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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
TO MY CLIENTS Following my notification in ro cnnl ictuei of my »|e of bu»ineM, I would tendfcr io you my warmul appreciation of your whole-hcnrteil support during the past 10J year* coming a. I did in 1913 a stranger l'» .VoU all, 1 fully recognise that without your kindly co-operation it would not have been possible to have built up the extensive business to which The Hustlers has develop ed. For some years past it has been freely rccognised in commer cial circles as one of the largest - businesses of its kind outside the ' Metropolitan area. To my assts tants I would also state that much crcdit is due for their loyalty. Honesty of effort, and Sincerity of purpose have been important fac tors in building up the business to what it is and has been for years past. Notably amongst them I Would mention Mr. Jack Miller who is so woll and favorably known to you all. Commencing as he did a mere boy to grow -with the bus iness* he proved himself by his . sterling worth one of the most abl...
VIOLENT PRISONER. Cowra Constable Brutally Assaulted. STRUGGLE IN CELL YARD [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
| VIOLENT PRISONER. Cowra Constable Brutally \ Assaulted. STRUGGLE IN CELL YARD M flie Cowra rnnVe Court yester day morning, a man named John Xoonan, u recent arrival from Sydney was churgcd .with having assaulted Constable Otflrier. in :he execution of his duty. The latter, who ap peared In court wii)i a bandage over Ills right eye, j?nve (.VM»>nce lo hav ing arrested the accused at a buck Jumping show on Saturday ni^ht on a charge of hnvinu been drunk ;«nd disorderly. On arriving at the charge ; room he found the door closed, hat managed to open it with one hand, | holding tho accused with the other hand. The latter became very vio lent In the room and made use of indecent language. Subsequently, in the cell yard» ttcnwed Jostled' the constable, and the latter fell on ills knees. -Whilst'lie was in that posi tion, the accused kicked him in the! right eye. On rising to his feet the accused made a hit at him. where-. j uponhe caught the latter hv the lcc | and threw him on the gr...
FORTUNE AND MISFORTUNE PICTURE WORTH £26,00 BOUGHT FOR £25. THEN DESTROYED BY [?]PIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
FORTUNE AND MISFORTUNE PICTURE WORTH £26,OCO BOUGHT FOR £25. THEN' I>BST!ROViBD BY .iPIRIE. I T^ONiHOSr, Nov. 20.-Two years ago » Sir 'Robert . Thomas, a former mem I ber . pf ,,tue jHousq Ooipmoiis. was passing a second-hand picture nhop in London, and was struck by the ex pression on a child's face in a de lapidated picture. »I-Ie bought the picture for £25, and had it- cleaned. A few days later the seller tried to buy It hack for i'oO. Upcoming sttf picious owing to tho man's, over-cag ernoss, Sir Robert Thomas refused to" sell the picture, and had it exam ined by experts. They reported that it was 'Raphael's (Madonna del !Pn?.zo, worth about £26,000. Last night, the picture was destroyed by fire, which destroyed practically the whole of the coutents of the residence of- Sir Robert Thomas at 'Holyhead.
THE ESTIMATES. ANOTHER ALL NIGHT SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
THE ESTIMATES. ANOTHER ALL NIGHT SITTING. The Legislative Assembly sat till this morning discu.-sintf the Estim ates etc. llefore midnight, Mr. MeTiernan moved a reduction i»f 20/ in the Premier's Estimates as a protest against the retention of the Atfent Gunoral's office. | The amendment was defeated. The Assembly finally passed all the estimates, and iu;i the Appro priation Hill through nil stages be fore adjourning; at 2.35 this morn i njr .
TO-NIGHT'S FAIR MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
TO-NIGHT'S FAIR MEETING. ^.Members 01 the Anglican Church rfre reminded not to forget the meet ing-which is being held In St. John's' IHall at 8 to-night. to make prelfmin-; 4y,v arrangements for tho annual 'summer fair, to be held late In Janu ary.. .As a very large shim of money ii needed for pariah work, it is hop ejl Che fair will he a ^reat succorh. Stallholders will be appointed to ] night.
THE KENNEDYS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
THE KENNEDYS. 'Counter attractions in town and in all parts of the district last night prevented a lar^e audience assem* 'Wing in tin; Strain! Theatre, Young, last nieht when the Kennedys, a tal ented company of entertainers. gave a very ffn« iierformanee. Those who attended enjoyed a treat not orten p'resented to country audiences.
CURRENT NEWS. OF THE MODERATORCENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
CURRENT NEWS. OF THE MODERATOR CENERAL. The Kight Hcv. John Matthew, i M A.. 11.D., who is visiting Young) wlil arrive to-morrow morning, and j will preach lit both services in St. Paul's Presbyterian Church next Sunday. On Monday evening at 8 o'clock a public welcome will be extended to him. the function being held in St. John's Parish Hall, nml as no formal invitations aro being issued it is hoped that this intima tion will suflice.
"PEACEFUL TIME." PROGRESSIVES AND THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
"PEACEFUL TIME." PROGRESSIVES AND THE GOV ERNMENT. A message to-day from Sydney slates that members of the Nat ionalist Party are now confident ol a peaceful time for the rest of the Session. It is stated that Practi cnllv an entente has been formed for' that period, the Progressives support bcinR pledged to the Gov ernment. _ . ., Prominent Projn-essives, how ever, stated yesterday that U the promises rcKordinK the Valucr-Gen 61 al's'Department and the Northern Railways are not fulfillcilt further tiouble could be expected. One paper to-day states the terms of the agreement also include Sir George .Fuller'a promise to exped ite the taking of a referendum on the New State question. The Pro gressives are thus squeezing more from the Government than they ever expected to get.
SCOTCH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
SCOTCH CONCERT. Headers are given a final reminder | of the grand Scotch concert to be given in the Strand Theatre to-mor row evening. This rare musical treat Is made possible through the cooperation of several neighboring towns), the arrangement* having heen made hv a committee comprising the .Revs. N. S. 'Millar, B.A. (Warden), J. S. Napkins (Young), and George Cowe. U*.A. (Urenfell). In addition to tlie inimitable Ad ('roe. the fol lowing .special artists are taking part -Miss Xellie Macartney, Miss Jennie t.S-ee, -Miss 'IMiyiHs Hazel, -Mr. 1L A. 'Bartleman, and -Master Tom Wil liams. The favorable impression created by this talented combination on the occasion of their last visit in not forgotten, and they will no ! doubt be again welcomed by a bum per house. Prices are 4/-, 51/* and and the 4/- seat* may Im reserv ed at Wayne's. The proceeds are in aid of the Presbyterian 'Chuvch. iLnst night the School of Arts, IMurrumbur* rah, was packed to the doors, and it is claimed by man...
YOUNG BOWLING GREEN. COMPLIMENTARY REFERENCE BY VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
I YOUNG . BOWLING"RREEM. COMPLIMENTARY . REFERENCE BY VISITORS; :; . ;T:; Tho local. liuwliiiK Ki'euu iu ex cMliiiit onier yoMtordav. tor tiio opon Iuk play of tile iifiiiuon. : ? Tlio YoiiiiK Club went roundly, complimented bv I ho visitors on tiio splomlid slato of tiio green, and aisw i-egai-ding the .ap pointments fsoiiorally, wliicii (salil "Mr .Maiinuil,- vic'e-jircisidiiiit ot the Gren I'eil bowlurs) iviirn n. very groat-cro dlt* to the; Vomifc Olulj, considering; tiio short psrioil .that lmrt.yelapsed since . lis format ion. -.. The1'electric lighting ?.irraiiKcmonts,. ,to - permit ot liliiyiiiK' at Iiiffht, woro also specially commented upon. "V: . / ? ." ..