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MOTOR CYCLE RACES. BIG DAY AT COOTAMUNDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
MOTOR CYCLE RACES. BIG DAY AT COOTAMUNDRA. Tlio Cootaimiiulru Motor Cycle Club held a successful meeting on the racecourse yesterday. (Results: NOVK® HANDICAP': W. Hall 1, It.' ijlutcli 2, !\V. II. Clifford (flrbn felli 3. . ' PATRON'S' HA'XIDBC'Ar: A. Batros 1, 'II. iHuIford 2, 'It. Mutcll-.'!. CITIZENS' HANDICAP:' E. TOl linms 1, W.'Hall'2i in. IMIclile :l. IMIBSIDBNT'S 'HAN-IMCAP: 13. Wil liams 1, A. Illntros 2, HI. Hulford a. amVEWhVA CHAMPIONSHIP: .'W. Conaulty 1, li. Williams 2, \V. Clifford :i. 'Winner's tlmo 105 minutes tor the nlno mllo3. -
YOUNG WOMAN'S LONG SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
YOUNG WOMAN'S LONG SLEEP. ^ A young woman in -Sydney-.linv-; inft- made a good recovery from llu,' ill 1919, cnjoyoil the best ot-health till last Wednesday, when she com plained of having an off-colour .feel ing. She went to bed, but could not be roused on Thursday morning,, an dshe has been asleep even since. She is now in a private hospital at' V>averley. The doctors hope her: recovery will soon begin. Thev believe she is conscious at times of what coos. on about her, though sho remains.mute and;motionless- Food: is given her at'-regular intervals, and both-.tlie heartland pulse beat j'cuiil, and she\rctnins llio rosy complexion* of .a person in good health. Tho; I doctors say the case is not uncom mon, anil it is caused by an off-shooc | of the influenza attack., . _
FOUND ON' ROADSIDE. HARDEN MAN INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
FOUND ON' ROADSIDE. GARDEN MAN INJURED. . Mi'. Tims. J.ane .lull.Harden on -? Y Saturday lilprht to i?o. to. his homo at. ! Garaii^ula. I'. lu; was found on .the roadside- with.a sovoro -.scalp wound. . He was brought into' Mur-''. .wjg, ruinburrah anil had -35 stitches in--?'-c.'ji serteil - in the wound. . lie is now -'' - :- - J an inmate of the..YAuVii»: hospital. (Ouivllni'uua correspondent). .. , c 'J
MURDER IN A TAXI-CAB. MAN'S STRANGE IMPULSE. KILLS WOMAN WITH A RAZOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
MURDER IN A TAXI-CAB. MAN'S STRANGE IMPULSE. KILLS WOMAN* WITH A RAZOR. LONDON, Nov. 20.--The inquest concerning the death of Mrs. Ethel Howard, in n taxi-cab at Fulham was held yesterday. , \ i The registrar of marriages Rave evidence that^ deceased on 31st Oc tober in the name of Ireland Rave notice that 'she intended to marry Norman Haslett. Her maiden name was given as Sandfordmee. ? She .produced papers showing that her iiusband -had divorced her, and the decree had been made absolute on 22nd January. Both parties must have resided in England when . the divorce was granted. . The police read a voluntary state j ment by George Iggulden, her com panion' in the taxi-cab. that he met the woman throuKh an adver tisement eight weeks ago. He con tinued to visit the" woman, of whom he" become fond. He learned she had married Ireland, in New Zealand when she was 10, and had been very unhappy with him. Her .husband divorced her. I jDescribintr the woman's death, I»f frlildeni-is'aidi-"Wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
HENRY FORD ON BUSINESS. "ir you buy what people need, and sell It at a price thSl makes . possession a help/ and not a hard ship, then you will do business as lonu as business Is to be done. People buy what helps them just as naturally as they drink water." CHELLEW, TROMPF & CO.'S MEN'S SHOP OFFERS , VALUES THAT ARE A DEFINITE HELP TO BUYERS. STRONG WORK SHIRTS, 5/11. ' Quality Harvards tlmt stand up to hard wear-all sizes nt. 6/11. Navy Drill and Harvards at 7/11 S/11 and 0/0. ? . Heavy lllack Drill Slilrts, tough, stronK-3/G. MEN'S FLANNEL UNDER SHIRTS, 8/6. Natural Flannel, in a sound qua lity- S/G. Dark Greys In big sizes-S/ll 9/C WHITE LAWN H'KERCHIEFS 7Jd. Sound quality In tlio regular size-Till. Lawn Hemmed Handkerchiefs lOJd., 1/- and 1/3. ?Heiiistlliihcil Handkerchiefs at 1/-, 1/3 and 1/0. SUITS HEADY TO WEAR FROM 59/6. Whore something lower than si Tailored Suit is needed, seu bel low Trompf mid Co.s Ready-to Wears. They nro hero in Greys, Urowns and -Vuvya, in all...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
CRICKET. The matches in Sydney between Combined Country and City teams which were to start at' 10.30 to-day were not started till 11.30. ? The following will represent Ram blers against WainbanUmba, lit1 Wam banumba, on Sunday, In tlie post poned competition match:-Broiler iek, iltiddell, 'Colless, Horris, 'JlcCall, Spark, 'Bueban, Kenna, Braolca, Mayne Holian; Jlt'Lauglilin 12, Del! 1:1. The following will represent TIp perary against Wombat, at Wombat, on.'Sunday. Lorry leaves Royal Ho tel coiner at 10 o'clock sharp:-R. IBarhes, C. IHenry, lit. Atetzler, J. Cald well, 'U Hammond, 11. Jones, Lister, L. 'Hanlon, F. lltogers, ID. .Kelly, G. Ste ves, W. Caldwell. . The following will represent TIp perary against Wost.lEnd, at Tipper ary, on Sunday at 1.30sliarp:-W. Ma loney, "V. Jones, 1R. Woodbridgo, Ted 'Caldwell, W Newcombe (2), G. vater son, C. (Blackwood, IV. McllHiatton, M. Brown, J. MoWhlnuey, J. Black wood.
MINING. Bribbaree Combined Gold Mines (N-L.) COMPANY'S EXCELLENT PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
MINING. Bribbaree Combined Gold W|ine& (N-L.) COMPANY'S EXCELLENT PROSPECTS. As mentioned nwhtlo buck In tlio ''Dully Willi u.hm,", u recent crushing yiulded three ounces to the ton,,whfcli was considered highly satisfactory. Sinco then the tailing from previous crushings iiavo been assayed which, We understand, has shown very satis factory results. . Ilf tho tailings iiirotvshout liinlntain tho yield shown by the assay, the stone treated will thus show an average of six ounces to the ton. Oil tho whole, tho pros lieuts of the company ate excellent, and show every promise of the con fidence of the shareholders being ful ly justified. The company was olli clally listed on the Sydney Stock .Ex change yesterday.
GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. W. iH. AVIleatley report a fair at tendance of buyers at yesterday's sales. Fat Sheep-Cood yarding, marking easier; best t'at wethers sold to 27/; ewes to 23/6'. Sales includ ed: A/c IW. and A. aieGeocli, Cullivel, 118 wethers »nd ewes to 23/G, aver aging 21/5; a/e C. 'Williams, TJraniii "11 (I crossbred ewes. to 20/, averag ing 18/4; from Wirrinya, 5G merino wethers at ,27/, oO .hogjgets at 21/. [&lt;\it Cattle-Good yarding, prime qua lity firm, others easier. 'Prime bul lock's sold to £14, others from £10; prime cows to £14, others from £7. Kales included: A/c A. 'P. Wade, "Cur l-aburrama, 20 cows to £14, averaging £S/1'4/; 20 steers to £10/10/. averag ing £9/8/; a/c 'Varrada station, Dar lington Point, 26 cows and-heifers to £9, averaging £7/10/;' 23 bullocks and steers to £14, averaging £9/3/0; a/c A. :VV. nniiken, Ivooltyerslei^li, 15 cows to £9/10/, averaging £7/12/; a/c M,. J. Shea, Murrumburrnh, C heifers to £4/15/; 6 steers- to JDS, averaging ...
YESTERDAY'S WOOL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
YESTERDAY'S WOOL PRICES. All previous records were eclipsed at the Sydney wool miles yestetday. ?VVincticombe Carson obtained for W. T. '.Merrlmaii, Yass, 40id" 405d. and ;|l).',il. for fleece, 32-Jd. for pieces, 27d. for bullies and 16il. for locks-all re cords for the season. Also tor Olias. 0: 'Hall, Yass. :57rl.;- A. J. T. Hayeo, iBarraba, 34.'.d.; Ken F. Crowley, !Bar l-aba W. 11. lOone, Scone, 33d.; J. M. and It. S. Glover, iManila, 33Jd. The prices were all for tbo best wools and were decidedly in owners' favor. Other grades were -flvm at late levels.
FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
FRUIT MARKET. Quotation* tor cherries ruled low er In the Municipal anil IBathurBt ?Street .Market*. .Choicest iiimllty reallseil 11/- a box. Peaches were more plentiful, prices ranging from 0/- to 12/- a box. Quotations: Apricots, 4/- to 6/-, choice to 8/- box. IC'lierries, ',/? tn 9/-, extra choice to 11/- box. tiooseberrics, G/- to 9/- a box. Lofjmitx, 3/- to S/-, special to iy/- half case. , il'eaches, 6/- to 12/ box. Plums, Early Gem, 12/- to 14/-, others, 7/9 to 9/- box. Strawberries, local 8/- to 15/- ilozen' punnets.
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. There was another frost nt Younpf j this morninir. _ , " , ! The Moderator of the Proshytei inn Church will arrive at ^ounix to- , '""mV. (!. W. Swiney, C.P.S. at Gren fell for the past IS months Iws re eeived liotire of his promotion to a similar position at CoonambU' At Narrabri a Tiro in Maiuanu- , rtreet destroyed throe houses and a j disused garage. , It is stated that Mr. II. V. Car- , tor has disposed of his property on , the (Jrcnftll-Forbe/ road. "Cartho wen/' at a satisfactory figure. . ! Mrs. Emma Thomas, of Church .street. Iliehmond (Vie.) celebrated her 102nd birthday yesterday. She received many substantial gifts. Cal lers included two men who ,\tere (born at her birthplace, at Heading (Knghmd) . I Nancy Vest, daughter of Mr. I Dick Vest, of Wynlong, trod on n I broken bottle and severely lacera ted her foot. I Mr. H. Buylis, who has severed I his connection with the Jiathurst "Times/' after being on the liter ary staff for about two years, was ...
THE POWER OF MUSIC. ITS CURATIVE INFLUENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
THE! POWER OF MUSIC. ITS CURATIVE INFLUENCES. The final general meeting for the year of the Parents' National Edu cational Union was held on Tues day night at the Church of England Girls' Grammar School, South Ya'r ra (Vic.). Miss Gilman Jones pres ided. An interesting address was given by Miss H. J. Wolfe on-Mus ic as ah aid in the Development of Health. Miss Wolfe said that for . com plete health, liarmony of the whole nature ol' man, body, mind and soul was essential, and it was the dis cordant working of these that led to trouble. Music, which used.to be a general term including poetry and rhetoric, was essentially in its scope an expression of vital energy. The musician did not describe the hiat I erial factors, for example, of ; a storm, but the energy that lay be hind it, and it was this appeal of the vital energy to the vital ener gy in man's composition that gave music the great power it had over the.well being of the human being, ft was the one natural internation al langu...
CUTE PORTER [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923
CUTE PORTER A live Imi'c. was dispatched in a hutch addressed to u man in a small out-of-the-way village with an un-1 1 pronounceable-name in North Wales On being taken out of the guards I van by the station's ont»; and on|y .porter, the dortr of the- hutch was opened, accidentally, and .off ran I he. hare ut top speed. After locking »t the animal hop pint? alone at .full .tilt, , the porter rullcd .a/tec it, . "You may \vm I (fust as'ypu Uijye, imnn. but :'ypu II I .never get there, for .. I've f?ot the j label V* '