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DISTRICT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
DISTRICT STOCK SALES. Wimhcombe. Carson 1 Ail. .report I At llomebush on Thursday \vr» sold ( sticker lambs from Hathaway Hros., ( Milvah* to 27/10; xbreri suckers. A. j GomlyelU (ironfell to 2tts hi: xbrcd - suckers It. Burke. Cowra. to 21s lUd I aitd 'mirjrets to 2-ls Id: xbred suck or.« II. \V. Keadbpater, Lyndhurst, to
TO-DAY'S HOMEBRUSH SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
TO-DAY'S HOMKBl'SII SALES Nineteen thousand sheep anil thir ty one hundred cattle were ottered at Homebush to-day. Koth markets ruled very firm at the best level of the previous sale day. Winchcombe Carson sold eitfht bullocks and steers from H. N. Walker. Forbes, to &U 0/\ averaging i'10 17s; three heifers i at *»i> crossbred suckers for S. ! Finn, Woodstock. 21/7; crossbred puckers for G. Oooley, Woodstock, at i 21.'7: ewes for I>. I.. Hall. Harmed, i man at 22/T>; crossbred suckers for I W. A. Hrown, Wairtra, at U2/7.
HIDES AND SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
HIDES AND SKINS. fiijrlit hides 1-Sd lower; medium" and heavier Id to id dearer at the Sydney sales on Friday. Country heavies made from lid to -lid \vv diuni li/d to fid; lijyht ttid to *lid per lb. Sheep skins very firm; half to full wool merinos made from 124d to J yd; xbredtf 10d to HWd: hurry lots relatively lower at Win elu-omhe. Carson's sales.
WOMBAT CHURCH BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
WOMBAT CHURCH BAZAAR. Church has been prepared for, for some months past, but only during the coming week could the commit tee secure the new hull for the carry iri& out of a bazaar. A choice and Valuable quantity of jrouifo will be -afc the disposal of the public, and a* the object is a trond one, viz., the deduction* of the debt on the church ?K?e Afid (convent which has been drafting oh for some years. The organisers &tfcust that the Wombat folk will live £&'.' i lip to thei rreputation of jyencroKity T . opd loyalty to works carried on in i \ tljeir midst. The Convent board v^';, ? lift? school is a hive of life and activ -ity^Worthy to be maintained by . the . energy of the citizens, as it is ?t'--T . theobject of attraction for parents ?§;\- ohcpL'fiiidVen for miles around. . The '???» Irfdy atall-holders are working with a will to make this bazaar a great fin -V''.1 aneial;.sweeps. It is the fir.st of its kind'held in the new hall, and is sure* to prov...
MOTORING TO THE CHERRY ORCHARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
MOTORING TO THE CHERRY ORCHARDS. It is estimated that at least JJiO . motor cars passed through McLerie «ti*eet yesterday en route to the v°w* nvroad cherry orchards. Forty "pass od*a given j«pofc in -15 minuter at one poViod of the afternoon. Five "Liz zies". went past together. Many of thfe ears "contained visitors from neighbouring towns to Young's fam ous orchards. Motor traffic on all cjifetrict roads yesterday was very heavy. During the next few weeks thie orchards will be at their best.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
R - Primus Engineering Outfits TT* SJly'Sns^cona,?6 Australian Boy. UCIONAL TOY WITH WOOD AND METAL (Primus lEngiiittcrine ih,. t.>v r*. unlimited possibilities in k,;-i !->r 1(1 of model*. It offers liiel03, etc. The "uui ' , stin ,""1 wn''ki»S machines, v«. made ol' liotli wood ,,,'i , " , &lt;>f well designed parta, models can bo made'ti,',, " greater variety or should be the liroud'mvh !.. -"'r T":il''uellouaI l°ys- Every hoy with porfoct ease, limtlelV nr i « "I""11. 0u,llt-110 can tllon lm"11 ^iORcon^1 6, -SS: 1 I" :: : .7- ^ NO. 3 473 23/ N0-4 ?? " :: :: :: :::: ::t% BOUGHT I N LONDON. w. F. GILBERT TficN&lt;J40' Stewart's ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE SaSHe? Sldi"?p,S5ScJ!S,?f Te bronchial A POWEItFUI, LUNG TONIC. hnno'Lhlf «-i°HAST1rBIA aml EUONCHITIS '.vill be found most PRirP ?/r ppb "for chronic nature. PRICE 2/6 PER BOTTLE. OBTAINABLE ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA ST. YOUNG. 'PHONE 158. ?.Vjnntry Ordaro packed Fit BE and Bent the Sam» Dm. E...
A CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
A CORRECTION. .In our report of Wednesdays poi ice court proceedings it WHS stated in , error that "C. Howson was (inert il and 8» null for riotous behaviour on j Murrumburrah roiul." whereas the fine wds lnllictcd on a defendant named' Hopsbn. the charge against &lt;. HWacm having bee" withdrawn by , tho police. We gladly make the, ?foregoing correction ami regret thi tj-rol', which resulted in a confusion of names by our reporter in the liur&lt; rled transcription of his injtes. Mr. W. J. Smith, stock inspectoi of the Young I' ll'- district, is at present in Sydney on his annual leave. _____ . Owing to the Christmas holidays I tiie next meeting of the I . 1 . Board will be held a week earlier than us nal. viz.. oil December l;ith.
CARNIVAL IN S.H. HOSPITAL GROUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923
CARNIVAL IN S.H. HOSPITAL i GROUNDS. A carnival wh«&lt;ich will be held Hi tpe' Sacred Heart Hospital grounds on Wednesday evening, in aid of the Queen competition, wjj] be well wor thy of a visit from everyone. Bus iness will Mart in the afternoon at o'clock and will be maintained till :i late hodr at night, The Hand has been engaged to march at the head of a torch light procession, and will atart from the Royal Hotel corner at 7 p.m. A wedding party, with full attendants, will be the centre of at traction and the man who never li cit will explode at the attentions of the bride and bridegroom. The route of the profusion will be through Hurrowa and Campbell streets. nn« tr» entrance of the hospital. Games of all sorts will be provided, fruit in sfeoson and out of .season, will be freely dispensed, colli and hot Ice* creams: strawberries and coffee, Mecca and Antioeh will be rifled for treasurer new and old; all to be dis posed of for the decoration of the "Queen of Sheba." A...