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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
HENRY FORD ON BUSINESS. "if you buy what people need, and sell it at a.price tn5i makes possession a help, and not a hard* i 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." OHELLEW, TROMPF & OO.'S MEN'S SHOP OFFERS VALUES THAT ARE A DEFINITE HELP TO BUYERS. STRONG WORK SHIRTS, 5/11. Quality 'Harvarda that stand ui> to hard wear-all sizes at o/tl. Navy Brill un&lt;l Harvards at 7/il S/ll and 9/.G. Heavy Black Drill Shirts, tough, strong-9/5. MEN'S FLANNEL UNDER SHIRTS, 8/6. Natural Flannel, in a sound qua lity-S/G. ifiarlt Ureys In big sizes-S/ll !)/G WHITE LAWN H'KERCHtEFS 7id; Sound quality in tho regular size-"id. Lawn Uenimcd Handkerehiurs lOid., 1/- and 1/3; . Hoinstiiehed Handkerchiefs at 1/-, 1/3 and 1/G. SUITS READY TO WEAR FROM 69/6. "Where something lower man a Tailored Suit is needed, nuu L'Jirl lew Trompf and CO.h Uuady-to Wears. Tliey arc hero in Greys, .llrouns and X...
TWINS AMD TRIPLETS. FACTS AND FANCIES. LESSONS DRAWN FROM FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
TWINS AMD TRIPLETS. | FACTS AND FANCIES. LESSONS DRAWN FROM FIGURES The Commonwealth Statistician calls them multiple births; their male author looks upon them, in th'j first instance, as quite "over the fence,' hut the general public, to whom they are more or less of a joke, calls them twins or triplets, ami laughs when some body has achieved them. Twins ami triplets are one of the great na tional jokes. The father of them is mi object of good-humored sympathy. Mention of them from the stage never fails to win side-splitting laughter, and apparently the? sole reason for their popularity as mirth makers is the fact that they are not commonplace. If 50 per cent, of the parents of the community went in for twins or triplets the public would be-1 come so used to them that the joke would die, and incidentally Austra lia's population would increase at a much greater rate than it is doing at present. Looking at the matter quite dispassionately, one is forced t!» the conclusion that, for t...
DAIRYING SET BACK. PEST IN WEST AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
DAIRYING SET BACK. J PEST IN WEST; AUSTRALIA. . iltfaHtlu. precaution!! arcs bt'iiif taken in West Australia to prevent tile Hpread of ? render-pent. All cattle sliowliiR siiin.s olvlnfoptlou are. shot atul incinerated, i Duirlas are being cleaned up and disinfected. Tbe.um liloyiiBB clotlilnK-are"'l»iirnotl. Probably diilryluK in tint nni£"hlK)lirh&lt;>0([ will lie prohibited for at leiiBt tw.elve months.
"ALL A MISTAKE." Much Ado About An Insurance Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
'*ALL' A^MIS^ABIE.". ?Much Ado . About "An Insurance Policy. r, Kx-AlirLJ. Patterson's sparkling lit tle comedy, "All a. Mistake/' which he Hinged on moKt oC the district con cert plutfonns last year, pul^a.lrito insignificance beside the' 'comedy which was given at the Council table last night. ^: ». Almost every spea'ker, last ulc^t! voiced the opinion that a mistake had been made by someone. ' .'Wlioof the three people concerned innUe'it? The Mayor told the meeting he' Ipul gone exhaustively into the matttfr, and could not' sa>\ The ahlerriieh/hgreed that if they sat all night titer ^onld' he no nearer finality 'What AY;jH.,tQ he done?. 'Finally it was agreocl to let the dispute stand over for a con ference of the parties. Tin; insertion of u small udvertlse im.'iit in the local papers,.as the '.May or admitted last night, would liii've' obviated all the trouble. IHence nil the trouble. misunderstanding, abuse, recrimination, humor, and useless talk at the Council table last n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
;S5SSS&&B5SiS£5S&E>aSi35HSS5Mti>n>aSiD5S3i3iSaaiiSi g SPECIAL | Crockery Reductions. g BUY YOUR XMAS CROCKERY NOW-DON'T WAIT * . TILL THE LA'ST WEEK. a WHITE & COLD COPS & SAUCIiHS-per dozen 'S/C a VVHITK & CHUD ODD CUPS -nor dozen C/0 a HI.ST E.VC'LISH DINNER PLATOS- nor dozen 13/ a JiHST KNCUSII DESSERT l'l.ATKS--; ic down !)/0 a .-Ji:sT » ;.mi is pl AT:-:.*:-j.er iiosen 7/ ? Special Line of Tumblers-per dozen 6/6 . BUY HERE A'J 1 SAVE MONEY J. W. T. CHANT & Co. HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. PHONE 25. YOUNG. Public Notice Aliens f. & D. NOfl/MOYLB do lira to notify tun potllc that thtj hmre Jmt Installed an np-to-dat* Rubber Tyring Machine and are now In a poiltlon to fit Tyre* TOKIIjEJ YOU WAIT, lsqolre for our pricf* before placing an order elsewhere. AIA CLASSES OF VSJHI CUES MADE TO OHlDBSt. HTJBBER TYRED SULKIES A SPECIALTY. F. AND D. NORMOYLE PHONE 3S4 LGVELL -STRHlErT TOOTO* No Fretfulness or Sleepless...
P. P. BOARD. MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
p. P. BOARD. MONTHLY' J!KBTINF The monthly meeting of the Young P. ()'. Board was hotel on Sat urday morning. Present: Directors C CrJcIiton&lt; L. JJaJJ, J. A. Garry, D. II. McParlnne, Bevcridge, Garry and P. C. Julian. An apology was received front the chairman (Mr. P. II. Tout) who was absent in Sydney. Director Crichton was vrfanimously voted to the chair. The chairman read a lengthy fin ancial statement, showing that the Hoard had a credit balance of 1*1*08J? The estimates of income and expen diture for m-xt year were also read, and during a discussion which fol lowed Dim-tor Hall said that he thought the rate should he reduced as suggested in the Secretary's re port. In connection with the foregoing a minute by the chairman (Direc tor Tout) Wif* unanimously adopted. It was pointed out in the Minute that it would be necessary for the Board to strike a rate for IftiM. If the assessment on sheep were reduced (vide secretary's report) to o-JOd, the revenue therefrom would ...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
RIFLE SHOOTING. The final shoot for the quarter look place on the rangi; ing Results: T. McVeigh J. Hintoul . S'. Keith .. \V. Sutton . II. IBhickett. W. 'Pigrame L. Burgess . a 'Coui i yesterday morn 5M44454 5435454S 455:!2'544 '5455f/'244 -.4X44.114 55424433' 44455444 323:j4334 35 2 27 Swoop:-T. '.McVeigh, KG/3/::!), 1st: Ij. ilurgoss. 3G'/:s/39, 2nd; V. CoullB. :i2/7/«9, 3rd. Practice nt COO yavils on Sunday next. All memliers hre asltcd to at tend in view of the club going to Ilitrrown for a ctip.
HARDEN. SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
HAP* DEN. .(From noi* CoiTcsponclcnt). SUDDEN DEATH. On Friday Frederick .Jeffreys, | aged 4u, died suddenly at the vesi dence of Mrs. .7. Jones, Albury-street I Harden. The demised came t&lt;> H»r den from Auburn a week previously] for a.change of climate, and up to within a few minutes before hfrs death, was in high He leav- ! es a' widow and two children, aged 9, and K> years to. mourn their loss. The funeral took place on Saturday, i the remains Wing interred in the ! Church of f*'tif;!an(i cemetery. He . v/a^ u son of Mr. Thomas Fox who: resided in this district for about 25 ! years. and brother-in-law of Mrs. Don Hunter, of Myrtle Vale, (Iron fell. KITCHEN TEA. . , On Friday night in the Parish hall, Harden,.a kitchen tea was given to j Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jirown (nee ; Mi.-:s Mary Campbell) of McMahon's j Reef. The function was organised » bv Mrs. A. Middleton and Mr. .1. , McCarthy. The presents were a ; verv useful lot of kitchen utensils, afternoon tea set etc...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
WEDDING. ROCHE-LAZZAR1N1. On Wednesday afternoon a woad ins took place in 'St diary's Church, Young, I hi; bride being Margaret 'An nie (.Margej, fittest daughter or Mr. and Airs. H. p\ . Lazzarini, Nasmyth sirect. Young, who was married to Charles Mauton, sou of Mr. aud Alva. 0. .Roche,.' slationmaster, Quirindi, (late of Young). The ceremony was performed by Very Ulewnean* ITen nessy. The Wedding -.March was played hy Miss Duncan as the bride entered the church'on the ami of her father, u-j;o gave hor :i\vuy. She looked charming In a simyde frocl; of cream baronet satin, draped on classic lines to left side and finished with oabochon of satin. .She wore an embroidered tulle veil (lent by her aunt, Mrs 'Han O'Connor, Fnimpton), arranged mob cap fashion, with civ clot of orange blossoms, awl carried a bouquet of whit:; roses, lilacs and foliage, arranged in lulfe. -Miss ki Icon !.&lt;;:zzurini (sister of bride) was bridesmaid. She was attired in a girlish t'roclc of pink .ge...
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. ANNUAL SUMMER FETE. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
- ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. ANNUAL SUMMER FETE. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF LADIES. A large and representative me ot itic of ladies was held in St. John's Hall last night for the purpose of making arrangements for the annual Sunininr Fair, to be held in the Church grounds and Parish hall on January 2>1, 25, and 2G.. The Rev. A' Cutis presided and great interest and enthusiasm was .displayed throughout. Various preliminary matters were discussed and duly, disposed of, and the stallholders for the Fete wore appointed as follows: Works Stall: Mesdames Marshall, Woodburn, Reeee, Breden, Brown and Miss Kitchen. Sweets Stall: Mrs. Roy Hammond, Miss Bartlett, Miss Klecm, and the j Misses Hooper. Cool Drinlts ,Stall: Mrs. Angus, Misses Webb and Miss Phillips. Ices: Mrs. and Miss Jones and Miss Seliute. Refreshment Stall:'Mesdames Al bert Miller, Regan, Piekburn and Beazley. Flowers and Plants: Mesdumes Marina and Selden. Produce Stall: Mrs. Reimer and Reynolds, and Miss F, Wood. Packets, Baloons, C...
H. A. C. B. S. Formation of Charity Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
H. A. C. B. S. Formation of Charity Fund. Tim question »f "letting the up Pen la from various charities for finnn pl»] iiBHlHtuncc which liuve,.at various tlnioH, been made to ill" I"e«1 branch. wiih n-griii brought under the notlec of members nt Inst night's fortnightly moetng ot (lie jl.A-i'-HS. The sec retory, Mr. 'Patters""- Informed niein liors that .in pres.-lit there was no. funil upon whleh ti> ilrnw to meet npiienlH pr this nature. no matter how ilfHorvljiR thoy mlplit be. Arter Homo discussion it was unanimously decided that a Hibernian Charity fund ; be constituted, ami i&lt;> aid in its form ation, a euchre party ami dance bo held in tho .Oddfellows ill all on De comber 14. ' A strong committee was appointed to .lnnke the necessary ar rntigeinentK. 'I'lio liecretai-y w;i. instructed to write to Mr. V. K. .Martin. conveying the members' appreciation of his gen erous uciion in adjudicating al the re ; cmil. debate between the Hibernians and the G.U.O.O.K. Not...
WOMBAT QUEEN CARNIVAL. RECORD GATHERING WITNESS CORONATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
WOMBAT QUEEN CARNIVAL RECORD GATHERING WITNESS CORONATION. The Wombat hall was packed to | itH fullest capacit" on Wednesday night when all Wombat as well as visitors from Young, Murrumburr ah. Kingsvale, Wallendbeen and other surrounding places turned up to witness the crowning of the Queen ceremony. Mr. J. Patter son as Lord Chancellor, led the pro cession. followed by Miss Moljie Lynch as Crown bearer, mid Miss Doris Thompson as angel to whose lot it fell to crown the Queen. Then the queens and their attendants followed, forming a very pretty scene as each took their respective places on the stupe. The Queens and their attendants were: Queen of Commerce-Miss Leila Brennan; Pages Paul Tracey, ' Jack Brennan; Maids of Honor, the Miss* c»s J. and M. Brennan, Cricketers' Queen: Miss Elsie Wagenbah; Pases Miss Irene O'Brien and Miss Iris Old/ieM; Maids of Honor, Miss Eva Oldfield, and Miss Florence Nieholls. Jockey Club's Queen: Miss Gladys Shephard; pages, Masters Shep herd and O'Bri...
JEWELS STOLEN. SMART POLICE CAPTURE. BEFORE OWNER KNEW IT WAS STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
JEWELS STOLEN. SMART POLICE CAPTURE. BEFORE OWNER KNEW IT WAS STOLEN. Jewellery valued at nearly £ii00 was stolen tm Saturday iU«tu from a shop vonriui'teil by a woman- at "\V11 lotighby. Two men had. during the week, engaged a room above the shop and they rifled the latter during tlie woman'H absence. A passing polieeman . found I lie trout door ol the whop opened, and the detectives &lt;piieklv 'got to work and arevsted two men in a city hotel last night. .They ' recovered th&lt;; whole swag there and at Xorth Sydney. Then the'proprietress of the jewel lery shop for the first time learned of the robbery.
ANGLO-SAXON CLAN. SYDNEY BRANCH INAUGURATED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
ANGLO-SAXON CLAN. SYDNEY BRANCH INAUGURATED. The Sydney Branch of the Anglo i^axon 'Cilaii. an 'adaption of the Ku KIux Klan, was ollkfally launched in thn Domain yesterday by Captain 'Chaplain Wilson and the Jtev. M («. Davis. One ot the provisions of. Ilie Chin is that no Jew will he admitted, the Clan being based on the gospel ot Jesus Christ. . It also stands against graft by pub lie olHce-holders, against the curse of mob violence or lynching, for sen sible patriotic immigration laws, and for freedom of speech.