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SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
SALES. Ttlesday, 2nd March.-J. F. Dwyer will hold an Important Clearing Sale at Tubbul, on account of Mr. J. Wall. Horses, Machinery, Wheaten Hay, Furniture, etc. Sale at 11 a.m. Tuesday,. 2nd March.-C. K. Roso aitd Co. (Cowra) will sell at Greene thorpe, 100 head of superior Horses, commencing fit 10 a.m. Included in the yarding will be three polo ponies belonging to Mr. Crawford Greene, of Itindra, who has gone to the war. Wednesday, March 3rd, at Wombat -Rights of Wombat J. C. Autumn Meeting at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 4th:-(Messrs. C. H. Ellcrmau and Co.), 12 noon: Sale of Young T. C. Rights; 2.30 p.m.. Light and Draught Horses. Saturday, March Gth.-C. H. Eller. man and Co's. Fortnightly Stock Sales.
SPORTING GUNDAGAI RACES. ST. NITA WINS DOUBLE. (Special for the Witness). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
SPORTING GUNDAGAI RACES. ST. NITA WINS DOUBLE. (Special for tlio Witneaa). The annual meeting of the Gunda gai Turf Club opened on Wednesday in the proaence of a fair attendance. Re sults : Opening Handicap, G furlongs.-Mul lengeen 1, Tigero 2, Dunacles 3. Other barters, Memi, Pender, Welumba. Bet ting: f> to 2 Memi, 3 to 1 Mullengeen, or Dunacles, -1 to 1 Welumba or Tig eroo, 5 to 1 Pendor. Mullengeen was first out and Pondor wns last to makq n start. Mullengeen made all the running, and won comfortably by three lengths. Time 1.16. Maiden Plate, G furlongs.-Oscula orcss (Park)mrst), 1; Zoon (WinsIItt) 2; Posi-lsle (A. Higglns), 3. .Other starters: D.K. (Stanmore), Lady Bell mount (W. Megchan), Majestic King (Fegrum), Jack Pollock (Atdridgc). Betting: 2 to 1 Osculatoress, 3 to 1 Zoon, 5 to 1 the field.' The field mov ed away with the exceptio nor Majes tic King who did not leav.e the barrier until the field had gone half a fur long. Entering the straight, Oscula toreHH wa3 hT cli...
The Fruit Show. A SUCCESSFUL EVENT. SPLENDID EXHIBITION OF FRUIT [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
The Fruit &How. A .SUCCESSFUL EVENT. SPLENDID EXHIBITION OF FRUIT Yesterday tuts annual show under the auspices of tbo Young Fruitgrow ers Union was opened |n tile Town Hall. Tlio attendance was larnr both in tlio afternoon and evening' which was very gratifying to the As sociation. Tile display or fruit was truly an eye-opener. The quality was excellent, and there was plenty of it The largo hall presented a very at tractive appearance, and tlio fruit was displayed on Ions tables running the full width of the now extension. Table after tablo was loaded with the choi cest fruits of the orchard-every varie ty was on show, apples, peaches, cra pes, pears, preserved fruits, nuts Jams, wines, .etc. It wa3 truly a' splendid collection, and one well wor \vLn£n,an1y Browing district. When such an exhibition can be giv en of the products of the orchard Iti a practically rainless year, the show that would bo on view in a good year can be imagined. The collections wero splendid, some o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
sinaaKBEfesis; && BE?* IS £g£~> AIR-TIGHT TINS ©IS^?S2©: I% m l(ii 'W&Wt 1 ^ ^ ^ -^ AN END TO MOULDY or DRY TOBACCO!! *. *r Wilier c.nr.ot offect tfco conditio of "CHAMPION." f £«n, m«W 2 C.-. T#« Cf/ziK/tATr/rD-Mnf 7ESTCD UNDER PRESSURE. AIR-TIGHT TINS. CHAMPION TOBACCO (lwTn) PIPES DO NOT CRACK OR BURN. ..'Mothers use Ashton & Persons' Infants' Powders lor tic Little Prlnccs and k Prlncesscs during the time of teething and for fretfulness and the many ailments common to infancy. ASIITON INFANTS'. EOWDEKS arc Intended to easo pain and soothe the child; check stomach! disorders; correct the motions; relieve fever, restlessness, fretful ness, and similar troubles incidental to the teething period; and are useful in delayed or unduly prolonged dentition. Supplied by Royal Commnnd to IM IJ. THE DOWAGER EMPRESS OF RUSSIA H.R.fl. THE DUCHESS OP FIFE H.R.H. THE CROWN PRINCESS OF ROUMANIA H-I.II.THE GRAND DUCHESS OLGA OF RUSSIA IJ.R !!. PRINCE CAROL OF RO...
GENERAL NEWS. CONSTABLE BUCHAN PROMOTED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
(pNEI® :^EWS. ? CONSTABLE BU.CHAN PROMOTED. ! Blhulong, Feb. 24.-Constable Buch-. [ no, of Blnalong, lias, received intinm- ; . tioii of his removal to a station iu the! Broken Hill district, where ho -will be 1n chargdl- Ho has been stationed hero for about two and a half years, and duringthat tirao has proved him self a very rniart oflicer and his pro motion is well-earned. During his stay hero ho had somo rough custom ers to deal with, one being the notod Larkin, at Galong, in which case Con stable Buch'an received a great amount of praise from headquarters for arrest ing that criminal. . Tho general pub lic of Binalong and district will f ol sorry to hear of Mr. and Mrs. Buch ail's removal from Binalong, but they will bo very pleased to know of the constable's promotion.-Constable Bu chan was stationed at Young prior to taking up duty at Blnalong.
CROWN LEASE AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
CROWN LEASE AVAILABLE. Young Land District, one block of C89 acres, being portion 04, parish of Gungowalla, county of Monteagle; about 5 miles from Murringo, and about 18 miles from Young; undulat ing country of . felsltlc formation; thickly timbered with stringybark, bo:; apple and gum; primarily grazing country, but parts might be cultivated when cicared; no permanent natural surfacc water uupply; mean annual rainfall about 2G inches. Capital value, £519 15s. Annual rent for first period ot 15 years, £0 9s lOd. . Avail able 22nd March, 1915. (Crown Lease Area, No. 1,70G.)
SWIMMING MOTORISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
SWIMMING MOTORISTS. Wombat, Feb. 24.-In tho storm of rain on Frldny last, Mr.-Gilbert Bar ry and a passenger In his motor car had a sensational experience 'in the Wombat district. They were sudden ly overwhelmed with a flood that com pletely covcred the car, and the oc cupants had to swim out. The car had to be left tillttho following day, before It could be used.
MURRUMBURRAH DISTRICT FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
MURRUMBURRAH DISTRICT FLOODS. Murrumburrah, Feb. 21.-Ono of the severest thunderstorms experienced here for years passed over the district on Friday, .and did considerable dam* age to both public and private proper ty. Both the shire and municipal councils are heavy lo^era. - An import ant bridge on the road between hero and, Yonng was carried away, as were, also two bridges In town. A number of cattle were drowned, and. tons of pumpkins, melons,'i2tc., were,.swept away. In the lower portion of .the town,' several houses were flooded; and the School of Arts had a' foot of water and mud .deposited in its base ment.' Mr. W. C." H. Roberts esti mates hla* loss from fencing taken away at from £200 to £300. Mr. F. Dwyer and others in that neighbour hood also lost more or less heavily, In the same direction. The rain, how ever, was much needed.
SEND OFF AT WALLENDBEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
SEND OFF AT WALLENDBEEN. "Wallendbeen, Feb. 24.-Mr. Frank Shaplra, who has been for the past I few years book-keeper on Mr. A. Bol ger's "Fonteuoy," station, was fare 'welled by his friends and his health i drunk in champagne at Wallendbeen. Mr. Shlpara went to Sydney by mail train to got into camp. He is to servo as despatch rider at tho war, -
SUNDAY SPORT. REV. G. E. MENLOVE SPEAKS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
SUNDAY SPORT. I REV. G.'E. MENLOVE SPEAKS OUT. Speaking on the subjcct of Sunday sport at SL Clement's Church of En gland, Yass, the Rev. 0. E. Menlove (rector), salil-"Humanity Is ..so in terwoven and intertwined that we can not act without an impression being made upon others: By persistently Indulging in Sunday sport we are giv ing offence to those who Know what the ideals of lifo really mean. Wo are placing a stumbling block In Ihe path of the younger out>n, who are to be the future men uid ..vomei of tbe .world, and so an in(lv>.>criuub!j ammibt of harm Is being done, ' Imint appeal to tho reason and intellect of t»:ir con gregation by asking If Sunday defcd: cration la justifiable from any. potoi of view? Are you gl/en f.;w holrkiys that it is impossible to find oppor tunity for duo employment which God Intended we should Imya? Desocru'e to the fullest extent, if you will,- the. Sabbath of God; indulge as often as you care In your Sunday picnics; fre quent your golf l...
MR. GEORGE BLACK ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
MR. GEORGE BLACK ELECTED^ "i Sydney, Feb. 23.-Mr. Georgo Black, mowber for Namoi, is tho new Minis tor. Ho was elected by tho l abor Caucus to-day, after a strenuous cx» "haustlve ballot, but ho won on the An al by a margin of only three vcici. Tho runner-up wan Mr. Jtousitson (Comperdowu). Mr. G. A. Duress (Burransong )was one of tno 12 con dldatos, and hie natno was not clim?n> ated untU after the fifth ballot.
A JUDGE ON PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
A JUOGE ON PERJURY. Inverell, Fob. 21.-When sentencing ! two young men. at Inverell, who had 1 been convicted of perjury In an nflUla tlon case, both.having sworn that tlicy wcro not In Inverell at a certa'n time, and It being proved conclusively that they wcro there, Judce Hamilton said he took a serious view of tho oU'ence, ?wH^li struck at the whol'i basis of Hocicty. Ho sentenced bo?!* accused to twelve months' luiprlsonm -«rt jn i Goulburn gaol. ,1
"SWEAR NOT AT ALL." [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
"SWEAR NOT AT ALL." Sydney,'F-eb. 24.-AVhen called as. a witness In a- ateallng case In Sydney pollco court; a rosideut of Kent street, refusod to bo sworn on'the Bible/and' the police magistrate asked the reas on tor hio recusal. "Why," replied the witness, "you ask me to swear on | tho Bible. No, your honor. That Book tells me not to swear, and I am ; not going to swear on It. ' Thoy'ro my religious convictions,"-and I must stand by-them." . A statement was then taken from him. , ! If you requiro a tooro put GOTO, or a windmill plant fully eroded consult Bob Martin, ' Farmora . Supply Co., Young.
DEATH FROM TETANUS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
DEATH FROM TETANUS. Sydney, Feb. 21.—Alfred Ernest Sammon, a tanner, died at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, from tetanus. Medical evidence at the in- quiry showed that infection was pro- bably due to a cut on the big toe, which Sammon received about six weeks before. A finding to that ef- fect was recorded.
CURRENT NEWS. TENDERS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
CURRENT NEWS. ' TENDERS WANTED. !.' Mr. 3. E. Lundholm, architect, of Juneo and Young, Invites tenders for villa residence, at Burrowa. Soo advt. ' At last night's meeting of thc» Muni cipal Council it \VP.B dccidcd to co operate with other'Counclls in protest ing against the proposals in the new Local Government Act with regard to the extension of the franchise and the alteration of shire and Municipal boundaries.
RUSSIANS ADVANCING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
RUSSIANS ADVANCING. The Russians who have assumed tlto ofi'ouaivc noi'ui or uVouno, iiiuuo mar* 1 jum IHugitiiia m cue rritoiijiU io^ou. tu* iU(S luduy Viuuaei autl. inouoauuf. Ut IniaOUOfa. * U^iliiuu pi'iSOUOj'b diUk.0 tUui uuua are, inbxp.n.au»y uo&iusud, uua unit tue'awniuu.uuu aupjny is abiOcaicU; and in aowu cases coaaeU auogeiuer. A featiuo. o£ me recent iiguuug in Norm i*o.anU wad ibo inu 'tu/ cai' "uainerin' winter W- cars parii cipaieii. The Germans couuuue iu iUii ree'rtat'westoi iv«ue\v. The tiiiuw hM'tieou&ui lighting to a siauustw iu tao Carpathians.