii the Police .Court to-day &lt;lefWulants having teen procH»»&lt;l«'»l against for trunpasfH* ing on enulohtMl la mis), -Mr. Hogan. appearing for the plaintiff. announeed thstt a settlement hut! been arrived at between the pari fen. The caaea were acrorillnsly struck out.
RIOTOUS BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
RIOTOUS BEHAVIOUR. .' At the Police Court to-day before the P. M.. Robert 1'ercival Hop «qn was charged with riotous behav iour on Murrumburrah road on Nov ember 3rd. The ease was with drawn bv the police. C. Hewson pleaded Kuilty.to a similar charge on the same date and was lined £1 with 8s costs. Francis Edward Abercrombie was also charged with beint drunk on the Murrum burrah road on 3rd inst. ap pearance of defendant, who fined 6s and 8s costs.
WHEAT COLLAPSE. Serious Effect in U.S. MANY BANKS FAIL. (Australian Press Association Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
. WHEAT COLLAPSE. Serious Effect in U.S. . MAtyY BA^KS FAIL. (Australian Press AssociaLIqn Cable.) ICIHKU'G'O, 'November. 20.- Hie col lapse In tfie price of wheat unci frozen, creditslms resulted in tlie rallure in nix, days of-24 bnnjcn in tlio 'Northern .Minneapolis Federal 'Reserve districts 121 oC which are in the State or North, Daliotu. Their position ^particularly HnfortuHnle,. since the wheat crop In that State is small, anil Inferior in comparison . with ? the crops in neigh* houring States.' . Western' 'blinking' circles ore con slderubly asUatod over the multiple failures, and fear Is felt of a iiosbJ btlity of the larger centtiil tiQiis-uiiou, which tlie - nollapaeij^ , biililitr) c eiieilded-holng ' >.uunblo ' to ' withstand the blow. ?
COLLEGE STUDENTS WANT FARM WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
COLLEGE STUDENTS WANT FARM WORK. TIip Minister fur Agriculture Is tlo *!rows &lt;»f wuriiiK ^wiilon* in farm work for Hawkesbury prilegp HMi deals. Two chusgfs of stutfrnln are available, viz.. those who are now completing their thr««» yeara diploma ',anc| desire to tak»» tic farm work for .; their living, and those who profitably Utilise the college vacation. which ox "tentfa from December 17 to January They range from seventeen to twenty-three yenr.&lt; of aire, and as at tbo coIlcge they haw had the bene fit of a sound theoretical and practi ;cal tralnlhg. thoy xboul/l be able to Hi*? a Rood account of theselvas at practically any ela*s of farm work. Clinffey wouli) he ulad lr any far who desires to secure the HIT vlqes of any o fthwe .«tudentH would communicate direct with the princi pal of ,the /Hnwknsbury Agricultural JCa^ege, .'iftiriihjojjfl, furiii.sllim; par .tlcjjlars of the positions available un# tfrg wages offered.
WYANGLA GOLD CO. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
W.YANGLA GOLD, CO. Wyunula Gold .rind Diamond Sllilo* ing 'Jompiiny lias been formod wltlt > J)i : utcupltul ot £12,500, in £1 .share!) 15 ,Syllt,ai;&lt;|uiro-minli^g--proi)ortlcrt at WJ, , . ailslilr.>!imi.:nlijo:*niinlnB and dredging , , lenae ri|>i>KraUonn. etc. . J. Smith, L: " ' JJilgloy, J. O. Wataon, IH. .C. Dlxson? , \ f . 'J? -Altord and' A. C. Rold am to ha ^ tho'llvKt'(UroctorH; . . ? .... .1.1 -.?) \
LUBRANO CASE. THE BEAUTY PARLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
LUBRANO CASE. THE BEAUTY PARLOUR. The Divorce Court in Sydney was ajrain crowded to-day for the Lub rano ease. Mr. Curtis for the plaintiff, continued his address to the jury. He said th«' issue resolv ed itself into a question as to who was tellinir the truth about the "Beauty Parlour." Mrs. McDonald 01 Mrs. l,ubran&lt;>. He submitted the former must be believed.
VICTORIAN POLITICAL SENSATION. STATE TREASURER RESIGNS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
VICTORIAN POLITICAL SENSATION. STATE TREASURER RESIGNS A telegram from Melbourne state.1; that a sensation was caused in the Assembly lasi evening when the Pre mier stated the Treasurer, Sir Wil liam AlclMiersou, Hud resigned. Tiw resignation was not expected by the .Ministers. Sir 'Wui. 'McPherson. in a letter, stateii ilmt lie bad pledged himseit not to retain ofllce unless ihe State paid its way. The Government, he said, had now agreed to expenditure which would turn a small surplus into a delloit. j It is understood Sir Win. MePher son was referring to the increase? i which the Government granted the I railwaymen to avert a regulation Istrike,
RACEHORSE REJUVENATED. REPORTED SUCCESS OF GLAND OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
RACEHORSE REJUVENATED.; REPORTED SUCCESS OF GLAND OPERATION. . . I'AJtl.S, Nov. 20.-(About a month; ago, under the supervision of Pro fessor VoronofT, the discoverer of tin*, thyroid gland treatment for tlie "re- j juvenuUon of human beings, a form-1 erly famous racehorse was inoculat ed wilh a gland1 taken from a younger horse. The operation has apparent-; .ly been perfectly successful. , TO6 horse litis been put Into training, and : appears to be In the best of condition. I rttacliig experts are watching ; the > "grafted" horse with keen interest. ;»
SETTLERS FOR AUSTRALIA. ENORMOUS POSSIBILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
SETTLERS FOE AUSTRALIA. ENORMOUS POSSIBILITIES. .LONDON, Nov. '20.-Sir 'Willinni j Windham, n member of tlio Imperial | migration delegation. which recently &lt; visited Australia, arrived In England ' yesterday. Interviewed at South- j anffiton. Sir 'William Windham Bald | that improvement in the European \ situation was the key to increased emigration to Australia. Australians I felt that fresh niarkots must be found I If large numbers of now settlers were to be absorbed. In. New Zealand the best land had already been taken up. nud further roads and transport faci lities were necessary before s«ttlers ill large numbers couiil be absorbed there. Iii Australia, however, the mi gration possibilities were enormous.