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MURRUMBURRAH POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

4 . MURRUMBURRAH POLICE COURT. Mr. MeDoUfcali, P.M. presided at the Murrumburrah police court on Tuesday, when the following cas ee were dealt with. Sylvester .Lawton .' was charged with having rope in his possession reasonably supposed to be the pro perty of the Railway Commission ers. Mr. L. L. Hogan, pleaded' (juilty . for the accused,. ivho was fined £5 in default tliree months. j STOLEN BICVCLES. Charles Walter Ceency, aged 17, pleaded guilty to two charges of i stealing bicycles and was . fined £10 in each ease, the alternative being a sojourn for . three months to a I place' where bicycles are not needed. . COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER'S WRITING CASE. Cicorge Wilson. 52. for stealing ii writing ease, the property of " commercial traveller, "was lined £15 in default four mouthy imprison mciit. (Our Hurdon Correspond out)

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLING CLUB. OFFICIAL OWNING. SUCCESSFUL AND ENJOYABLE OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

BOWLING CLUB. OFFICIAL OWNING. SUCCESSFUL AND ENJOYABLE OUTING. . The opening or ili« tBowlin# Clubs new Hoaxon was held yesterday, unci wua a gTont succcss, notwithstanding that the weather conditions wore by no means all that could be desired. There was a verv large attendance, innlwdint? a Grenfell conlin«cnt. about fifty lad (ok also befog present as spectators. The surrounding dis trict was well represented as eviden ced by the Inet that »v<»v 20 motor cars wore parked for the afternoon on the vacant, lawn on the eastern side of the club house. Play com* mcnced shortly alter U p.m., four rinks being in operation throughout Mm afternuon. . Afternoon tea iiml refreshments wore dispensed by tho ladles at 4 p.m., and needl«ss to Hay, wore appreciated to the fullest extent by all and sundry. Play was then resumed and kept going "-30 I'-w., when another adjournment was made, this being for tho purpose of afford* Ing the president or the Young JCluh ('.Mr. '\\\ »F. 'Weeden)...

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

BOWLS. >. YOUNG DEFEATS GRENFEL'L. j Tile 1 ueal bowlers ilefeateil Iho | Grenfell visitors yestenlay by 99 to 5S. Following arc the scores:-. i-M'aginn, J.. Hill. AWI.ennaii, 'A. M. Ilubbots (Young .... aa Heilwortb. iWnnd (.sub.), Oilun noll, W. 3. liiihlielH (G.) 23 ("nates, Seidell. iMiifoiil, J: Stewart (Young ... ;{3 Armstrong. rtemile ' ! '.Metcalfe, Howiirlb (O.y . ' l'ff Carrie, U'cjkI i'rn. .Uncurtain, . OIIIRIII (Young) .. ..... r ;',8 Mayer, Starling (Ktib), (How- < ;itil,. H. Oliver Ill TOTAL'S '!.; 90 58 , iltuthurnt anil C'owra l'fliircHi.'in.'l itlvifH were to Iiavn been present iit the opening,of tlie local greo« yemer ilay. bin botli: tean)» were preventeil }iy unforeseen Inst-minute conllneo'i-J How frmji liuiklijg (lie trip tii Young. 1 i Tlie opening of tlie Grenf«!l Howl-1 ing (.'iiili'H SL'iiKon ivIJl tiiffe placo un WMlnos'tlxy next. 'JStb inat., ut v.'hlth Yuuog will bo roprcieutwl. Tbts t-i-iliini; teams have uot yet been «c Iccreil. but this ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. LATE MRS. A. D. PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

OBITUARY. LATE MRS. A. D. PRICE. After a Ions: illness, during.which, she: received all the attention which medical skill and nursing could bes tow, Mrs. Anne Ellen, wife of Mr. Alfred David Price (late of Young) imssed away at her home, 17 Berk ley Road,. Manly, on Monday, at the age of 5*4 years. The deceased was a daughter of the late Mr. Frank Benson, of Young, and lived here practically all her life until her husband disposed of his busin ess and went to Manly. Mrs. Price was a true helpmeet of her husband, and there is no doubt she contributed greatly by her affable nature and business ability in build ing up the small business of over 20 years ago, to the thriving estab lishment of A. D. Price ;iind'Co. of later years. Her demise is genuine ly regretted by a wide circle of friends in the district. She is sur vived by the husband, one son and two daughter.*. One son (Roseoe) was killed at Young by a fall from a bicycle. . The body was privately interred in the. Church of Engla...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BINALONG RACES. KING SWORD WINS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

BINALONG RACES.' KINO SWORD WINS CUP. The nin.-ilniit: .Mrclinnii'.t' Instltuto grass outers' rare aieetlug was held yestiiriluyj Jti'sults: GLENGARRY WELCOME-6 furs. SiAT.lCRFlKUJ. !«.I2 fllynnhnrl) 1 Knnha Lloy, in.12 11.. Gannon) .. - ?Snowllake. 10.1- il'alose) ?> Canberra f<. i E * ?. 10.10 (McUhmlal also started. Winner, even money. MAIDEN PLATZ-5 furs. LAI>V GIUEXWODI). 10.!l (Hllller) 1 'Hrookvule, ,10.12 ll'i.llan) - TIlBhbar. 10.12 K'aslli'.i) :t Other starters: (lien Bee, 10.12 CMeUlnnls). Mount '.Mcrv. 10.1 (Jones), The Crown, 10.10' (Small). Winner, 2/1. BEECHWOOD PONY RACE-4 furs. MAYT1.MK, 10.10 ('l)iivlsoli) .... 1 Sieel Ki'in, 10.12 (Fallon) .. .. - l.ail.v 'Dlhley, 10.10 ('It.vanliart) .. '.! 'Annie 'Laurie, 10.10 (Jones) also started. Winner, 6/4. MECHANICS INSTITUTE CUP . . 6 furlongs. .ICING'S S\\'ORD. 10.12. (Hlldred) 1 llnbertielil. 10J2; ('ilyaniiait) .. ... *2 fitilmlre, rlflil2.,0.nniioii) 8 i-cither starters?' (Brookvale, 10.12' (Jl'Carthy...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAFFIC BLOCKED. Zouch Street Railway Bridge. STILL CLOSED AGAINST TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

TRAFFIC BLOCKED, Zouch Street Railway Bridge. STILL CLOSED AGAINST TRAFFIC. \ Tralliiw across iltt» railway bridge itt Zumlfstreet tnt» been blocked fur the past fortnight, to permit of the asphalting ot the lirldfiv-deeklng, ami. undertaken by the ruliwny authori ties, un«| operations for the lirat f«w CIu/h Vroceeded briskly. Then, for Home iiu«*x|iluiiit*«l reason, when about half completed, the work came to a tftatulHtdi-or, in railway parlance to a "dead end." Moreover, It is not known when operations will bo resumed. or when the Job is expect ed to be finished. To the public it seems us if the po slow system has been Introduced on the job. Any* ho/', as tlie rinsing of this thorough fare necessitates the traffic being di verted into Mcl.crle-street or another roundabout rout's people who ure thus Inconvenienced and delayed are , growing Impatient, and asking when | the Commissioners propose to iiniah the long delayed bridge job and thus enable tratilr via Zcmeh-street to bu re...

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

A DILEMMA A construction Kane was working or. a section of the; railroad where the mini was excessively deep. Tlio foreman was resting in a shanty near by, when suddenly he heard a workman-a foreigner-shout: "Queek, queek-, bringa da peek, brinira da shove; Antonio stuck 111 da mud!" And the boss, making a mega phone of his hands, shouted back: "?How fur" in?" "Upto hee.s knees." '.Well, then, let him walk out,", the boss replied disgustedly. "Oh, but he canna no walk, ho wronga end lip!"

Publication Title: Daily Witness
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WOODSTOCK RACES. TARAWA WINS DOUBL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 22 November 1923

WOODSTOCK RACES. TARAWA WINS DOUBL Hucos were held at "Woodstock yes turduy. There was a lair attendance l.ut the fluids were poor. 'Winners Opening Handicap: Tarawa. Maid en '.Handicap: Lord U'ossie. Club Handicap; Tarawa. Pony Handicap, Little Audry. Trial: IBlythe.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHARKS AT BONDI. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

SHARKS AT BOND!. A tioy ntuvo whark I0i l'eet lotii? '?vjis caught off IJondi llcacli ^ lu::t niclit. .

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DISMISSED POLICEMEN. RAILWAY UPHEAVAL THREATENING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

DISMISSED POLICEMEN. RAILWAY UPHEAVAL THREAT ENING. "The railway men of Victoria arc determined that dismissed policemen v.h.# went on strike shall be rein s'.-tied." This is a strikinir point in a Ti tular i^ued by the Victorian hru'u'li of the Australian Railways Union, which has a membership of twiv.ir.y iJ.ousand. Ai! branches throughout t\w Coi:i monv.valth have been asked for eo operation.

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ALLEGED ASSAULT AT CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

, - ALLEGED ASSAULT AT CROOK WELL. On Friday nijjht thu secretary of the Crookwcll Cottage Hospital was reported UH missing from Crookivell. On Saturday moi;ning investigation' disclosed that lie hail been located iii St. iJolin o' God's Hospital, Goul burn, milTering from injurie* conse quent upon an alleged assault.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SID CALLAWAY DEAD. FAMOUS CRICKETER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

SID CALLAWAY DEAD. FAMOUS CRICKETER. SM Oillaway. formerly a promin - ent uriekoter, (IIcmI in I'hrislchun.'li 1 (\ 7..) hospital after two^vearfHM^ nC?J., i> iCtSi.d

Publication Title: Daily Witness
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

WOOL SALES. UolrisbrotiKh Mort's sales tliin week included iK'. .1. '.Uonlnian. Yass, sup. com. 1st ah and e, ;»7',d.;' a sup cum. li. a s»p 1:11111 *'. :l4'',y. 11 s<!'! cum wen, :«:!<!. Estate 11. l-'lUserald !Kylstone, a co t'ii anil wb U&Jd.; a:i id w ? aa (?' e, : an co \v SOW.': a co\v. -'ii'.d. George Swab, Nundle, aaae, ;»l:,'d.; aaaw. :iO.'td. Jen "Berry. 'Harraliai aaae, :illd.: 1'. Id i\V. I'. IMolloy, Nunrtlc. com., 30!;d. (i. r. Ksplin, May. bbc.\ JiTj'il.; aaae, 27',<1.;' IsL com c. -'id. kM1'' l» .J. O'Donnell, t'ool.ic. nah. 27i«l.: aaae, 25id.. aae, 23'Jd.. auacbe, 2 id. T. UojiC Wagea, a an co. o. '.'7(1.: aaa co. w, -'fid.: 1st co \v, 2?.'il.: 1st pw jjni.'d. 'Wallace .Hunter, 'Korliu:;, aaaeli tfSI.'d.; ae, 211(1. The New Zealand Limn and -Mer cantile Agency Co., Ltd., report:-We dirt not offer u catalogue tills week, but on Monrta ynexL we will offer a,0:!7 bales, includln}! some very at tractive wools.

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LOCAL BUTTER PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

I LOCAL. BUTTER PRODUCTION. | 'For tlit* month of October the Cootamundra Dairymen** Cooperative ! Assocfutfon, iCimiamundra. mnnut'iic | tured over ". I.u«m> lbs. of butter, for ' which suppliers received cheques I nmoiiiitlnff to .C4W)». The price pall ! was 1/Ui per lb. for choicest. Toe above figur**# sumv an increase or 23,000 lbs. of butter over September figures. The number of suppliers are daily increasing, anil it is ex pected by tin- end of November there will be over :wu. Suppliers who left our factory with big expectations have returned, and are unanimous that butter results cannot be obtain ed elsewhere. The factory is com plete with the very latest butter-mak ing machinery, and suppliers are in the happy position of knowing that they have not in pay for any break ages or new installations, no deduc lions o fanv kind are made other than manufacturing chaws. Dairymen who have noi ssivon our factory a trlul should do so, when they will become regular satisfied supplier...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
31½ PER LB-180 BALES WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

31 id PER LB-180 BALES WOOL. The remarkable pi'iccH secured for I the top lines of '.Mr. W. T. ttlerrlmun'H Merryvllle clip, from Vu.hh. sold at \S'i llel] cum l)r. I ';i: .^on's Sydney nuc-* tlon In«t Thursday, wore, followed by an excellent all-round run of prices. | The fleece sold at mid., pieces iEKitl., bellies 27d.. anil locks liid.-all re cord figures. liut ISO bales of the clip changed hands at an average prico of :ilid. The breeiler was giv en a hearty round of applause from buyers and MM'etators at the auction when the sale was completed.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMEBUSH YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

HOMEBUS'H YARDS. Thirty-three hundred cattle woro yarded at llomebush yesterday. Ex tra prime lines were very linn; oth ers unchanged. Plain sorts were' very dull. Torty-two thousand sheop | were penned. Prime worn linn, but! otherw eased slightly. Wlnchcombe, Carson Bold suckers for K.. J. Withy combe,lo cross bred suckers from W. Jamleson, Turn* blong, to 21/10: suckers from Hath away iHros.. .Milvalo, to 27/10; cross bred suckers from J. 'ft. Derrick, jnr., Tumbioiy?. to -4/7; bullocks "u 110 , IS/*. Muors U* Z'M-f-t heifers to £</W.

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COMMERCIAL. YOUNG FLOUR MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

COMMERCIAL; .tfOUNG Ff.OUR' MILL. Wlictit 4/. Flour £11. Bran £7/5/. Pollard £7/5/-.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

DISTRICT^SCHOOL. Passes .'in.MVrmk to 'Knrol" exam* i {nation, fti onhT «»f merit:-Uioather I Motrin, VictoiJ .Freeman, MeCar-1 roil, Lowls Mcknight, Undsay Proud, Marion. Wright, Mary Cambell, Cllf-- I ford .Botlium;:'.May Collins, Keith "Mo1 Inlosli, ifi)na''Hnwou. Hirui'o 'Mrown, Joycy 'Shakespeare, Jack "Vernon, May Kelly,' Dorothy Annstrougr 'Pat Ma roriey, Sianlby Whugh, dlugh Corne HUM, 'Uuwrehen .Miller, l'cirgv iRapkiiiv 'Mollli) ColliiiR, Ivv S'heehan, N'ornifi.H Dutler,'William Edwards, Phyllis Dim 'mock, (Mary- M^Whinney, Joyce Silt ;:,Ton.-'-Jin) Hobsori, f'AfaJsie I'u.selev, Muttony Black, C. Campbell, Daphne 3'^owler, Fred 'Wells, 'Minnie Colville, Jack An gus. Norma Sutton, J;u:k Dawe, 'Harry Philpott, Wilfred Upshur, Olive Ma ginn, Stella Hammond, John Godbler, Jack Murray, Arthur Pateman, May iSinimoiiH, 'Willie 'Deamond, May Smith, Alfred Godbiw, Mly Crook,' Myra ttloorer, Albert Rollins, Wallace Tumbera, ILIert -Proud, Reg (Dates, -May Thompson, Douglas AJerkeley...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

IN PARLIAMENT. The following ^matters were be fore the House recently: . MINING RACE, FOUNG. Mr. J. C.. L. Fitzpatrick:-Mr. Main Inst iiijrht asked me a ques tion in renmd tr> a mining race at Younir which , had been used for many years bv the municipality ' to run off waste water. I had no re collection of the case at the time but I premised the hon.. member I would make inquiries. On look ing into the n-attcr I find that there .was protest from the Municipality at S'oung urging that" no action should be tr-ken relative to applica tion for the special purchase of the race t-> which he made reference. The whole mi.ttcr will be fully in vestitrat.vl bv tho Mines Department before anything definite is done mid .tho Hon. nn'itiher will be notified as t,i what action it is intended to take. DRE>VD*!OUCHT BOYS AND IM m;GRANTS. Mr. I.ouBhlin asked the Minister tor Agriculture-(1) Are TJread ncught boys and other immigrants recoivinjr training'at'the Cowrn Ex pertinent Farm? (2) H...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNG COUNCIL. VERANDAH EDTENSIONS AUTHORISED.—XMAS HOLIDAYS.— CHEAPER ELECTRICITY WANTED.. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

YOUNG COUNCIL. VERANDAH EDTENSIONS AUTH ORISED.-XMAS :IOLIDAYS. CHEAPER ELECTRICITY WAN TED.. Last night'* iMcciins: of Young Council was the final of Mayor Rab bets' term in the chair. There will be a new Mayor, or a reflection at next meeting. Then- won- also moment Aid. Kintoul. Wool. i.a/./.:u ini, Rumble, Trcsilian. .Nornmyle, Western, Macadam. An «-r<qni-itc* JuiRch of vvatHonias frori I'arrmgtun j Park adorned the council table. . ttofore the business was com menced the Mayor e\n»<M.d syt«- ? pathv with Aid. La/zarini on tin* , death of his mother, and a motion j was carried that a letter of sym-- ? pulhy he went to the relatives. S CORRESPONDKMT. t The correspondence i?<Jmled a htter from the Local fi"vorwueul . Department giving CS«.v«-nior's ai»- i pi-oval to special hum f- r erection I j of the town hall. [ Soden and CJInncy submitted n . I .-ketch showing propped « \tcnsion I of awning in /rout of Town Mali. ; The Mayor moved that 'in wor...

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