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BEACH OF PROMISE. 60 SUES 71. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

BEACH OF PROMISE, fy, ' % 6& .. SUES 71. .''./ ' At Adelaide, ' 1300 damngea r/cJiv.1 awarded yostorday to Mistf1. AgnesdV < .'.'&! IMilla, 61" who cluimed £1000 rromlv^ Henry Patterson,, aged 70, for. brcacU*^<V,y.$ of promise of marriage. *

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT NEWS. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE COMING TO YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

CURRENT NEWS, j PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE -COMING TO YOUNG. Young ICouueil lias been notified . tliai' the members of tile Public IfVorku Committee will visit Vouug on a date to be announced larer, for the .purpose of inspection and the tak ing .of evidence in connection , w,(th their inquiry into the expediency'.^ constructing u water supply scheme for certain south-vest' towns.

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

;'(L . IT IS A SERIOUS MATTER .r TO DELAY MAKING YOUR WILL. pQUALLY SERIOUS IS THE QUESTION OF SELECTING YOUR PERPETUAL TRUSTEE11 COMPANY (Ltd.) U in Every way to be Preferred to Private Executions, However Trust worthy. , ITS ADVANTAGESIXGLUDE CONTINUITY OF MANAGEMENT SECURITY. I"- cnnnot die or leave the State Its rojerves nnil Uncalled Capital are amnle. EXPERIENCE. REASONABLE CHARGES. It has handled almost every class of Asset. Its charges are moderate. Write for Booklet, which gives details ii£_ its Methods and Charges. rTraftt~and Agency Funds under Administration exceed £22,000,000. 3S^3^i}UN^ER^TREET^ydney^i^OFL^Jl^^ETMIBRIDGE^MK|j| I»* THE Primary Producers' Bank OF AUSTRALIA, LTD. OWHED AND CONTROLLED BY THE MAN ON THE IiAND Branches now open in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. AUTHORISED The main object of SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL Primary Producers' 3APITAL' 0VER £4,000,000. Bank £1,100,000. is to render BANKING SERVICE to the Man on the Land. The Keyn...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOAM MONEY. BRITISH GOVERNMENT'S OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

LOAM MONEY. BRITISH GOVERNMENT'S OFFER. ! The (Invcu'iiinont-litis rilol^'oti'como to .11 decision. VcgiinliiiiT tl^o 'Britlyli Govet'nnlont's:.olTcr.'ot lonn money qt , roilucL'd -rajo lor . llio purclinso ,o£ ? 'worlts materia^,*!n 'Britain. .. jFOTthftiv Inquiries' regarding tlio 'Stiw'.'needs lira being, uinde , B.... ..,.........

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITS OWN REFORM. DISCUSSED BY LEGISLATIVECOUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

ITS OWN 'REFORM. DISCUSSED BY LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. . Tho Legislative Council laHt night debuted iis own (reform. Sir Joseph CarnHhers kiiIiI tho Gov* eminent favored tho nominative prin ciple ;iuil tiio limitation of members and their tounre. It was a scandal that, while tho Assembly had beon re duced to 90 members, the .TjegtalnttYo XTotuit'U reached SI. There should bo a referendum on any proposal that dealt drastically with the chritiibcr.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
N.Z. EARTHQUAKES. ALARM IN SOUTH ISLAND [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

EARTHQUAKES. % K .ALARM IN SOUTH ISLAND^ ' ' ' ,/A,:.vmoHs;ige. to-Hay . 'lronv; Christ"/, church, (N,Z.) states ?, that"'sevoro;. earthquake shocks v weror .. reported": from the southern alps ot Otira, com- - .lilen'ciig yesterday, and continuing all y ,'iitlr tiny. Women ot tho' district aro '. .greatly al.'innerl. .... . - ' .'

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOAN ESTIMATES. TOTAL OF NEARLY ELEVEN MILLIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

I . LOAN ESTIMATES. , ^ TOTAL OF ME-ARLY.tEL'EViEN . ' 'i'ji / MILLIONS. P ,, The iLoan ustinmtcs.iworo tabled 1U: tho As.sc*nibly lustv nlglit.'^ ^ They: totul D10,5\0.i,.i.->D, and :will; be (liacusHi oil; rie.Ni \v( ok

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

WOOL.SALES AT.VTOUNG. ; The idea of Mr. A. T. Phillip.;, of Young in having wool sold locaJb is worth going into. But his week's sale in a country town, I am afraid will not work. Bui . what is 10 hinder wooigrow'ers in every dis trict combining. Erect wool stor es alongside tile railway line, say at Young, Cootanumdra, .Junee or elsewhere. Giving one day to each town iiml sales once a fortnight. Buyers' could examine the wool in I the forenoons and attend the sales in the afternoons. Arrange all do* tails re selling. ! As lonj? as sample bales are shown, and owners guar anteeing to deliver according to same, the bulk of the wool if room there can reriiain on the stations, thereby reducing handling charges to a minimum. Have their owii auctioneer who could be paid partly salary and partly commission. By dividing the State into central pla ces 'where these sales could be dis tributed over say two ,weeks, de centralisation could be brought about. With'railways to our new est forts, gr...

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

THINGS ll\hGENERAL. POLITICAL PRACASi (By im Occasional Humbler). It was to be expected the N.S.W. Government have come out again on^top after the fracas lant week. It is evident things are upside down in Parliament. A lot of schoolboys could work things better. In the first place it is an anomaly in our Party system of politics that those in opposition have to vote solidly against any .measures brought in by the Government; and also that the supporters of the latter must also be as Mr. Weaver, M.P. says a rubber-stamp. fp'* - tho North Shore Bill. The I-abor Govern ment would have brought, that in. The Labor members representing Sydney and Suburbs dare not op pose it: although when the present Government brings in the Bill they make a show of doing so, knowing it will bo carried, ami it then gives country members like Mr. Loughlin a case to handle in the country.. "That the Government are neglect ing Country interests." It is well for Mr. Loughlin to remember we are not all fools. ...

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

WONDERLAND OF THE WORLD. QHirsBaBfQEmaQaaBiaaaB Join the big contingent of producers and their families, who are visiting New Zealand this summer. YOU'VE EARNED A HOLIDAY TAKE IT! For a comparatively modest monetary outlay, you may have a glorious holi day literally teeming with pleasure. Scenic glories amazing in their majes ty and beauty. A climate that bainshes tired feeling. See the Maori people-their proud war riors and their beautiful women. . See the wondrous geysers and the boil ing spring's of the Hot Lakes District. Sportsmen.' You'll get the cream of fishing! I3B3HQQQQBEH W'VMo illustrated litiiralure and full particulars of a Zc Vii'i K J'H'xpt'jjsive plan for your holiday in Now NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT AGENT, London Bank Chambers, ' Martin Place - SYDNEY. , * «U «>avo isriiwii it. ami its lull worth should . "Klt '' "tf'-icMl under tl<u liwt con lake car<: ituit it is ilis|il:iycd to tin; he:.!. ? if.1 and that lli<! iikmi who jliuy it...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. SOCIAL GATHERING NEXT THURSDAY. ALL TOWN AND DISTRICT WOMEN CORDIALLY INVITED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. SOCIAL GATHERING NEXT . .THURSDAY. ALL TOWN AND DISTRICT WOMEN CORDIALLY INVITED. . The Young branch of tho Conn try-- Women's Association lias al ready proved . itself to be a "livi' wire" organisation and it's member ship is: steadily. growing week 1>.\ week. A social afternoon has Im-i-i .arranged for. next Thursday at tin Oddfellows' Hall, and the Associa tion- extends a. cordial invitation I' all 'local' and district' women inter CBtpd, in matters relating to the wcl fare of women and children, to »-. tend the function in question, ovi" a cup of tea and in pleasant sur roundings', they will have an oppor tunityto/,'discuss ways and m.clliw' of helping each other. Tho wive, ofi! tho settlers on the local Soldier Settlements have been specially in vited to cbe present, and it is aiiti; eipat'ed that there will be a big an' enthusiastic attendance. The men bers of the Association reeogni* that . thero are many instance . where women, having small ch...

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

|" AROU.ND. THE DISTRICT. ]::(By - Our '< T.ray,eUin<* ''Correspondent) J" Mr.'GeovKC Troth ot /juonteajne. lost a valuable .' stallion, Herod's J Fnldo. .this morniiiif. The animal , j wasH all "riRht1 last night and died suddenly. It was only -lightly in sured, ; .Mr. 1 Bert "Wilder, of- Oreoiif-. thorna,' is "an inmate of Grenfoll ; hospital, and ? is being trefltp" - ear ti'ouble.< I 3T iMBHBEHI y&W&tfpbtpiiltgxii qt' Montcajrlo- prc Sentejl their. 'referee,.Mr.- Martin Doiistsj^'witli. "a smokers outfit. . ""A successful* mission was held in the R.C. Church', Mohteaijle, this week. . . ' . ' r v'Onuf of? our nyomingntcitizens, wHilbVongaired in; his^-Weekly wdod choppi'i))*. at his home on. Wodne?, 0ax feffef-noon, - was' surprised by the Jtoddo'9'appejiyanee of a.'lnrge.'brown' lMaJ^eS' ; BpnirithC'iflrst .vfsitQr of its wirti^at that"'no*us2Hold'.'during the present scason,,Jt cauaojl ./lqite ,u sensation. .?iBviifenwy^-^noticl...

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

CRICKET. § Tipperaryteam to play Wombat, at j Wombat on Sunday. (Lorry...leaves ! IRioyal .Motel corner at 10 sharp-Jl. | Barnes';-C..IHenry,IR. IMetzler, J. 'Cald ' well, lb. Hammond, lit. Jones,-Lister, 3j. VHanlon, I<\ IR'ogers, O.. Kelly, G. Stevens, W. Caldwell. Tipperary v We3t Tnd, at Tipper ury nt 1.30.-AY. Moloney, V. -Jones, ID. Woodbrldge, Ted . Caldwell, '\V. Newcombe '('2); G:'Paterson,'|C. Black wood, W. '.Mcllhatton, IM. IBrown, E. MaVVIilnney, J. Blackwood.- "? J The following will represent Bur-' rangong against Bulla','iCreek on the Young. cricket grotynrt- on Sunday. 'Reynolds; ^Uty#hr<:Oommins, 'Costlgan,. lUndner, Jasprlzza/ O. H., Jones, A. Jonps, Woodhuru, 'Hawkins, Metcalfe. 'COUNTRY WEEK 'CRICKET-;' . In Ihe matclx Combined poiintry v KMtjr, 2 .wickets are down, for 205. ICTOY-IPirst Innings-273. CiOUNTlRV-HKlrst Innings, Apps, e Street b Anderson ..... *20" Sleler .. .. .... 87.' Achurch, hot put .. .. 22

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

MARENGO. (From our Correspondent). MUSICAL EXAMINATION. Following is a. list of the success ful candiarites from tho Convent of inutlon licfil in September in the C011 servntorium of Music-HDrade V: (practical), Miss 'Nellie O'.Qonnor (honors), "Miss Ella Oakes (honors), '.Hiss Clare O'Connor (credit), Grade V (theoretical): IMlss Nellie O'Con nor, Miss iBlla Oakes, Miss Susie Boyd. Grade VI (practical): 'Miss Kathleen O'Connor, Miss Ulollie Zim merman, Miss Tlielma Oakes, 'Mas ter Augustine O'Connor. GENERAL NEWS. Tho weather continues vevy change able. sometimes beautifully fine and at other times quite wintry, with ail occasional frost. Mr. T. Braham recently underwent an operation for appendicitis in the ' IBurrangong District Hospital. We I are pleased, to say he is progressing favorably. The Pair in aid of the Church of ISngland was opened on Wednesday afternoon. The various stalls were | very tastefully arranged, and the | stallholders, with 'their bands of will- | lug assist...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SERIAL STORY. THE SEEKER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

NEW SERIAL STORY. .THE SEEKER. By OLIVER WADSLEY. Autlior of "The Flame," "Reality" "Ah, the relief, my dear!" she said with u comtortablo sigh. "And J haven't heard any details yet. I'm HO glad 'Richard Chard In coming up tills afternoon. He's just telephon ed. Now wo .shall get the real truth first hand. Such a dear. I'm sure you'll like him. 'He's very popular here. In spite of Bearcely over going out. IBetween you and me, 1 think there's been a sad mystery in Ills lite. He looks like that, antf then never! inurrying, you know " 'Me may be married." Gvle saft half bitterly. "Well, If he Is, where Is she, and why on earth, doesn't she come and look after him?" Lady Kecno said. "I've no patience with these modern new-fangled young wives who want separate lives and all that sort of thing. A. wife's place is by bur hus band, unless lie drinks and beats her." lEvIe was tempted to cry out, "Rich-, aid CJniril is my husband, and you don't understand." So that was the way tUo world look-...

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

? s» B ? SPECIAL Crockery Redactions. BUY YOUR XMAS CROCKERY NOW-DON'T WAIT ?wm-nr /. . T1L1, THE LAST WEEK. WHITE & CJo'.'h por dozen 8/G Bl.ST EN'GLKH iVi\-n-.V,F -l't?r dozen c/G BUST KN'rajqii . PLATOS-per dozen 13/ .*J1?ST j?"??8T* l'LATES~..«r do*.. //6 cjtionirti T * » " * *J * k f-'ft.--l'er dozen 7/ «i Special Line of Tumblers-per dozen ...... 6/6 £1 BUY^ERE A'll SAV£ MONEY- J J. W. T. CHANT S Cft I HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. ? PHONE 25. , YOUNG. S "??BBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBPflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBP Public Notice MK3SHS if. & D. NOHMOTUH do Biro to notify the public tliat Oty mto Ju«t Installed an op-to-data "" ,r" Rubber Tyring Machine *ra.now 4 position' to at Tyros "WHILE) YOU WAIT. Jnqnire for onr Brlctti before placing an ordor olsffwhe^p. .4iefT^AS8Bg OP VEHICLES MADB TO OIUDHH. RUBBER TTHtJD SULKIES A SPECIALTY. PHOW3Sj F- ANDD. NORMOYLE WHO.Nlt 264 lyOVSJUU -STRJSEJT TOdf®. The engineers who designed the Gray Car learned, through 20 years or experience, what n...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR MEMORIAL FUND. THE' QUEEN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

WAR MEMORIAL FUND. 13JHE' QUEEN COMPETITION. ' The sub-committee appointed at ..thq 'recent meeting. oX the gtiiirral "(..bmmittee of/the the Younj? Wn'' .'Memorial are "already industriou.sl.' worltinc out the preliminaries in.fW' nection with the big carnival week's proRramnie of events to he licl<| early. ,in' Mai:ch.» .Olio section ,li local-business men have already se lected. their Queen candidate, wliil ( the other candidates will'be cho«.v. within tile' next'<week or so, thuf enabling the competition to be plu' ed in full swing before the end i>! the year. . The supplies of button in connection with the carnival h»v< been ordered by tlie sub-coniniitti'. This course alone is expected to ,W'" duce a record revenue towards U!t Memorial Funds ?> , J'ishop Radford is' a busy n>"l! when he visits Sydney and finds li;"' self confronted, with a multiciplii'1'.1 'of . <yisrn«aments, Lecturing at M James' Hall on Tuesday nisht, }«'...

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

Primus Engineering Outfits T Aat&s. unlimited possibilities in huiliUntr sUn" i"'' 01 u oltoril hides, etc. Tin- outfits. , ! K """ i""1 w,"'ki»K machines. vo madu or Ijotli wood ami liicf-il wu" ''""iBned Parts, lnoilolH can b« MKi,|.. ihMn nnL ,whil;11 il fixator variety ot should be the proud owner or i p~,', nu:H',ll!l1 tl,ya- Kvcr>' lm>' Willi perrect ease, models of IJjn 1V1 nml"-'?« L'nn 111011 1,ul1'' parts in Uielr correct pus Uoi s ii, , K',!!rfll!B WBUl' 1111,1 metnl 'iff.l'.W iniS? ian nianua"' 19 suw,llert wlt" il JNONI°oR COntai"S » W°°d Metal parts 6/ NO.' 1 ;; "o 8/® NO. 2 267 1Z'6 NO. 3 473 " " no. 4 :: 649- « . BOUGHT I N LONDON. W. F. GILBERT phone 140 v-«uui4i\t vniTwr. YOUNG Stewart's ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE TorE5 "m "e!IiahlaltSSc;S?f Te M°NC"1M A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. In nil cases of ASTHMA and BRONCHITIS Ivill ho found most PRICE'2/B"'PER BOT^-p' °r '"natuV'" PRICE 2/6 PER BOTTLE. OBTAINABLE ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA ST. YOUNG. 'PH...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHINESE FOOTBALLERS PROFIT OF £1300 FROM TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

CHINESE FOOTBALLERS PROFIT OF £1300 FROM TOUR. . 'Hi& tour of the Chinese foothill fcerim resulted in a profit lo Ajistrn li/iii Tours Ltd. of £1300. The j?ross proceeds were £14,000..

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Adjoining Landholders Dispute Between Neighbors. MATTER REFERRED BY STOCK DEPARTMENT TO P.P. BOARD FOR REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

Adjoining Landholders Dispute Between Neighbors. MATTER REFERRED BY STOCK DEPARTMENT TO P.P. BOARD FOR REPORT. At the (P. P. Board meeting ou Saturday a' letter was read' from the Department of Agriculture, for warding a complaint from J. J. Le Roy, of Murrumburrah (which had been sent direct to the Minister) against the owner, of adjoining land far: failing to destroy rabbits. The Department, in forwarding the fill; of Le Roy's correspondence,' re quested the Board to furnish a re port on-the matter. The Secretary (Mr. C. M. Western) duly forwar ded the following reply to the Stock Branch of the Department:-Re Li: Roy's complaint: The position ap pears to the Board to be something in the nature of a personal quarrell. Neither Le Roy or Bourke are very satisfactory in "dealing with their rabbits, and both parties have at, different times been brought before the Court for failing to carry out ' their duty in connection with thii destruction of rabbits. Enclosed with Le Roy's land is ...

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