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COMPULSORY MARRIAGE. AN INNOVATION IN TURKEY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
COMPULSORY MARRIAGE. AN INNOVATION IN TURKEY LONDON, Nov. 20.-According to the "Daily Telegraph" the new census in Turkey showed that only .J ,000,000 Ottomans remain after the ravages of war. Steps arc be ing taken to induce a large body of Russian Moslems to settle in Asia Minpiv Salih EfiVndi-is asking the Assembly to enact the compulsory marriage of all males of 23 years and over, also that all married cou ples must present the State with a child every three ypars. It is thus hoped to raise the ponulation of Turkey to 15,000,000 by 1940.
"KEPT HIS HEAD." ANGLO-TURKISH RELATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
"KEPT HIS HEAD."' ANGLO-TURKISH RELATIONS. LO.N'DON, Nov. 20.-''General 'Har rington was. entertained. ut luncheon at the Colon/a!' iiiotitute. Ho said lie did jmtliiiig wliuii In Constantin ople but keep '1HB head, \yl(lch was wliat lie wiitj paid tor. Ho added that .lie waa glail to say tliiit uu goal-keepors of . |C16nstiinlln oplo tlioy Iiiui anqeeoded In tho on ileavor to keep absolutely, neutral. -Uri tnln had'thus gained Turkoy'H friend ship. One reason' vm Hipir absten tion from fraternising during the ne gotiations. Moreover,, tlip Turks ni'o tlio llmiHt judges' of honest}' lil othprs. , ('Laughter). 'Turkey would1certainly i'e(|i)lio IBritisjv help. ? (Ho mild ho was eontidenutluit booiI honest/iBH tlfili traders wotiltl bo all rlijlit, in Tur key. but HiefoL.wijro bijfl tprilQr&wIiQ' wonlil be bolter ,vut 6r tlio way alto ,««thcr. jMp' 'aBi)iti'od Australia . and Now Zealand: itli'iit all tlio: graves oil flull'.pull AvdtjW. Vu woll-'.cijrptl- for 'fit: expressed ...
BRITISH ELECTIONS. CANDIDATES BUSY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
BRITISH ELECTIONS. CANDIDATES BUSY. .f.ON'UO.V, Nov. 20.~^L(n-d Birken head, in making bin first election speech at the Constitution Club, said he was utterly indifferent. as to whe ther lie held office if the Government was re-elected. ?Mr. iBalt'ouv urged ail Conservatives to support tho .Government, saying: that a hare majority was not suffi cient to carry out the Unionist policy. il£arl Derby said he believed he anil Lord v'Rirkehhead could accomplish the big task of securing a Conserva live majority. At'Lancashire, Mi\ Aunt hi. jC^amtier lain said Socialism wu&-not vo-united. [Liberalism was their most dangerous, enemy. Sir James Connolly, who to-morrow j relinquishes the. 'Westralian Agency i General will accept the Conservative I invitation to stand at tho forthcom* | ing election, in order to assist the cause of preference, which he regards | as all important to Australia's future.
CRISIS PASSED. Progressives Support Government. UPROARIOUS SCENES IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
CRISIS PASSED.", ? Progressives "'Support ' Govern/jient. UPROARIOUS SCENES IN THE ' "HOUSE. _ &lt; TJio State Parliament w;i« greatly . e.\eited .yesterday, ovening. . The Hijuse way paeke&lt;i with flpeutators. and the only uwmbcr abyont tva» Mr. fjreg MeUIrr. As soon uh tho blouse opemid, the 'Premier, Sir Geo. Fuller, moved as a mutter of urgency that a resolution be carried rescinding Fri tluy morning's adverse vote, and tuftting die resumption of (tic Com mittee of Snj.pJy jn I ho stage reach ed tin Friday morning liy «Ifvision oi r»0 votes to '?%. the House agreed us to tin; urgency mo tion. and then the Premier moved th.* suspension of tin; Standing Orders to allow these motions Ui be moved Tills was* debuted till tU.UO. Tho Government'h fate hung in tho balance I if 1 0 o'clock. At tea time it wan two votes short, the Progres sives refusing to support the Govern meat, and its defeat was confidently prophesied ori'»)i sides. (During the night. Mr. Austin Chap...
SNATCHED FROM DEATH. A CHILD HEROINE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
SNATCHED FROM DEATH. A CHILD HEROINE. The bronze medttl of the Koyijl Humane Society wtis on Monday pre St nted to Irene Lee. aced (>,.ut the Lisniore hospital for bRViWf 2\ months ago snatched her twin brother ami sister from a bed _en veloned in llanles, ai)d burning herself, carried- thcin-to safety. She was terribly byint, and was in hospital or nearly two years, but is now on the voau to recovery.
TO-DAY'S CABLES. EX-CROWN PRINCE. NOT TO BE BANISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 21 November 1923
^TOrDAY'S CABLES. JE^-CROVVN PRINCE, NO/r TO BE BANISHED.. "LONDON Nov. lirovlHlou nl agreement. readied at ltyc Afpbaii- I sudors' iConiortincc provides that tiie AUi.c» wJIV oot demand the cx-Crown Prliiee's banishment, bui w*" inniat on the Germun .Government giving » gu«r«nte'o of 'hiH goo&lt;l behaviour. It 11I90 provides that''Qenvral Nollat jh lo arrange'-for tlt6 renumptlou' of In ter-AHIed military coutr.il in Germany on a date to bo specially designated.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
SPECIAL mt a Crockery Reductions. EITY YOUR XMAS CROCKERY NOW-DON'T WAIT TILL THE LAST WEEK. WHITE & fiOLD CUPS & SAirCtRS-]>er dozen WUJTK .t COLD ODD CUPS -per dozen .. .. lil.ST ENGLISH DINNER PLATOS1-per dozen .. IiKST KNGUS'U BESSBRT PLACES-', nr do :eli .-JKST B .miiI IS PL :lTK.\-i-er dozen 8/C Q/C 13/ D/fi 7/ Special Line of Tumblers-per dozen 6/6 BUY HERE A'J 1 SAVE MONEY J. W. I. CHANT & Co. HOUSE FURNISHING' SPECIALISTS. PHONE 25. YOUNG. Public Notice HEdS:t3 F. & D, NORMOYI^B de giro to notltr tie ddMIC that thv £ bay# Jtut Installed an np-to-dat* I Rubber Tyring Machine *. and are now In a position to fit Tyres TOHTDB YOD WAIT. X' Inquire lor our priccfe botore placing an order ola»wb«re. ?? AXIL CLASSES OF VEHI OLffiS MADB TO ORDER. RUBBER TTRfiD SULKIES A SPECIALTY. 7. F. AND D. NORMOYLE . PHON8 3S4 LOVfflLL-STREETS TOIJNO. BABY HONOUR Arc IS ii4oatbt. Pcv/ders make baby Happy and Well Mrs. M. IK'NQUR writes:-" 1 have much pleasu...
NEW SERIAL STORY. THE SEEKER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
NEW SERIAL STORY. THE SEEKER. By OLIVER WADSLEY. Author of "The Flani'V' "Reality", otc. So at Ins:, what lie had set out to seek, lie )i:ul found! 'IIn had voyus c-d, anil HHII&lt;T&lt; &lt;1. ami now lie had to own that In1 had really found the ob ject or Ills s-juvoli before lie set mil. It nail been so near then that he li.ul not believed In its existence. It-Ill warned somHliliif! more dazzling. He saw himself gur.ing again Into the crystal held by the clalivoyante, heard her luilaininK words of adven ture. For that lie had left peace and love, ami the fulfilment or Ills marriage, for adventure. He had gone forth to search far happiness, leaving it behind him. 'What ho had hud seemed mo tame and colorless; now it was the Hilly thing that made life worth living. anil lie could not obtain it. 'What won ill Implicit n.iw? 'Hlrlliird | began to pare IIP and down the room | fuiiouslv. imild any woman be hard enoupli l&lt;> leave liini again? " wan ...
THE RETORT POUITE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
THE RETORT POUITE. ?A small boy was having iea with Ills grandmother, a hectoring, domi neering dame who revelled III 'fault-1 finding. The me'iil w'us very tedious, very-dull. Tho little boy yawned. "Tho way In which you children are being brought tip is disgraceful!" tho old lady thundered. "(How dare you yawn, before mo, sir?" "I'm very sorry. Oruunlu," murmured the cul prit,. . "but ,1 didn't know that you wanted to." . ' .
THE FAMILY DOCTOR. HOMELY HINTS ON COMMON AILMENTS. THE BEGINNINGS OF NEURITIS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
THE FAMILY DOCTOR. HOMELY HINTS ON COMMON AILMENTS. THE BEGINNINGS OF NEURITIS. NouritU means an inflamed nerve, ami inay , therefore, occur in any r.art of (he body where nerves exist. Practica'.'y, however, it is confined tu the neive trunks, and there are t'ohie of tiiese specially liable to be inflamed-tho bite nerve at the back of the thish (where it is known as sciatica) the nerve . trunks of the a'.'ins an :1 lefts, and those of tllb face iui:l head. The s;mptoms of an established reuvitis me these:-Pain, often very violent and agonising; along the course of the nerve; tenderness1 when tha nerve is touched, and, if the nervv! supplies miscles, those will partly and completely lose their pow cr for a time. .Later there may be wasting and other troubles. An i stablished neuritis takes a long tim° to cure. ' The . inflammation has'to subside, the' pain must disappear, and tile f u;i:':i: |is^ ol' tho'nerve he regain ed. , Coiuliltic ii essential f'jr this, and luter 011 it is ge...
DRAMATIC RESCUE. JILTED AND GRIEF STRICKEN WOMAN SAVED. ANOTHER SENSATION AT WATSON'S IIAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
DRAMATIC RESCUE. JILTED AND GRIEF STRICKEN WOMAN SAVED. ANOTHER SENSATION AT WATSON'S IIAY. Driven temporarily insane by grief, a beautiful young woman of about 25 years of age, made u dra matic attempt to hurl herself over The Gap at Watson's Bay yester day morninir« Fortunately, a young man hap pened to be near, and he dragged her ] back from the brink after a ,fcemble,,struggle. He then hand ed her 'OyDP' to' a local'reitfdein? and then disappeared. .Later, the : wo man, who still seemed determined to commit suicide, was taken by the police to the Reception House at Darlinghurst; The woman when saved sobbed hysterically for a time and then gradually totfcl her story. She said she was to have been married .yesterday but on Tuesday night her lover called and bluntly told her he didn't want her. The rescue on the cliff was wit nessed by several persons. The young man's identity is unknown.