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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

GORDON &GAIILING -SOLICTOR S. LYNCH STKEET, YOUNG. Koorawatha visited every Saturday. Murrumburrali, Harden and other centres by appointment. Special consideration given to Land Hoard matters. Money to Lend on all classes ot se curity In large or small sums.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Young Witness With which is Incorporated THE BURRANGONG ARGUS FRIDAY, JANUARY 8th. Letter from Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

"-jjfomtg pfttncss With which Is Incorporated THE BURRANGONC ARGUS FiUDAY, JANUARY 8th. Letter from Egypt. This morning, the following loiter was received from Corporal Harold Morrison by his parents, telling of the arrival in Egypt of the Expeditionary ".We arrived here about S a'clock this (Homing. I was rather sick as there was au extra heavy sea running, but i was alright by the time we were anchored. I was surprised at the size of Port Said, but this iilace seems much larger, there are build* lugs along the coast from t should say G to 7 miles. Many old ruins amongst them. There is what is left of a large castle quite close to us. Our boat is with a few others and are anchored In the harbour wnitlng our turn to dis embark-expect it will be Monday or Tuesday. The harbour is filled with vessels, a good mauy of them were captured off the Germaus and dozens of sailing vessels. I am get ting quite used to sec foreign Hags flying on vessels and buildings. There are dozens of Arabs an...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORD MOTOR CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

FORD MOTOR CARS. Ford, Ontario, October, 1914.-The motor car is playing a part of groat importanco in the present European war and putting a complexion o transportation features vastly differ ent from that of any. previous armed conflict. One of the first announce merits concerning Germany's mobili sation was the fact that a score or more of officers crossed tlio Belgium border In motor cars, in advance of thoir troops. . Of the thousands of cars of all des criptions now in use for various pur poses of warfare, the large proportion by far is Fords. The French Govern ment impressed all the taxlcabs of Far Is and a large proportion of these are Fords. Russia lmd already pur chased a largo number ot Fords for military purposes, and Is now using theni for practical duties of actual warfare. In England, too, the Ford Is playing an Important ana very ac tive part In tho military operations. In time of war the government takes what it needs whether the object Is pri vately owned or not. Un...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Meat Market. ... WILL PRICES RISE HIGHER?... [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

The Meat Market. ..WILL PRICES RISE HIGHER?.. The question oI ft still further in crease in the price of meat is being discussed by the local butchers, and housewives are not viewing the pros* pects in a very favorable light. It is explained that if higher prices were socured for stock at Homebush higher prices would also have to bo paid by the butchers of Young, inas much as the local sellers would find it more profitable to transport their stock to the Sydney yards. And the prices have gone up at Homebush. On Monday the figures obtained for good beef were estimated to he the highest since the drought. A yard ing of bullocks reached- to £18 15s, while sheep advanced from 1/6 to 2. per head. The prices now charged are considered by most people to be somewhat on the high side, and the feeling is that a further rise would be exorbitant. However, the butchers say that the charges are unavoidable, and that they are not making any pro fits in their businesses. In fact, it is said, that i...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

..STOPS THIS PAIN INSTANTLY... The pain caused by n bum or scald will be Instantly relieved if Dr. Shel* don's Magnetic Liniment Is applied. A most useful household remedy to a I ways have on hand. Price 1/G ami 3/. Obtainable at W. K. Weeden's. SERIOUS CHANCES. ARE TAKEN IN NEGLECTING A SIMPLE CASE OK PILES. Any persou takes ncrious chances in neglecting nn attack of plies. This ailment lias a tendency to become chronic, and there la. also danger of ulceration, and forming of Hstiila, both very dilllcnlt to cure. The safest re medy for any form of piles, whether Itching or protruding, is Doan's Oint ment. It causes no detention from daily occupation, and the niuuy cures raude by It have made it famous in every corner of the world. It enjoys a greater demand, and more enthus iastic popularity than any other pile remedy ever placed on the market. iVIr. Sydney Bell, Commission agent, lato of Young, and now living at Wee Waa, says: "I have been suffering ter ribly with Itching piles. T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PANAMA CANAL. FIRST VESSEL TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

PANAMA CANAL. FIUST VICSSHI, TO AUSTRALIA. It is claimed'by the ofllcers of the s,8. Vimiera, which has arrived in Melbourne, that their vessel is the first to arrive in Australia after pass ing through the Panama Canal. Al though the passage is open to traffic, the formal opening will uot take place until next spring. Tiio b.S. Ancon, of tiic Panama Hailroad line, was the llrflt ship to negotiate tlio canal, and had on board Colonel Goethals, the Governor of the Canal Zone, who is ialso the constructor of this great work. The trip was a purely oincial one, and the Ancon flew the Hag of peace. August 15 was the day on which the Ancon allowed the way, and on September 28th the Vluilera passed through.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROOF AGAINST FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

PROOF AGAINST FiRE. It is an old but true saying that, "When your neighbour's house is ou Are, look after yjar own." J4ave' you ever thought what would occur if your own house caught fire. Iu country towns most homes are buUt %si wood and once they catch or. lire they're gone. But no amount of insurance money can replace the reilca end arti cles destroyed. The best pre;er.ta>] tlve known against fire is Wuaderlich Steel Wall Linings and Art Ceilings. They can be affixed to the oldest walls and poorest ceilings. Beery person who values or takes prld* in his home should at least send tor one of Wunderlich's illustrated bojKlcts, en* titled "Ceilings for the Horn?" nud just see what beautiful adornments they have to offer.,

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VISIONS OF WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

VISIONS OF WEALTH. visit us all, at times, but are not likely to come true without the good health which will enable us to grasp the wealth that continual striving brings. Nothing is so sure to pull down the vitality as the constant Colds, Coughs, and Catarrh, which afUict so many people, and nothing will so surely pre* vent those weakening diseases as Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds, that remarkable curative medicine for all disorders o£ the Nose, Throat and Lungs. This new scien tific specific- is unsurpassed. It will quickly relievo the most obstin* ate Coughs the worst cases of Hoarse ness, Soro .Throat, or Catarrhal dis charge trom thek eyes or nose. It Is guaranteed. Try it. Price 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at W. F. Weed en's.

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Servers and Shirkers PROPOSED ROLL OF HONOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

Servers and Shirkers PROPOSED ROLL OF HONOUR. Speaking in Holy Trinity Church, Kelso, near ttathurst, on Sunday, Arch deacon Oakes said that the able-bodied young men could be divided into two classes, servers and shirkers. When he met, at u time like this, young men who should be serving the Empire strolling about the streets, or in a half-drunken state in front of an hotel shouting out something about the J'cowardly Germans," he was stirred with a feeling of shame and sorrow which ho should not care to describe. This was a time when no excusc could avail for shirking a solemn duty, not withstanding the reality of the dan* gers and privations and perils which such service meant. He applauded Bishop Long's suggestion that u roll of 'honour should be placed in every church of the Diocese, whore the names of those who had freely offered their lives to their country might be inscribed. Might shirkers blush with shame to know that their names wero not there, too. .

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

GENERAL NEWS. There are 'several diphtheria pat ients at the Grenfell hospital at pre* sent. The greatest floods Tor 20 years have occurred In the valley of the Thames. ' **A tram jumped the rails at St. Pe ters, and ran into a post: One pas senger was severely Injured. A coach capsized near Mundoolun (Q.) and out of 11 passengers aboard Ave were injured, two of them serious ly. \ Another forged 10s note of the same kind as the three already found was received at the Treasury on Wed nesday. The assistant secretary ot the Treasury (Mr. Collins) is of opin ion that the forgery had not attained nuy great dimensions, and this is due ho thinks in a large measure to the early publicity given to the fraud. On Christmas Eve a Slngletou resi dent sent a' telegram to Sydney con veying the news that a hamper of Christinas poultry was on Its way by J train. The destination of the tele gram was within 200 yards of the Gen eral Post Office, but it was not till late oil the following Monday-four d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

FELL IN LOVE WITH IT And BOUGHT IT STRAIGHT AWAY. BUT WHAT ELSE ! A F®^0 OAR Sydney Prices. THE Young Motor and Engineering Works, Ltd. The Only Ford Depot. 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, 1/6, 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 Japan, beauti ful in design, good in quality. Bedrock in Price is Japanese Antinomy Ware in Jewel Cases, Stud Boxes, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Hair and Clothes Brushes, Ladies' Mirrors,and Photo.Frames. Ladies! Pay a v...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPMENT OF THOROUGHBRE[?]S. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

SHIPMENT OF THOROUGHBREDS. A valuable shlpmcul of thorough* bred horses left England for Au?tra Ha by the steamship Runic. Only one liorse was landed In Melbourne. This was Cyklon, by Spearmint (son of Carbine) from Cyanean. Nine horses are on board the Runic for Syd* uey. They comprise-Quarrender (4 yrs., by Mountain Apple-Hackler mare); Hecate (3yrs., by Itadium-Ga Hnthia); Cluster (3yrs., by Ian-Star Diamond; Donore (4yre., by William the Third-Aboyne); Lady's Day (2 yrs., hy Wuffy-Gooffros); Princess Patricia "(2yrs., by Long Tom-White Collar; Munificent (2 yrs., by Marco vil-Lady Bountiful). The Belgian (2yrs., by Carpathian-Nutbloom); and an unnamed colt, three years old i by Symington from Veneration, (dam of'Craganour-. Accordeons and Concertinas at 8yd* oey prices at Paling's,

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Red Cross. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

Red Cross. Knitting clauses will resume work on the lGtli .'last. (Friday) at 3 p.m. in Epworth Hull. Socles are urgently required-those hand made much preferred. Mrs. I'urclias lias already made 24 pairs on the Wombat knitting machine and which are al most equal to those knitted by hand. Will those who can knit kindly attend or Rend socks for our foot weary sol* dlors? There must be many who can knit, who have not already helped. Members of Mufflers class please meet at Mrs. Metcalfe's residence on Mon day afternoon, 1st February at 2.30 p.m. Classes be held there weekly until further notice. There is room for several new members and there is a new and easy style of muffler to be made. Mmbers please bring n coarse darning needle or coarse steel crochet hook. Sewing meetings will be re sumed on February 2nd at 2.30 p.m. nt the V. and A. Hall. Donations of flannel, flanelette or cotton shirting, tape, cotton, and buttons will be thank fully accepted by Mrs. Tester. A cheque for £3 13...

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Wheat Experiments PLOTS AT HARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

Wheat Experiments I PLOTS AT HARDEN. The wheat experiment plots sown by the Department of Agriculture on thtf farm of Mr. 13. J. Stocks, Cun ningham, Harden, gave very fair re turns on a rainfall of 4!J inches during, the growing period. The crop was put in In the middle of May on fallow ed land, which had been manured for the previous crop of wheat. The1 plots were manured with G6lb. of sup erphosphate per acre, unless other wise stated. The following were tho aero yields:- * bus. lbs. Cleveland 0 41 Rymer 13 32 Bomen 15 9 Federation 15 41 Canberra 11 20 Yandilla King 15 55 Ditto (acclimatised seed) ..14 4 Ditto (no manure) 11 32 Ditto (841bs. super) 18 33 Ditto (381bs. super) 14 24 Ditto (561b. bone dust and super) ...... 14 2 Ditto (5Glb. basic slag) .... 12 31 Ruakura oats 32 3G A proportion of the ears of the Can berra was frosted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

Commonwealth Afeffiank of BusttaUa » HEAD OFFIOE '### SVONEV Bit telii U opra tor 1] dm:, of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS u 8TANWAY HOUSE, KINO STREET, SYDNEY ssfjusz t * «-< 28S& wealth;. United Klnydom And abroad. Currtat aowuntam«n<M ?r, , *'thln iha Commoa. Xot&bon »ad» tgi&tt apprond wcuriUel U opened* lnt,rtu P*W oa (bad drpalu ? - ? SAVINGS DANK DEPARTMENT Mff. Brano* Offlcoi 001 OAOTLCREAQH OYRBBT <top of Moor® 0*.% avnnxv BKtOit, In th. .boT. cities .nl 2,000 «E0h0l00 .. Pm omct, (hroojhoot th. 0bmmOfJ2Il 0 popo.lt. from 1/- to eaoo. Intoreot at Vpcr.T,,"^ Os|>«>«> or Wlthtfrawnl. s>j b« m.d. .t «n, Enoch or irene, wlain lb.clnm.® J. U1IB1 KKLL DOTr -.ran. Itu. DElitBQH 2^ Are you sure that the Grain Drill that you arc planning to buy is the one that is best for you Is it the one that will sow the most J evenly and cause you the least annoy- £ ance and stoppage ----- Can you get it at the right price and ^ on ...

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ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. Alice Ruby Bentley was charged with on the 2nd Jauuary, attemptius to commit suicide. Dr. David Kerr said that he was called by telephone from the Barren gong Hotel to see a girl who was said to have poisoned herself. He pro ceeded to the hotel and met the de fendant running along the road. She attempted to get away and witness cauglit her and took a knife from her with which she attempted to cut bur throat. She stated she had taken matches. He took her to the ttur rangong District Hospital. He saw a letter which he handed to the pol ice. She had all the Bymptoms of phosphorous poisoning. He advised | .that she be sent to Sydney for further 'treatment. Sergeant Wood stated that at 0 o'clock 'on Monday night laat Uo saw Thomas Bentley (accused father) who handed him a bottle and contents (pro duced). Yesterday at the hospital he saw defendant and in reply to ques tions as to what made her sick ou Saturday last, she said she had dis solved a box and a half of wax ma...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUARTER SESSIONS AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1915. (Before Mr. [?]stice Senoles). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

. -., I QUARTER SESSIONS AND OIS- I TRIOT COURTS FOR 1915. (Before Mr. tlco 3cnoIea). ?otwir.Sa?r««uMu./. Murch Grbnfell, Tuesday, April 13 (2 p.m.) Cowra, Tuesday, Aplrl 20t'i. Young,. Wednesday, 4th August. . Grenfoll, Tuesday, August 10 2 p.m. Cowra, Tuesday, 17th August. Young, ? Tuesday. 30th November. . Grenfell, Tuesday, December 7tlt at 2 p.m. At Cowra, Tuesday, December .Ulh.

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The Empire's Needs RAISING THE SECOND MILLION MEN. HOW ARE THEY TO BE OBTAINED? [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

The Empire's Needs RAISING THE SECOND MILLION MEN. HOW ARE THEY TO BE OBTAINED? The."Times" says the task of rais ing the second army of a million men is one of the greatest magnitude and some perplexity. While, added the paper, "we hope the voluntary service will continue to supply the needs, we hold the view that the hugeness of the undertaking should not be a cause of reluctance to consider and discuss the possible necessary alternative of con* scription. We have been five months at war and are only beginning the [ task. We must not palter with'des tiny, but face the issue with calmness and foresight." The military cor respondent of the "Times" says the three great needs of the Empire to-day are armies, overseas drafts to main* tain them, and home defence forces. It is necessary for the Government to explain how the required numbers can be obtained.

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"Shrivelled Souls." PARSIMONIOUS CITIZENS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

"Shrivelled Souls " PARSIMONIOUS CITIZENS. In the course of his address at u special war service at All Saints' Cath edral, Bathurst, on Sunday, the Bishop of Bathurst (Dr. Long) said:-"Our vision must be fixed on noble means. One cannot restrain a shiver of re* pugnance at the shrivelled souls who live-if llvo it be- through these stir ring days; and know no Inrush of great motive forces, and are untouch ed by the sparkling heroisms of their age. I rate the nerveless, parsimon ious. unfeeling citizens of our own State at a vastly lower scale of moral worth than the legions of the Kaiser. Not a few instances of this type of citizen have come to my notice, one that of a wealthy man In one of our wustera towns, who has refused to give a shilling to any fund whatever. It is too early in the day to abolish hell, as some of our modern friends desire."

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Roosevelt's Plain Talk CULT OF COWARDICE. WHAT AMERICA FAILED TO DO. WASHINGTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915

Roosevelt's Plain Talk CULT OF COWARDICE. WHAT AMERICA FAILED TO DO. WASHINGTON, Tuesday. The article .which Mr. Theodore Roosevelt has contributed to the "In 1 dependent,' Is entitled "Utopia or hell," and Is most vigorous in tone and terms. While a breach of an international agreement, such as the invasion of Belgium was the gravest kind of wrongdoing (he writes) the Wilson Administration's selfish indif ference to a permanent and righteous peace by refusing the action neces sary to clear America's skirts from the guilt of acquiescence thereto, was n much worse crime. If he (Mr. Roosevelt) lmd known when signing the Hague Convention, that it was merely a pious wish, not intended to be observed, he would never have been a party to such a mischievous pro ceeding. The United States, owing to President Wilson's action, was maintaining an ignoble peace, and re garding with indifference the frightful ravages against an unoffending coun try which it had sworn to preserve inviolate. * Suc...

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