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A CLEAR GAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

A' CLEAR GAIN. |9 The wedding "veil o£ to-day, wo learn, is generally worn off the face. When Edwin -{married Angellno. iHe saw her features through a Hereon, Mystic serouo aiul niarblo-browoil, A sera'iih' Heating on a cloud. To-llay, when '.Robert marries lladgo, .ip'etwoen them hangs no bridal,badgo, iHer sea-brown .cheek no muslins pale, rllliwinn doth no-more avail. , Ah, Jlob, you should lio iiroud to gut Your' butterfly without u net. C'usci.eeued by that illusive cloth Which nilKlit concual a Qulda 'motli.' A. "VV. iu the pally iClironlcie,

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. WON BY GODDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

HEAVYWEIGHT CHAM PIONSHIP. WON BY GODDARD. I.ONDON', N'ov. 20.- (Reuter): Frank Unddnrd 5011 the British hea vyweight championship in the Albert linll. His opponent,'.Jack Bioom fit'lil. was disqualified in the second rounds .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

Stewart's A®THMA AMD BRONCHITIS MIXTURE PASSAGES ANo'^tE^p]f('^'QRY^ORGAN?^ TE BRONCH,AL A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. ^"non^u? whether^oVreccnt orE^N^HIT.iS 'VlU b° fuund n,ost PK.CL V. PER ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA ST. YOUNG. 'PHONE 158. onntty Orders packed FREE and sent the Bam* Mr. Mrs. Bob Green . on the invitation of . MARCELLE ET CIE LTD., SYDNEY'S MOST EXCLUSIVE SPECIALTY SHOP will hold a special show of EXQUISITE SUMMER MODES m Hats and Robes AT THE ALBION HOTEL' on MONDAY AND TUESDAY . NOVEMBER 26th & 27th Ladies are cordially invited to come and inspect .the modes.- Early Choice is advisable. Mhony FOR Christmas Wait Selecting Christmas Gifts is, indeed, a pleasure if you ? shop at Anthony Hordems. No matter what the demand . may be, it can instantly be satisfied from the won drous assortment in every department-and you ob tain the Acme of value. CHRISTMAS PRICE LISTS These three Price Lists will assist you in your Shopping: Xraas Gifts and Toys - Xmas Provisio...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DUSSELDORF RIOTS 130 SEPARATISTS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

DUSSELDORF RIOTS 130 SEPARATISTS KILLED. 1-O.VDON. Nov. I'd.-A iJiiHHPUlori j moH.snpe statim that further flKhtin.-s ' occurred at KoeiilgMwiiitur, wh«?re 11>0 J Separatists were kllliMl. j

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMAZING MARRIAGE. Wedded His Sister. PECULIAR ENGLISH CASE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

AMAZING. MARRIAGE. Wedded His Sister. . PECULIAR ENGLISH CASE The story of an amazing mamaco contracted between brother and sis 'ter was unfolded at the 'Ports mouth Police Court, when Arthur James, described as a window clean er, and Beatrice Osborno James were committed for trial. . _ The mother of the accused pair said that the male defendant was her son by her first husband, arid the female defendant her daughter by her second husband. ' Detective-Sergeant Hoare stated that when he visited the defendants house the woman went to a drawer and produced a certificate of~mar l'iage dated October 13, 1914. On this certificate the woman's h-.ane was given as Beatrice Osborne and the man's as Arthur James. The'couple were known as high ly respected folk. The male defend ant served several years in/the Army, and 'was now drawing a pen sion, and with money he had saved he was buying a. house. .. The woman, who cried bitterly during the proceedings, was allow ed bail, but the'man was commi...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY'S FUTURE. REPORTED FRANCO-BRITISH AGREEMENT. (Australian Press Association Cabin.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

j GERMANY'S FUTURE. REPORTED FRANCO-BRITISH AGREEMENT. , (Australian Q'IVHM AsHOciatlon Cabin.) 'LONDON*. Nov. 21.-The IvxehunKC Telepraiili (Ninii'any's Paris corros prinrfpjtt, nays it Is reported th»t tafn anil 'Frame Imvw reached an agreement regarding tiorimuiy.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RABAUL FIRE. AMAZING ALLEGATIONS. EAST AND WEST MAY CLASH [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

RABAUL FIRE. AMAZING ALLEGATIONS. EAST 'AND ;WEST MAY CLASH , According to statements by Rub aul passengers'who .arrived by the Mntaram to-day, extensiye .looting followed the recentgreat fire'there. Amazing allegations are made of alleged i incendiarism when further c'utbrealcr'occurred on. the nights, following the big lire. According to-one resident, trouble between the white and Chinese section has been threatening for months, amPat any time West may. clash with East. There is one story of . the fire, but which is denied in some quarters, that Chinese babies perished in tho flames.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUNGER STRIKING. GOVERNMENT UNMOVED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

HUNGER STRIKING. GOVERNMENT UNMOVED. l.OX'HOX. Nov. 2-1.-A Dublin re port kiivh there lire still -9S hunger strikers. Tim Irlrtli tiovernmen!. however. lias reulllrmed tliu deter nilnatlon not to be moved thereby.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S CABLES. GERMANY'S WAR LORDS. GOVERNMENT'S DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

TO-DAY'S CABLES. GERMANY'S WAR LORDS. GOVERNMENT'S- DECISION. RAINS, Nov. 21.-Germany )IUH glH I chilly informed 'I-Yance that the Crown Prince lias formally renounced his I rights to the Throne. I The Ctovernment has decided not j to allow the ex-Kaiser to return to I Germany.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW RIFLE 20 CARTRIDGES IN MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

...... A'..NEYJ- ;RIFLE. 20 CARTRIDGES tN MAGAZINE. IJONDON, Nov. 20.:-G('nonil John Thompson; heml ot tile autoordnance corporation, or 'Now York, who'for merly belonged to the American army hiiM arrived iu London to submit a new automatic rifle to the JlHtiah anny authorities. . The new weapon Is 31b. lighter than the present rifle, anil has a range of 1G00 yards. Tho magazine holils 20 cartridges. No bolt-pulling Is requited to eject lite spent cartridge. The whole opera tion Is automatic, as. in the case ot tlio Lewis gun.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARCELLE ET CIE, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

? MARCELLE ET CIE, LTD. -'AUQpMpn Is drawn to our advertis ing cqlqnihfl, when*, ft i« annourti.od tliiitv.Mra.'llnb Green' Is nliowinj? n '<lv ligli tfiil . (collwtfoii ut minion from iMnreefle, «t Cht, f-.nl.. one of Syd Hey"<t nioit- "xoliinlve awl ntlractlvo ftibii anij millinery Hiiertallntn. 1,'a dlflfs are (laterally enUjiiKlastlc at tlif opportnnltv *.o snbet vhe ssaFoh's most ai'pi'pvod tllyl«3 -srittiout (lit inotibfns and ?expense of Journeying to the'metropolis. _ . ?

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLENDBEEN COUNCIL Better Telephone Service. THE ROAD PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

i WALLENDBEEN COUNCIL Better Telephone Service. THE ROAD PROBLEM. The monthly meeting <u -.he | above Council was hold on WYili. j day. Present: The Mayor (Ald erman Palmer), Aid. Holt. Fcuvyth, i Bo.vsell, Brooks. Crtrtwrighi. amf i Bolder. Apologies from Aid. S.u i kett am) Morrow. ; coaiiKSPONDKN''i-:. I Krom P. M. General's imparl j merit per Mr. Parker Malom-y. M. H.U. on the subject of telephone extended service to 1! p.m. instead of 8 p.m., stating that present ami additional, estimated revenue would not warrant the extension a. ked. : and Would entail a contribution by, the residents of A.'<»() per annum. A continuous service, it is estimated, : would be the better propo-iti«*»i aa ' the revenue derived from it on a - j rirc»»ntage of trunk line revenue de ' j would only entail a mntribu j lion of £158 per annum, the mini- i j irum revenue to be alwny:- kept up t j to I'iMo pur annum. A «* t>< itmimh:* i . M rvii f guaranteed woub! I-. pro...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRUNKENNESS AND LANGUAGE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

DRUNKENNESS AND LANGUAGE Before the P.M.. at the Police Court this afternoon, Henry Kerch was fined 5s or .'! hours' imprison ment "for having- been drunk ye:, terday. in Burrows street. On a farther charge of having used in-' decent JanKunfre'the defendant was fiped £3. in default one month's im prisonment. Seven days' time was allowed in which to r>ay the fine.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. MURRUMBURRAH AND HARDEN ACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. MURRUMBURRAH AND HARDEN . ACTIVE. At the annual meeting of the Murrumburrah-Harden Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday night the balance sheet for the year was rend and rr.'oi/led. It showed a profit of £1 1JJ/8- on the year. The officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows:--President Mr. G. K. Sewell; Vice-presidents Messrs. II. A. Wallace and B. L. Cohen: Hon.'Secretary and Treas urer. Mr. A. Arguimbau: Com mittee* Messrs. P. O'Brien, R Reid E. Killick, A. W. Page, A. * A. Joey, A. H. Gicrge, A. T. Coch rane. Do a McLean, W. Bembrick, \V. H. Powell and A. W.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARENTS AND CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

PARENTS AND CITIZENS' AS SOC1ATION SOCIAL. The Oddfellows Hall, Younff, was last niirht taxed to the utniu.it. cap acity for the Parents and Citizens Association social, in aid of the District School Prize fund, and the success achieved must be very jrratl fyjnjr. to the organisers. The inrge attendance was also an indi cation of the interest, which is beinR taken-in the re-orj?anised associa tion. In addition to the crowd of dancers about 80 participated in the euchre tournament in which eight prizes were competed for. The donors of these were Mayor Rab bets. Mr. F. A. Seidell, Mrs. Mar ina. Mrs. Staunton, Mrs, McCarron, and Mr. Cantello. The cards we're marked by Messrs..' H. F. Nolan and R. F. Farrar whilst Mr. Lance Richardson very capably carried out the duties of M.C. The organis in<r secretaries were Mrs. McCar rpn and Mr. Farrar, assisted by the members o fthe Parents and Citi zens Association. Choice refresh merits were served at midnifrht, af ter, which, Mr. Can...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHRISTMAS AND TUB STORES.: [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

CHRISTMAS AND TUB STORES.: A committee mei'tinjr followed at which a lenethy discussion took plucu on the Christmas liolidnvs, and finally it was decided to ad journ for a week to enable the sec-; letary to obtain some information from the Country Traders' Assoc'-, I ill lion. . (Our Harden Coires|)otid ' cnt).

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

ALLEGED STEALING. At the Young Police Court this afternoon, before; the P.M., Walter Aliller. a middle-aged man, was charged with having .stolen a frying pan - and a blanket at Milkman's Creek, near Young, on 21st instant the property of James Castles, of Younjr. On the application of the police the 'accused was remanded till December 7th. Bail was gran ted provided the necessary sureties were forthcoming, viz., self in £10 and another for a similar amount.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAND BOARD. THE QUAMBY SETTLEMENT PURCHASE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

. LAND BOARD. THE QUAMBY SETTLEMENT PURCHASE AREA. A meeting of the Local Land Board for the Land District of Young, will be held in the Court House a.t Young commencing 20th November 1922, when the following cases will he considered: For Consideration. Forty-Six conflicting applications for Qunniby Settlement Purchase area. Alfred James Eastley, C.P. 23/2:5 oacres Or. 0 per. Unauthorised Road Enclosures. John Thomas Bristol, Sp. Lse. 21/ 25, road about Si acres. Saipucl Geeves, Sp. Lse, 10/17, road about D . acres. Thomas Curtis, Set.-, Pur 21/1, road about 10 acres. . ' . Intiuiry as to compliance with con ditions. Thomas Harold Breiinan, S.H. 21/in, 101 acres. 30th-NOVEMBER, 1923/ Conversion of Special Leases into Conditional Purchases. John Alexander Rhodes, O.C.P. 23/14 (Conv. Sp. Lse 21/(1) about 80 acres. John Alexander Rhodes A.C.P. 23/15 (Conv. Sp. Lse, 20/ 18), about 50 acres.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EIGHT COLLIERIES' IDLE. MINERS LOSE £2450 56 PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

EiGHT COLLIERIES' IDLE. MINERS LOSE £2450 56 PAY. . Kiirlit noi'thi'i». t oHici ios were "lie yesterday nwsnir to 2110 niun thuf M t2u,u ,n tlle <luy\s wages.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KOORAWATHA CRICKET COMPETITION. FIRST ROUND CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

KOORAWATHA CRICKET COMPETITION. I j FIRST ROUND CONCLUDED. The first round of th<> Koorawatha cricket competition hsm been -con' eluded. « .Cowra and Morongla an? lending with live points cadi. (Jroennlhorpe has three? points and Konrawatlm '1. I In the match Oowra versus Koon. i wnthu, the scoring was small. Sco-os -Cowra, 1st innings, !M; and Innings, it for tS(i. Kooniwaiha, '.'N unit f>7. 1 J In the second Innings. for Oowra,' 10. Maker $?ave a good exhibition of baiting, reaching f>0 In 210 minutes. \\\ Mlddieum was* the star bowier for Koorawatha, securing 11 wickets i for 5-t rami. . | 'Ilnbinson -Y-o). Maker 4/10.1 I 4/21» and Hopkins '5/') secured »1! \ ( the wickets for Cowra. \ [ In the O.reenethorpe-Morongln. j match, played at >Morongla, the visit | ors routed Mie homy team. Gt'eem. i thorpH closed with six wickets for i , 170* (*Hrmvn 57 not out. J). Oartwrlghtl ! 37. J. l>uvls ttt, J. Oartwrlght 2o>. ! Moronghu In tho first attempt only j ...

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