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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKET. WHOLESALE BUYING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKtST. WHOLESALE BUYING J'JJl Wheat 5/ per bushel. Chaff, £4 10s to £5 per tou. Oats, os per bushel. Sheep Skins, 4d per 5b. Hides, 4d to 4A(1 per lb. Rabbit Skins. l'i<l per lb. Tallow, S/G per tin.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNG RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

YOUNG RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Hutter, 1 /'* per lb. Dairy Hutter, 1/- per lb. Kggs, Oil per dozen. Uueon, 3/2 per lb. Jlran. 1/8 per bushel, l'ollard, I/S per bushel.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Fighting Armies MUCH DEPENDS UPON AUSTRALIA. GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

Our lighting Armies MUCH DEPENDS UPON AUSTRALIA. GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S APPEAL. Responding to the toast of his health (proposed by Colonel Burns) at the Highland Society's luncheon at the Agricultural Ground on New Year*B Day, the Governor-General, Sir Ron ald Munro Ferguson.said: "To-day our thoughts go out U» our armies in the field, whither, ns at the time o£ Flodden, the 'flowers of the forest' are all gone and we are inspired, by the martial traditions ami the martial songs tfr Scotland, it is the songs of Burns and cf Scott that have introduced the Scottish people to the world, and inspired the world. Those songs to-day liavo more effect than any laws-at least than ,iay laws which I have taken any part iti pass ing for Scotland. "The watchword of Scotland has been shoulder to shoulder or, in the old Gaelic proverb, shoulder-blade to shoulder-blade-and it is in that sense that we stand to-day, for we hear of the London Scottish and of the old Highland 42nd fighting in the marshes o...

Publication Title: Young Witness
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

THE HUSTLERS THE HUSTLERS THE HUSTLERS THE MEN'S SHOP. WHERE CASH TELLS There is scarcely a home In this District for which this Store doesn't hold something that will prove as good an investment as money ever went into Time and again wa have prov ed to- buyers that our Cash Prices show a direct saving as compared to those obtaining elsewhere. We are always readyto nrove this fact to you. As an example \e quote the follow* inc list which witt give you a fair idea of the "Gilt-Edge" investments which we can offeryryou. MEN'S FELT HATS, any style, In tvlde, medium or | narrow leaf, right up to the minute^ shapes, 4/11. MEN'S WASHING ikATS, 1/6 and 1/11 MEN'S WHITE IlfolA GAUZE SIN GLETS, 1/3 eaclif. . MEN'S UNDER HLANNELS. (Dark Utoyvl/JLVejoCO HEN'S WHITE. DRILL TROUSERS, .1/9 each. MEN'S CREAM,- WHITE, or PAWN ' MERCERISED . POPLIN TROUS ERS 4/11 and 5/11 pair. MEN'S DARK.. GREY.. STRIPE TWEED TROUSERS, very special value, 3/U pair. MEN'S .. MERCERISED .. WHITE ..TWILL TENNIS SHIRTS...

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Dum-Dums. USED BY THE GERMANS. PROOF IN HOSPITALS. AMERICAN SYMPATHY WITH ALLIES. FREMANTLE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

Oum-Dums. USED BY THE GERMANS. PROOF IN HOSPITALS. AMERICAN SYMPATHY WITH ALLIES. FREMANTLE, Saturday. I Captain DuiT, of the steamer Harting i ton, which has just arrived from Tex as, states that there could be no doubt I about the sympathy of the Americans ! with the Allies. "It is only in quarters where there. I is a large German population," he I says, "that there is any admiration | for the enemy. President Wilson is 1 too level-headed to rush into trouble. Had Roosevelt been in power there might have been fireworks long ere this, as he is excitable and prone to rush into action. tv\Y!ille Germany and her ambassa dors are trying to gain the sympath ies of the neutral powers by spreading false reports, of atrocities by the Al lies, and partciularly by declaring that the liritish and French are using dum dum bullets, I have positive proof that 1 they themselves are guilty of inhum anity by using soft-nosed bullets. My wife is at present matron of the South .Malton hospital, in De...

Publication Title: Young Witness
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Britain's Hosts SIX ARMIES PROVIDED. EACH HAS THREE ARMY CORPS. BIG REORGANISATION ANNOUNCED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

Britain's Hosts SIX ARMIES PROVIDED. EACH HAS THREE ARMY CORPS. BIG REORGANISATION ANNOUNCED. ' Au Important announcement has been made by the War Office with reard to the British Army. The forces are to bo reorganised by the creation of a number of armies which will cach consist of three army corps. The lirst six armies will bo comman* ded by Lieutenant-General Sir Doug* lus Haig, LJeutennnt-General Sir H. L. Smith-Dorrien, Lientenant-General Sir Archibald Hunter, General Sir Ian Hamilton, General Sir Leslie Hundle and Lleutenui)t-General Sir Bruce Hamilton.

Publication Title: Young Witness
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

TUB POrUI.ARlTV OF THU FORD CAR CANNOT BE QUESTIONED. During the past Six Months 12 FORDS have been delivered locally-to difr criminating purchasers. FOLLOW THEIR EXAMPLE. INVEST IN A FORD. Price P.O.II. Sydn^/. TOURING CAR £210 RUNABOUT £190 Complete equipment and free driving tuition. ___ ^ ( THE Young Motor & JzCnjJ-meeri ug Co MAIN STREET YOUNG. . SOLE AGENTS. Xmas and New Year FROM CHEAPSIDE The Store of Bedrock Prices. Xmas. Week and a Week of Grand Specialities. We have pleasure in announcing the arrival of Xmas Specials suitable for gifts in all departments. A large and choice assortment of Autograph Stationery, I/-, 1/3, 1/0. 1/9 and 1/11 per box. Choice designs and selling fast. Ladies' Fancy Handkerchiefs, Gloves. Parasols, Lace Collars, Little Girls' Parasols and Perfumery at Special Xmas. Prices. A Very) Choice Selection of Ladies' Bags showing. The very latest' in all sizes and qualities at Special Bedrock Prices. A favourite line for Xmas Gifts direct from Jap...

Publication Title: Young Witness
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TENNIS REVIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

TENNIS REVIVAL. .nidging by the interest displayed in the lawn tennis tournament now in progress at Young, this fascinating outdoor amusement is intensely pop ular at Young. There must have been fully HOO spectators-almost as many as go to a race meeting at Young-on St. .Mary's Courts last Fri day. - It is a healthy recreation and we are pleased that it is receiving the attention the sport demands.

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Turks Attack Train ENTRENCHED NEAR RAILWAY. BROKEN HILL SENSATION. FOUR PICNICKERS KILLED. SEVEN OTHERS WOUNDED. POLICE SHOOT MURDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

! Turks Attack Train ENTRENCHED NEAR RAILWAY. BROKEN HILL SENSATION. FOUR PICNICKERS KILLED. SEVEN OTHERS WOUNDED. - POLICE SHOOT MURDERERS. On New Year's Day an oxtraordin nry attack was made by two Asiatics, side Brn1-LtrHn. ab°Ut Uv0 mlIes out" Side tiroken Hill, on the wav to Sil. verton The attackers from* an en wfth rtn posU'on llrert on the train with rifles, and killed four civilians K" n^0Um'C,tI six others. Subsequent ly the murderers were pursued and shot, after a. light with tlie police, In which a constable was wounded, _ The names of those killed arc: nllti M" £owie-' Friel"!rg Hotel, Hallway Town. A'way Town"'' Cobil" slrcet, ilall Wllllam Shaw, iMunicipal emplovee James Grelg, aged CO years, labT?: The names of the wounded are: III nV""aKl1' nsea 23 years, tall oress, Cummins street, shot , through the base of the skull; con' anion serious. . George F. Stokes, boy aged 15 years, corner of Cummins and Gar net streets shot in shoulder and chest; condition serious Thoma...

Publication Title: Young Witness
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LYCEUM PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

LYCEUM PICTURES. The local picture shows are out lor record smashing. Oil New Year's Night tho Lyceum Company .showed in the Town Hall, and so great was the crowd that the sale of tickets had to he stopped. The programme was a good one, and included several pic tures taken ou the hatttleliclds 1 J) 1 gium.

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Xmas Tree for Belgians [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

iXmas Tree for Belgians Mrs. T. McKay, Main street, arran* ged a Xyias Tree for her two little daughters Audrey and Doreen, about 50 children attended, each of whom brought presents of useful and beau tifully made clothing for the Belgian children. No. 7 Main St., presented a very gay appearance on Xmas after noon. The verandah being decorated with Hags of the Allies, whilst over the gate floated in the breeze a silk Belgian flag (made by Mrs. McKay). The little guests were received by Audrey McKay-in the uniform n£ a Belgian nurse, and her little sister Doreen as a Belgian refugee baby-at* tired In old and odd garments, just as a*«y MHle on»j fleoins front Belgium might be toi the hurry of leaving her home/ Games of all kinds were in dulged in and after the gifts, had been removed from the tree, a real live white Oleander-afternoon tea of a most sumptuous description was given to the guests-every aak-3, jelly ct<:" 1 was decorated in Red, White and Blue -as were the tabl...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RESTFUL MANLY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

RESTFUL MANLY. "Who of us liavo not enjoyed the peace and calm of JFanly? And yet, but few linvo fehatod on its glorious picturesqupness, as viowed from tho roof garden of ''Tho Pooplos' Palaoo." Belgmvo Stroet (Manly). This pala tial residential hotel fills a long felt wa£t for country visitors, in, that it provides all modern appointments aw! oxcellent euishio nt the moderate tariff of &/. per day, or 27/0 per week, #*Tc thoso who enjoy tasty home cooking, tho I meals will particularly appeal, price for I which is l/-."Mt is two minutes walk I to beach, and less by tram to wharf.

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THE WAR. DEVELOPMENTS IN EASTERN THEATRE. GERMANS PUZZLING MOVEMENTS THE POSITION IN GALICIA. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

THE WAK. DEVELOPMENTS IN EASTERN THEATRE. GERMANS PUZZLING MOVEMENTS THE POSITION IN GALICIA. I ' TJ10 ne«,» from the eastern fruit yesterday is the lirst of a definite kind that wo have hud for some £Ch, .,0f Im"G,ui|nK change in tile situation there. It, will he re Si".efed ""lt son,e dn>'H aK0 "» un- I omcial message from Petrograd report ed a Russian uttack upon the German I comnum cations between Thorn and the Imttletront west of Warsaw. It was stated that a considerable force had heen concentrated in the neigh borhood ot I'locli, and that the Jtus slaii artillery was shelling the Thorn Ijowlez railway. It is only by some such movement as this that the Itus slans can dislodge the Germans from their present front in Poland, without I paying the cost of heavy frontal at tacks. lt is Hhidenberg's "tender Hank and as soon as the German at tacking force near Mlawa was defeat ed it seemed that a Russian Hank movement to the north of Warsaw was ' in progress. l «»e reported withdra...

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Wheat Export to Victoria. N.S.W. GOVERNMENT'S ACTION TQ BE TESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

Wheat Export Victoria. N.S.W. GOVERNMENT'S ACTION TQ BE TWSTHD. The Federal Attorney-General (Mr. Hugos) on Monday afternoon made the first move In the direction of chal lenging the action of the New South Wales Government, In prohibiting the export of wheat from Now South Wales to Victoria. The plaint of the Federal Government Is, in substance interference with the Interstate trade aud that plaint was served to-day on the Interstate Commission which will proceed at once to summon witnesses. The onus of proof Is on the Com monwealth Government which prnoo* ses to test the validity of the State Government's action, Tlio present move Is tlio outcome of the deputation of wheat growerp to Mr. Hughes on Thursday last. The caso will be the first of Its kind in Australia.

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STANDARD PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

STANDARD PICTURES. This company showed to a to ml | hon.se on Saturday night, notwitlistan i ding the increased prices for that night on account of the special attrac tion of Miss Morrison's singing. The programme was n reaily high class 0110. irrespective of the extra attrac tion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Ail Advertisements in This Column ' 3 lines for(1/...One Inch, 3/, 1 Q1 ^ --Subscriptions for 1915 to XOJ-<s. thQ WITNESS may now be paid. 15/ per year if paid in advancc. If not paid during January, the price will be 18/. Secure the dlscouut by paying in advancc. T>UV Your Christmas Cards from the VANBRUGH COV. SALI3.-Quantity Good Furni A ture. "Only in use four months. Cheap.-Apply Sirs. Cannon, Burrowa street. A M BETING of the Pull Committee of RED CHOSS will be held in Phoenix Room, Town.Hall, on Friday, aftornoon, 8th inst., at 4 o'clock to receive account of work/to .'{1st De cember, and other important business. -L. A. METCALFE, hon. sec. "\TARRIED Couple require sliiuition on Station.-Starling, The Ncijt, Uurrowa Street (next cottage to C.ituu* man's garden). TpOR SALE.-One Pony Turnout. Price, 130. Quiet p my, suii lady. -Apply Witness Ollice. T OCAL Views for Absent Friends. Christinas "lioxea -l/'J at The Vanbrugh Coy. : pRESENTS for...

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NEW YEAR'S EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

NEW YEAR'S EVE. The Town Hand rendered a suitable programme in the park about mid night, with "Auld Lang Syne" as the old year died. We noticed many eolebratins In the truly Scotch l'nshion with hands crossed. Not a few drank the toast of the old or the new-we do not know which*

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Rainfall Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

Rainfall Statistics. win;: 1S73 1S74 1S75 1W 1S77 1S7S 1579 1S80 1SS1 18S2 1S83 1SS4 1S85 1886 1887 1888 1889 1S90 1891 180*2 issa 1894 3895 ISOli 1897 1S9S 1S99 IMtt 19C1 1902 190*3 3001 1905 190G 1907 111US 1909 1910 1911 1912 1.') 1914 HI." -u .hin uiry lst> 3873:-* j rtisbUMcd at Young run. Fell. Mar. Al»l. M«.v Ji»e. Jly. Oct. Nor. Uoc. 512H57 29iJU8jloS|455jl!>8|27S|255! |2;i< 1601314 521 2«4|334|ajiS a24|315j2o8 102 -- " 16 267l3SGl(iSo 111;274 1,lft 1 GO GS 322 142 13G(2C5j3;JG3 t 233 141 292 3G4 10S| 4G|274 i 321406 97i - 15U| 42 H631 951299 02 100 321159 40(115 -isia 241104 8U0|115 1481 40 8411430 55)129 S3i240 67|3S1 7nll3oi 4Gi339[4Sli220|G15 111 liniissiani #5j440.«»jss5 277 372 200|37SIJiaS;24-l 1321S7|15S l is -;:!JSf227l 82,2171170,381 5B|lOG;250j243ll57|3Sl 37|0ul 102 93i222jl50|233 170 255,390 120 75'27Stl57(430| 55: 9KI253,200;17S 49 179 S2I357I 20jl73|147j OS 106 50 134i2G9| 53|244;G11|144|230 r i ,'.i i ?/. vuj'ir." 111 357i S8 l5Sj5S5 501j 15 1...

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RAINFALL FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

RAINFALL FOR 1914. The rainfall for 3014 was about nine Inches below the average. The to tal tall only amounted to 16.47 inches. The t'alls each month were as follow: -Januarv 150, February March 55:J4, April 2VA, May 117. June 94. July ISO, August 1, September 3i!5, October !I0, November 114, December 250.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

GORDON & GAR LING -SOLICTOR S. LYN'CII STRKIST. VO UNCI. Koorawatha visited every Saturday. .Murrumburrah, Harden and other centres by appointment. Special consideration given to Land Hoard mutters. Money to Lend on ail classes of se curity in large or smalt sums.

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