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MODERN SUPER TANKS Terrible New Weapon IMPROVEMENTS SINCE WAR [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 11 January 1923
| MOPM; SUPER TANKS ! j %ffemble > New Weapon, - IMPROVEMENTS SINCE WAR y) "'f' . vf/VVIji)n,t1ie.iicxtivnr conies-may the (lav ^Von^dlttniit-Bmtm of ilio engines of ^Mt^uutlqa; tliiit'will tlit'n bo employed iiiro'enoiigh'to make the Imagination, reel ttllli..tc|rr«r. .' Of .tlifHo engines ol' death,, 'not'.'6ii&lt;f Villi bo' moro terrible than .the tank,'1 (\y1ilp]i. wiih Kinjiloycil w I Hi such devaatntli'igv^fi'oets against the Germans 'liyJ.tlip Jlrlt'lsli In tlio au( IIIIIII of 1010. Biit tiio tuiik which astonished Vlip Out-, umii'a, lu, thiit year In' relatively U 'iniljl weupon -'of '^destruction when i-nmpured >tltli.'the'terrible" monster that will- do &lt;liify^.lfi}fllo''ii(ixt. wiir. . . , jjv'er sliicb tlio Armistice, iirniiiment designprliMfnve' been -busily cvolvlnjj u typo of ,ltind )utltle«lil|i. wlili'ti will pro duce: ,tli6; 1'unilmnni linvbe, among the uiifmy 'ill. n minimum rink; to ourselves. Ouo .iif. tlm PH.ii'iitiiils is Invisibility...
SENATE RESULTS In Other States PERTH, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 11 January 1923
In'Other States . v . >>, /. , PERTH", "Wednesday , The. flnnl count for llio Scnnto ro Hiiltod in.tho election of Messra Qrn Imm (Lnbor) and Atlon (Nationalist., For rocomI and third sent* rospoctlvoly Mr. N'oodhttm' (l-iilior) was previous Jjr olcctcd. « MIOLnOURNR, Wodricadny ( RnrnCfl (Lnlmr) pecured tlio Bocond Victorian Semite vacancy to-dny, Tlie flnnl Intnls were: Bamoa (Uil> or), 238,fir>8, Swlntiournc (Nationalist) 2H.100.
W.A. CHINAMAN Arrested at Parramatta AFTERWARDS COMMITS SUICIDE SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 11 January 1923
W.A. CHINAMAN Arrested at Parramatta AFTERWARDS COMMITS SUICIDE SVOXKV, \VYdhcwlny. A I'hlni'Ho, Kow Kcp, left I'crtli (W. Australia) koiiip time hro hurriedly, hav ing (li'frmnlml hi* oriHlitoro. It win IIiiiiikIiI tluit. Iip lirnl K°no to Clilnii, hut hi' n'lis spntk'fl III I'nrrtininttn h,v 11 W.A, iletwtlve, who iirri'MPil him.- Bull was nllnwoil, hut ho fnlloil to nppenr ill 1'nr rninnttn Court mid IiIh hn 11 wns ontroutoil, Slurp thi'ii Knw Keo linn comiiilttp.l mileldp.'
North Shore Bridge EIGHTEEN TENDERS EXPECTED SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 11 January 1923
North Shore Bridge EIGHTEEN TENDERS .EXPECTED KYI1NKY, Wi'iliicHdnv, Mr, nrmlfii'lil, Chief Knplnecr for Unil «n,vn, oxpontN PIrIIICCII tendon for the N'orth Klinro HrldRn, Including upvcrill frnm Clcrniiiii cniitrncloi#, ns follows; .flrcnt Jlrlliiln ft, flp||>lnr» li, C'nnndii a, Frmii'o 11 in) Aniorloa I,
From the 'Loo INTOXICATED BOYS ARRESTED SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 11 January 1923
From the 'Loo INTOXICATED BOYS ARRESTED SVnNTOV.WmtiicwIuy,-','] Tlircn lio.vs, ntjml JO, II liiiil l!i .voiifji', wiirn tnkon to 8,Trine;}^JIoHpltnl'yMtcrtlny, mift'orliiR from intovlrfifInn. j j., When uri'cslcii' llioi' worn IIIIVIiir n i frop-fliclit nml litiil ii ltnlIlo nf wliio In tliolr pntiHOtinioii. Tlicv ciiiiki from Wool' looninolno,
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 11 January 1923
WEDDINGS SHOEMARK — NOBLE At St. John's Church, Lake Bathurst, on January 1, Miss Bertha Noble, young- &nbsp; &nbsp; est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Noble, of Gunning, was married to Mr. Oswald H. Shoemark, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Shoemark, of Lake Bathurst. &nbsp; Rev. T. B. Tress performed the cere- mony. The bride, who was given away &nbsp; by her father, wore a charming gown of ivory crepe de chine, hand embroidered, and her veil was encircled with a wreath of orange blossoms. The bride carried a bouquet of pink carnations and sweet peas. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Miss Ruth Shoemark was bridesmaid, &nbsp; and Mr. L. Tickner best man. The brides- maid wore a frock of shell pink crepe de chine with bead trimmings and a hat of silver tissue. Her diamond brooch was &nbsp; the gift of the bridegroom. The bride- &nbsp; &nbsp; groom's gift to the bride was a hand- come silver manicure set. Th...
ANDERSON—SHEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 11 January 1923
ANDERSON — SHEATHER A pretty wedding was celebrated re- &nbsp; cently at St. James' Church of England, Stockingbal, the contracting parties be- ing Alice Mary, youngest daughter of Mrs. Sheather and the late Samuel Shea- ther, of Stockingbal, and Constable Frank T. Anderson, of Goulburn, eldest son of Cr. and Mrs. A. C. Anderson, of Kurrajong. The Rev. Norman Gardner officiated. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her brother Alfred, was charmingly attired in a gown of ivory satin charmante, draped with radium lace and silver bugle beads and had a &nbsp; train lined with shell pink ninon, and wore a tulle veil caught in mob cap fashion by the coronet of orange blos- soms and silver leaves. She also wore a necklet of aquamarines and pearls, and carried a bouquet of dahlias and carna- tions, gifts of the bridegroom. Miss Dunromhn was bride...
DALEY—COLLS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 11 January 1923
DALEY — COLLS A very pretty wedding too place in &nbsp; St. Mary's Church, Bungendore, re- &nbsp; cently, when Miss Robena, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Colls, was married to Mr. Daly of Pyrmont. Rev. Father Power officiated. The bride looked well in a beautiful frock of white Duchesse satin with overdress of white georgette, embroidered with silver and pearl beads, also the cust- omary wreath and veil. She carried a handsome shower bouquet of white rosebuds and fern with tulle streamers. The bridesmaids were Misses Joan &nbsp; and Kathleen Porter, nieces of the bride, who wore charming frocks of lemon crepe-de-chine and georgette trimmed with gold, gold tissue hats to match. They carried bouquets of pink rosebuds and carnations. The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a &nbsp; pair of handsome tortoiseshell hair &nbsp; brushes and comb. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a diamond brooch and to the bridesmaids, gold armlets. The bride...
THE BROADWAY [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 12 January 1923
THE BROADWAY Tlio innnngomont of tlio Broadway Thoatro mmauncoH tho nomlnj? oC'lOv or tlio Hill, u story of tlio divinity of it tntolicr'i) lovo, Tho blnolt of many ii family liar boon In ronlltV Its moat loyablo mombor, This IH qortalniy no of tlio wayward non In tho William Fox iiroduotlon, "Ovor tlio Hill," tlio ifitartllnn photoplay exposition of all liumnnJilnd's. faulta imil. virtues, ^vla luallHod with tho living prototypoB ofi Will C'nrloton'a Imaglnatlvogonitis In lilD rom(irlwblo "Fnrm.;Bulla(la," from whloli tho film play r,
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 12 January 1923
PERSONAL Mr. Col TlnriiQB. of Morco, nt olio tlmo a wull. known ? nportaiuun nnd urlckotor In Cloulbiirn, 1B biioiuIIiib a holiday la (own and looking up old frlomlH, At tlio mooting (if ihb Municipal Cnnnoll Inst night n. loiter ivns road from Aid. Hotts (at Shollhnrbor) ap ologising for IiIb nbsanco from tlio Council moating* and ntatlng tliatiio would not roturn* until nftor tho ROC ond Cotiuull mooting of thin month. A tribute to tlio Into T. .1. Hobblu wliltu wnn paid nt tlio meeting of tho aoulbunt Munloliml Cnunoll liiBt nlitlit when Aid. J. O'llrlon moved a'voto of Bympnthy, ho.piiHHod to tlio rolatlvoB of tlio dooonHod «ontlomnn. Tho Mayor In lidding 'his tribute, tinld Mr. Hobblo wlilto hntl roportod for many yonrs, tlio 'Council's moctliiyn'nnd Itwna only fitting that n voto of .Hympnthy nlioulil bo pnnBotl,lAld. Mlddlobrook pocomloil tlio iriolloii wliloli wfi'd carrloil, nil, pro. wont' obTOrylng awinuto'B bIIOIIOO.
GOULBURN'S PARKS Committee Makes Recommendations CYCLONE FENCE—BANDSTAND—TREES [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 12 January 1923
GOULBURN'S PARKS | i Committee Makes Recpmmen datioiis CYCLONE FENCE-BAND STAND-TREES . . i--i*.-.' ,vs. Tlio Parks" Connnlttoo of tlio Gotilburu Council at lust nlg|it's meeting roconi mendodi 'BAND-STAND: Thnt-'tho'wood^wdrV | lie painted withtwo eouts of paint;. Iron [work.to bo painted wltl^a^iO'qbtitj re pairs to bo cfleeted to tlio^iiiM^f^wiioiit and luttica work. i' ...IlOIiLIS MEMQRIAw^lmt tno-'Vftain ljo rvpiitrcd with cement ?obn'crdto^^j That grnsa bo ])l«nti!dion\«ltd'6fVold duck pond. ? j .Six That saml bo aprend, under tljd.., throe children'a awing#. . ' TilEESi Tluit two piiioj lr(jc». ;(«jno at iho'corndr of Market anil'.8|6anli !atrcots and ono lienr tho bin In Sloani' atrcet), | ond poplar treo at tlio corner of Monta guo mid . Sloano atreotH, and ono'eodiir I too near tlio bird liouao fronting Monta gue street, bo removed. ? FRN'CING: That a pycluno foiico bo erected around tlio pnrk at a 'cost not exceeding £230. , ' It Is also n minority-recommendation o? your ...
Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 12 January 1923
v; /''Crlckot .'^riSm^llio lifllbwlna will its solootod tlio toani'to roproHont C. n( B, Hoc. Clltb)-;iignlnstlnrulil«'ftt North Ooiil liurrf I'hrlc'oii Saturdny:- \V. Dnnfior nolili J. Willlnmaj J. Horton; V, Mun. (ly; J. Stoo^tirjdue; . J. Dny; S. Toil Itlllj W. rinxtorj J. dale; A. M0D011 n!U),iW. I.oiiB' S, Hlbbort; t). Donnoy; anil J'.. Lowby.
THE LATE T. J. HEBBLE-WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 12 January 1923
THE'iCftlitY. J. MEDDLE . ..'X4W.\white. TlieJfUfiWnV'ur tlio' luto Mr.' T. J. Hobblowlilio took plnou yuulurtliiy at HiOi.C|||btY]liof. Bnglnml portion of the Goiuiral Cmuutory, i . ' Mirny ifrlonds followed tlio romaltis of tlio votoran journnllm to tliolr lnnt raatlntJ.iilmio, mul' lliusa (ticlwlod ro proHunliitlvbH of tho past ami prosont liiiHliiosa hndoommoralnl llfo of Ooiil liurn. as woll.an momborn of tlio atafTs of' lioWi the poulburn tiowspnnoro. Tlio.floral tributes lncltuloil wroatlis from tho ntnff of tlio '\Ponny Pout," Towa'Hnll.tilnff^Mr. «hd Mrs. W. T. Dnnlol nml rnmlly; Mr. and Mra. H. Plnn-&lt;nnd family; Mr. nnd Mrs. A Clooilhow ami family; Mr. nml Mrs, J. Cody;. Mra.- Hnmp'al ami tlio Miss os Abrahams, Boulor and Junior. '. Vil'.-L-ijli- ' 1 - .. = .
THE DRESSES [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 12 January 1923
THE'DRESSES Aiiriiiif; fli'o.so iiriWonf nvret Jiiuly Stephen, white erepu ilu ehono titiHlmiw, inni'k Musilnine* Ilim, .1, Ashliin, uiu'.v MKiniciilii mill lintj Anthony rinr'ilern, wivy frni'k mill fmt; W, Fiilrfnxj 11 liiIt liiwn, ,hlii&lt;;k lint; - l''milkner, wliltu crepe, embroidered with yellow; Willie-MIIIIIIIIIK, mivy nml white | (ji'urtfette, lliu'lu lnil j II, Clayton, ninlu l«'('|io ili> ebene; A. Ij, I'IIIIIII'IIII, nuvy liluo irtnvoMilii) I/. Wiitsoii, inivy hlno KUiii'xMto, relieved wllli fawn piimilni U, KiiHIiftill, white anil lilnck iiiornenln, lilnek lint) \y, T, I'MwnrdH, nuv.v bhiu spniiKo idothj J, (liirdilii, iircoii spotted liinalln; K, .!&lt;. CIIIhIioIIII, ntrlpeil fujl)' A, It. Mi'iplu'HVaw'n, eliliiinnoii orupu do .vlicnp^iilltKcr lull; 0, I'rt'll, knitted COM (nine, relieved wltli.jilnkj II. 1' rlend, yol low mnl bliii&lt;k I hi nil erejjn do clii'iiuj JJ, \V, Johnson, el'epo da cIilmioj 1'. llnp kinHi' wjijU' IIIIII_ WHO spii...
GOULBURN SALEYARDS The Dues Collected INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 12 January 1923
GOULBURNSALEYARDS ; .1 The'Dues Collected INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR Tlio Hulbytmta limiwlor, Mr. J. Fliiucwni, .reported to tlio Munlolpul Council lust, night oil tlio dt>\ls colluct ml, mil) unttlo utc. Unit passod thro usli tlio municipal ualoynrda during luet ywirv., '0)e. report Hinted: NumpdrjoftBitiuk; yard duos colloct. ed[-i; . *" I. «. (i. IIOMCB, 1,008 ol 1/ .. .. M 8 0 C.'iiltlo, 10,183 nt 3d. .. Jill 0 0 Kilt outtlui 9,2r.l nt fid. .. 81 7 0 , Hiiuop 2878Miiit Vi'or r.rr. in ,7 Btnd Bhcdp.'l.ooo III ilil .. SO 0 0 nimiluB, ,7.217 nt 10. .. :io 1 r. U&d &lt;nt 2d .. 13 8 2 total MM 0 11 Tlio lotiiljWilH.Ufi'l 8/2 llio;'o tlliin c'ollootod for- lOijl , During ilid your 10(i HIIIuh woro liuld, .10 ordinary wookly nud fiO. upoolnls, which Incliidod 0 liorao, 3 initio and 27 whoop fitilus. . .trrtr