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OBITUARY. MR. JAMES HOPWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
OBITUARY. MR. JAMES HOPWOOD. It is with feelings of . deep regret we record the &lt;leatli of Olr. James Hopwood, which sad event occurred ihi« morning at his residence "Prunevale," Tipperary" Young, at ;th6-;&'fiftfpfti:^tiyejy early affe of .r>6 . years.^Th'ev primary cause of: death was an internal complaint, fro/a which he had been, a sufferer for the past 12 months or more. The late Mr. Hopwood resided almost the whole of, his life in this district, where he was a well-known and suc cessful orchurdist, and was, inciden-' tally, regarded as an authority 'in practically every department of fruitgrowing. Some time ago he sold put a fine property Which he hnd Held for many years, and, with ;his family, went to reside in Sydney but after a sojourn in the metropo lis he grew tired of city life, and returning to Young purchased "Prunevale" where he resided ever since. He is survived by a sorrow ing«widow and a family of two sons and three daughters, namely Messrs; J...
BRIBBAREE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
BRIBBAREE. . (From Our Correspondent.) The Caldwell Cup erickcteivs play cd Carajjabal on Sunday last, the result was that Carairabal took -the Cup .winning by a few rims. TELEPHONES. The telephone 'service . htere ia now quite* up-to-date/. During the wpek it has been connected up to the new office by an underground cable. BR1BBAREE STREETS. The Burrangong Shire Council arc having a causeway made in Young .street, which will be a ' groat'> bene fit to the town. ' The streets of Bribbaree are now a credit to the Council and their industrious staff. PERSONAL. Mr. T, Carr, "Frankfield," Brih bftice is now in the Sacred Heart Hospital, and w© arc pleased to .say is greatly improved in health. ?" ? ;
NEW RACECOURSE. CLEARING WORK PROGRESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
NEW RACECOURSE. CLEARING WORK PROGRESSING. About luu acres' of scrub clearing have bouii completed 1111 tlio !nujv race ,cnui'HC tosdnte. .; IMombers'tit the .1'urf .Club j;omlnltfco" who yiultcil tlio "ground &lt;luiliig;tho''weBk, aru woll sut lsNoil. wllli' the proBrea's ot tlio work, anil the efficient anil thorough' mnn-. ner In which tlio contractor Is' effect 1 lng the cloaring operations'. ?
HUMPHREY-BISHOP COMEDY CO [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
^ HUMPHREY-BISHOP COMEDY CO Considerable interest is buintr cen tred in the forthcoming' visit of the famous English Humphrey-Bishop Comedy and Operutil* Coy. Their reputation has preceded them as several residents have hud the pleasure of hearing them at Syd ney Royal during Xmas last, and speak in the highest terms of the clean, bricht entertainment provid ed . It is seldom that recognised metropolitan companies come to the smaller centres, and when they do we are itot usually slow to ahijw our appreciation. Sir. Walter .'Klngaley, the baritone of the com 'I'iiny, bus liad the honor of two com mand performances before their Ma jesties the Kins anil Queen; lie also Served In the Royal .Air Forces dur ing the. war. , Mr. Wsltop claims that the tracking of'the company has uer 'er. before been approached by any coYnpany 1n Australia. He specially imported a wordrobp .mistress from the i Opera Comifiue. Hirls. to design the dresses for his .Brisbane season Ot fifteen weeks at Oreniorne...
GIRL SAVED. FELL 400 FEET NEAR ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
GIRL SAVED. . FELL 400 FEET NEAR ARMIDALE. Isabella Monro, wlio fall and rolled ?100 toot down Hid Danger Falls near Arniidale yo.siord.iy, was brought to tho snrtaco tour hours Inter after tremendous efforts oil tho part of re sellers. She now lies in Armidaln Hospital in an unconscious condition. Apparently she has boon severely in jured internally. . The youth who first descended the cliff, swam tho deep whirl pool at Uio. 't'oor. and reached tho girl, but he was; unable to bring her up. 'When he reached the top he collapsed. The' gfrl was filially rescued by men with' ropes. ? .
BIMBI POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
BIMB1 POLICE COURT. The Police 'Magistrate (Mr. mc Do.ug.all) journeyed to .Bimbi yester*. day, when he presided at the Chil dren's Court at that centre. In addition to the children's court cas -es, a local youth was dealt with on charge, of having wade use of ^obscene. language. He was fined *£1 and court costs 8s.
BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
BURROWA. (From Our Correspondent.) The weather for this time of the year is very unusual (Wednesday) was quite cold with a fair frost on Thursday morning. The crops are in good condition, but require a little warm weather before ready for harvest. The Queen Competition and days Snorts in aid of tlu* local Cricket .(Huh were a pronoimctnl success. The Cricket Club should benefit to the extent of nt least Miss, Elsie Sargent was the successful . Queen winning by Uim votes ami gaining JJJM votes in all. The Kcv. K, W. Kettie of St. John's Church, Burrowa, has been confined to his bed for the past week, and we are pleased to state i if; making good recovery. Meas les has been the cause of his in disposition. The Boorowa cricketers were tin successfu lin holding the Grounds j Cup which they raptured from Bin- j along on the previous Sunday as j Binalong "counter attacked" s in' strong force on Sunday and were successful by four wirkcts. Mr. C. A. Grogan of the Binalong team proved too st...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
TO MY CLIENTS Following ray notification in ro om inuM o( my of bu,ine", I would tender to'you my warmed appreciation of your whole-hcartetl : support during the past 10J years cominir ai I did in 1913 a stranger to you all, I fully recognise that without your kindly co-operation it would not have been possible, to have built up Ihe extensive business to wliich The Hustlers has develop ed. .For some years past it has heen freely recognised in commer cial circles as one of the largest businesses of it* * kind outside the Metropolitan area. To ray assis tants I would also state that much % crcdit i» due for their Loyalty* Hcncity of effort, and Sincerity of purpose have been important fac tors in building up the business to what it is and has been for year* past. Notably amongst them 1 Would mention Mr. Jack Miller who ' is so well and favorably known^to you alt. Commencing as* he did a mere boy to grow;with the bus iness, ho proved himself by ?his sterling worth one of the most able ...
YOUNG CYCLE CLUB New Year's Day Sports. £10 PRIZE FOR 2-MILE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
j YOUNG CYCLE CLUB New Year's Day Sports. £10 PRIZE FOR 2-MILE HANDICAP. /At a TOinmi:w.. meeting or tip Young Cycle Hub. lu'lil |;isi nialii. .1 programmo ol "v.-nis for th.» .\»w Year*?. Day flv.*uv was dr.-iwa tip n,r follows: l-Iiilf-inilo 'Handicap: z:\ 10/.; 2nd, tU 'tnJ. lo/-. Olio Mil** Handicap; 1st prlz&lt;» C4; 2int., W-; 3rd. Hi .. Two flfllo .HitU'lit;i]': 1st. £10; 2nd. 1*23rd £1. One AfJIe l.orj) !:.»&lt;.&lt;>: 1st prJ/&lt;-, X'l: 2nd, £1: 3rd, lo .. Slxtoen Lap- Scratch &lt;U:h m: £2. 30/- for l.ip-r!i|&lt;*rs. 'Handicap frmjrarc. looviN: Isi prljw, £3; -lid. '.t: :!rd, IN.'-. Gbsinclc v;u»«: 1st. 1.V-: -r.ii. Swk rnen: 1st. i:. -j 2nd. Stepphu: tlhtiim'i'. to.. Throwing at wickci, io\ It waH d&lt;&lt;&lt;jfd« 'l (hat ;i »:t»it:;;tor cycia ev«njir-mid i'cmipm.'p itr.r - «n Friday. Poconilier 21st. Als.i that the progrmmu^ commence at 11 a.m. on New Year'ji Day. Tin? admission ! to ground Will...
HIT WITH AN AXE. SLAYING OF JOHN JARVIS. MURDER-TRIAL OPENS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
HIT WITH AN AXE. SLAYING OF JOHN "JARVIS. .. MURDER-TRIAL." OPENS. > Joseh 'Stophenson, 41, a laborar, was charged at tlio Central-Crttnlnal Cntn'f, TJarlinshurst, to-day, with tlio murder of John Jarvis, 7,1, a carpen ter. whose body was found with. tlio head aina«lieiV In villi tin nxo, in a hut .111 iN'ImituliL'l, on September 27i Accused pleaded not guilty. Mr. Coyle, Crow nProseciitor, In-' Toinied tlio jury that accused mostly worked 111 tlio bush, and during liln' residence at Nlniatabel stayed wltli ?iarvis. Tlio men won; frlqndiy cm September ~1, when,' drinking togeth er In an hotel, tlio iicenueo iulvified Jarvis to no home, an liu was under tlio influence of drink. Ho loft at :t.no. Stephenson loft 20 minute* la ter. At 4 o'clock that day accused . called at tlio local nolico station mid ' told Sorgcant'.McCIIhtocIc ho thought Jarvis wn« dead. adding: "1 liif him on .the head with an axo.Ho cama at mo with a ktiKn.".' The'trial in iuocoodius,
VILLIERS AND CUP. WEIGHTS ISSUED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
VILLIERS AND CUP, WEIGHTS ISSUED. The weights for the Vllllera Stulcea And Summer JC|uy next mouth wero. issued lo-rtay. The IjawU 0.12, Sunburst 9.fl, Wisli Wynne 0.4, Otacre, Brahead 9.0, The: Epicure 8.1:5. aro at tho head in. tho VUlievs Stakes list. , The Tin wit 9-5, IFred Power 9.3, .Tho ? Ifjpicuro S.ll, Swift Shot S.9, WlilcUm S.S are &lt;m top in the cup weights.
MAN'S HEADLESS BODY. FOUND IN CENTRAL STATION YARD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
MAN'S HEADLESS BODY. FOUND IN CENTRAL STATION YARD. A railway nUuuter was crossing Uiu '. / W '* shunting yard at, the.'Central railway station at 5 o'clock this morning . r;V: , V.: when he found'the headless body oC *:;>v an unknown man, who had aiiparcut*^ " . !y been Killed by u passing train. The bond was some distance from ; Uie body, aiul death had evidently oe- v . ... curred some hours previously. Tlio \ i«r man is about '23, and papers found ." - on the body bfear tho name p£ Chas./^^.:-., Leslie Gill. .y.'-v^V'.. ,*"T
YACHTING DISASTER. TWO MEN DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
YACHTING DISASTER. TWO MEN DROWNED. A Perth telegram states that . r.achting disaster. the first of tho ' season attended hy tracie eireums;a*i ecs and a plucky rescue, wart record ed outside Kremantlu yesterday. Five young men, nil about 22, em ployees in the pilot service, took a yacht on a fishing excursion. When returning late in tho afternoon, tho boat was swamper! and immediately . sank. Thr'jt.- men who could S"wllU set out for the show, leaving the two who could not clinging to the mast head. Two reached the shore and secured a boat, and then returned for the third. Charles Green, who was readied just as he was sinking. Hector'Coates dived overboard and dragged him into the boat, where, after forty minutes life was restcnv . ed. Meanwhile, the other two who had been left clinging to tho boat, Edward Attwood, and Leslie Rey- . nolds, disappeared, and it is almost-V/' certain they have been drowned.
NEW BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
NEW BUILDINGS. The Young Council last night granted permission to build a .but chers shop in Marengo street to H. H. Starr; sim-lar. permission to C. - Savior for. a verandah to his resid ence In Main Street; also to b Smith for a shed on his land in Brock street. Provisional ^ permiss ion has been given to A. G. Brown to commence preparation 'for bank premises in Burrowa street, and to T. Fleming to commence a dwelling in Wain street, plans,' etc will be before-Council at next meeting.
RAILWAY FOOTBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
: .. .RAILWAY FOOTBRIDGE. The Hallway Commissioners wrote to tiie Young (Council lust night in reference to the deputation which walled upon the Commissioners' when at Voting recently, relative to the pro vision of a footbridge, over the line at the CoMTa end of the Vounjr plat form. stating the matter has liail in . quir.v and consideration by the 'Com missioners. The estimated cost of a suitable bridge is £:i00, and the. council was asked wliaL it was pre pared to contribute towards the cost When that information was receivml the matter would have further con sideration. The council decided to inform the 'Hallway Commissioners that a financial contribution could not be given.