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RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

RED CROSS. I I Tho Hon. Socretary and Hon, Trcae-1 urer, acknowledges with grateful thanks tho following donations and gifts:-Per Mr. Scott, hou. trDaiUue" i Oakvalo Sports Committee £3 3s; from ! Mr. C. Wright, ?a!e of oats, sent from , Monteagle £3 Ca; (Mr. J. Hoilbion i sent 2 bags, Mr. Ja?. Timncy l bug, j and Mr. H. Webb, 1 bag); 10/ from J Mrs. Tyor, for purchase of woo! for I socks, / donat'oa from Mr. BliicUeit. , Bendlck MorroU .wit 21 pi!lo.V3 arJ casoB, and 10 nnlflvrs wirch Iiavo .boon forworded to Sydney Dcp;.*. Hen dick Morrell ha3 now scut pillo-./a and filjps. Tho Wambanuraba Circle packod #nd forwarded on 20th Inst, liO flannel skirts, 21 handkerchiefs, 131 pillow cases, a I^rge quantity of old linen and bandages. The committee desires to thank all who helped at tho Fxitgrowers' Union Show and Enter tainment by donations of fruit, cakea, cool drinks, Ices, mlllc, etc., aud those .who lent flogs, crockery, tables, etc., and. especially to the public for atten 'ding I...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR. Country Press Special to the Witness. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

Country Frcso £.^::lal to the Wltncro. London, March 1.-The .New York "'iiliica'-' ' bilUeii . t'lUiil luc Gotuiiiii AUiuusouaur iu me united b.an-o, Wi.i UU BiiUiity allyOiftOaca Ov> lh^to uis luaisci^et reiL'.euced to Uio ',iu.c»usi Ui'Oci' uiim ..wuaiou oX Uuaaaa.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
F. & S. Association MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

F. & S. Association J MQNTHLV MEETING. Tiio usual, monthly mooting of mom* bers of tho Young Farmers and Sot tiers Association was held In tho P. and A, Hall on Saturday last. Mr. J. .F. Kleem occuplcd tho chair and there wero also present:-Messrs.t T. Smith, J. Loader, A. Hembrow, F. H. Tout, B. Cunich, J. W. Arm strong, H. Donges, J. Uendle, W. Ben dlo, J. E. Tunney, M. Jasprizza, B. Cunich G. Blackwood, G. Thomas, J. Maroney, F. Finn. J. Tunney, C. Hun ter, E. Dunley, W. C. Cram, J. M. Burbury, J. Brown, W. Venables, A. H. Grounds, S. Cooko, J. Maroney junr, J. Blackwood, G. Barnes, A. Chant, J. D. Hunter, A. J. Long and J. X. Dwyer.. Mr. Robert Gibson wrote stating that at a meeting ' of the Harden Branch of tiio F. and S. Association, it was suggested to form a Co-opera tive Shipping Coy., and asking If the Branch was favorable. If so, would the local branch appoint a man to serve on tho directorate of tho propos ed now company. No action was tak Tho General-Secretary F...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

A NARROW ESCAPE. The following account of an acci dent which occurred on Sunday last has been forwarded to this oflico'by ono of the participants:-"A narrow eacapo from death occurred on Sun day night last, when Stanley Wallace, Leslie Hines, George Petterson- and several others were trying a new pic turo plant at the residence of one of the lads. It appears that* Mines wa3 standing at tho machine which was already threaded with film. Ho was trying to throw more light on' the subject,, when Wallace lit another gad plant which was about 1ft yards* away from where Hines was standing. No sooner had the match been struck when a noise like that of a cannon was heard and plcces ot tin ami Mm woro flying all over the room, llines looked round and saw Wallace lying flat on tho floor, and bleeding freely. Although hurt much himself, ho took Wallace to Dr. Dowling, where Jive ctltchos had to bo put in below tho right Jaw. Patterson and several others also got a sovcro shaking. All arc as well...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS ABANDONED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS ABANDONED. 1 At a meeting of thy /coal Hibernian I Society 011 Sunday, the annual sports I usually held on 17th March were aban* | doned. The decision to abandon ! was only arrived at, wo understand,. I on the casting vote of the chairman of 1 the meeting. For mauy years now I the 17th of .March lias been ceiebrnted by Sports of some kind, add it is to bo regretted that circumstances have compelled foregoing the re-union this year. It was the intention, wo be lieve, of holding a piouic sports on tho cricket ground in lieu' of tho sports gathering and ball, and we feel sure that hud tho committee decided to-go on with tho arrangements they would have secured tho support of the townspeople, and a successful day's outing resulted.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL WHOLESALE BUYING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

.COMMERCIAL I WHOLESALE BUYING DUCES. Wheat G/ per bushol. Chaff, £5 10/ to £6 per ton. Oats, 3/6 to 4/ per bu'slni. Sheep tfkins, 2ia to 3d p?r lb. Hided, 6(1 lo 6£U per lb. : ltaboit Skins, 2&d per lb. Tallow, 4/ per tin. YOUWU ItSTAlL PUICES CUKKENT. Butter -{best factory), 1/1 per lb. Dairy Butter, 1 f'l per lb. .Egge* 1/ per dozen. Bacon, (pleco), 1/2 per lb; (rashes' 1/3. Bran, 1/9 per bunhol. Pollard, 1/1/ per bushol. '

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PICNIC ABANDONED IN ORDER TO HELP THE BELGIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

j PICNIC ABANDONED IN ORDER TO I HELP THE BELGIANS. Instead of holding their annual p'c nic, the scholars of St. Paul's Presby terlan Sunday School have decldcd to forego it and devote the money that woihd thus be spent towards the Bel gian Relief Fund, and with this aim a concert and social eveniug will bo held in the Oddfellows Hall "on Wed nesday, -4th March, next, and c hope that the self denial of the schol ars will be fully recognised by the aup port of their effort towards raising funds for so worthy an object. .

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THURSDAY'S HORSE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

THURSDAY'S HORSE SALES. We would draw attention to Messrs. Eliorman and Coy's horse sale adver tised for Thursday next. In the fore noon the Government remount ollicer wlli ho present at tne yards from 10 a.m. to buy horses suitau.e for he military. stout hacks and active spring cart sorts. . In the afternoon a good yarding of heavy draughts will be ottered lor auction. At 12 noon at the Australian hotel the same llrrn will submit the rights In connection with the forthcoming race meeting.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LYCEUM PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

LYCEUM PICTURES. In the Town Hall to-night, tho Ly ceum Picture Company wUlscreen an otlicr good programme. Tho star ot the evening Is entitled "Broken Nose Bailey," the big Iteiiance Detective atory (a thrill from start to finish); also the Keystone scream "The Star Boarder," (Introducing Mr. Charles Chaplin). The programme also in* clhdes-Was He a Gentleman, drama; Studies of Insect Lire (educational); Crime of Cain (drama); Getting An dy's Goat (comic), The Other Train (drama). Prices as u3ual.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLENDBEEN PROPERTY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

WALLENDBEEN PROPERTY SALE. Messrs. Robert Gibson aud Son, auc tioneers, Haruen, report the direct saie o£ Mr. W. I'ltts, Colorado pro perty, near Wallendboen, comprising an area of 040 acres freehold at a highly satisfactory price for cash. Mrs. Hlil, of Ualoug, burnt; the purchaser.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Sheepskins.- Prices advanced 1-Sd .to Id per lb., but low sorts were not in much request. Crossbreds: Full wools 6Jd to Sid per lb; medium Gid to t>id; short 5d to G 3-sid; pelts 4d to 5d. Merino: &3d to 7id; medium 4ijd to 61d; short 3id to 5id. Pelts 2Jd 10 33d; lambs, xbrcd 5d to 7Jd; merino 4d to 6d. Hides.-Best conditioned Arm, oth er descriptions 1-ud to 4d lower. Quo tations: Picked lots Oid per lb. and up; heavies (SGlbs. and up), S 3-Sd jto 9 J-8d; medium (44 to 64ibs.) 9 3-8d to 9 3-tid; light (32 to 40ibs), SJd to U l-8d; cut to 8 &*8d; dry to lid; bulls to 74d; yearlings to ltf/G; calf to 7d. .Tallow: Prices advanced 40/ to 50/ . per ton. Prime 135 to £35 10/; good - £34 5s to £34 15s; medium £32 10s to £34; Inferior and broken packages £2o to £29 10s. .

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

GORDON &GARLING -SOLICTOR S. LYNCH STUEET, YOUNG. Koorawatha visited every Saturday. Murrumburrah, Harden and other centres by appointment. Special consideration given to Land Board matters. Money to Lend on all classes of se curity In largo or small sums. A PAINFUL.SWELLING. On any part of tho body may, Jf nc» glectcd, und in some kind of sore, such as a boll, carbuncle, ulser, abscess, luatula, ctc. To prevent such a re sult, apply. Dr, Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment. This will relieve tho pain, draw out the iatlamwation, reduce the swelling, and drive away the entire 1/0 and o/. Obtainable at W. P. Weed trouble. Accopt no substitute. Price, en's, Young. r*" ANXIOUS MOMENTS, One of tiie moat-anxious times of a. i mother's life la when her llttlo ones ; have croup. Thero is no other modi cine so effective In this terrible mal ady as Dr. Shol<Ioji's New Discovery. I It can bo safely giWri and depended j upon. No mother*5hould ovor bo with-| out a boltltf la tho houao...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Climbing the Pyramids AUSTRALIANS GET TO THE TOP WHEN OTHERS FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

Climbing the Pyramids AUSTRALIANS GET TO THE "OP WHEN OTHEKS KAIU . Mr. Harry Hughes, of Thuddungra,. has. received the following letter, from Mr. Andrew Davidson, who prior to going to the war, resided at Thuddun gra. He writes:- . . Cairo, Egypt, Jan..4th. Dear HaiTy -Just a lino or two to let you-know that 1 am still alive and getting, along alright . 1 never thought for a mom ent. that "wo would be.sent to.Egypt; Wo had a very pleasant voyage, over, the aea was very calm all the way, and wo hadn't one rough day.. 1 supposo | you heard about the sinking of the ! », that was. our first bit of ex citement, but the Sydney soon made short work of her. We.stopped at Albany a week before wo left Austra lia and our next stop was Colombo in Ceylon. Wo had a . day there, and then wc went for. Sues, stopped .two days there. We had a good look at the battleships there entering tho Ca nal; there was a French, a Japanese and a Russian battleships and two ' .vitish cruisers. There were 42 chip...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

Notions in Tailoring BY THE HUSTLERS Few. Men aro allko In build, .Fewer still alike in taste. THAT'S WHY ORIGINALITY COUNTS IN TAILORING. The man who slavishly follows fash Ion plates can never pleaso the distlnc Uve dresser. Mlnd^you-there are many Tailors real good workmen-who cannot or dinate. The HUSTLERS' can, and do lake a pride in doing so-do.it for the sake of belter work anil better sat isfaction for their clients. Isn't it \yortli aornothiDg to YOU this betterment In Tone and Style. Sure-it is!, Well then let's go; together next time you want a N«w Suit, and between us we'll produce a real top-notcher for you. Won't cost you any moro-not a cent . That's tho strong point of HUsTLIjR service Our Specialty Suit-to-Measuro in any Material-^-63/. . 'Others at 55/; to 75/-no need to go hlglior,for..you cannot get bettor ma terials.- .-.i; Ready-Made Suits. See what 30/ or 39/6 will do at the . -HUSTLER'S. For that price you--wHI get a S-nlooo Ready-to-Wcar-Suit. Up-to-the-mi'nu...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Election Aftermath. AN F. & S. MEMBER AND HIS MOTOR CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

An Election Aftermath AN F. & S. MEMBER AND HIS . MOTORCAR. ' At a recent meeting of the' Young Branch or the K*. and S. Association, Mr. J. E. Tunney; of Spring Park, Monteagle, was nominated for member ship, bnt as Mr Tunney had previously resigned from tho Monteagle Branch, it was decided to communicate with that Branch before any action was ta ken in the matter. On Saturday last, Mr. Tunney'a nomination came up for discussion. At the outsot, sonic mem bers present thought that the Press should be excluded, and the discussion take place "in committee." This procedure found considerable disfavor u-JUi the majority, and on a motion be ing put to the meeting it was decided to have the matter discussed in open meeting. Mr. J. Maroney, junr., then formal ly proposed Mr. Tunney, as a member of the ^ oung Branch. Jn doing so he explained that on the day of the recent Federal election. Mr. Tunney was out side the Monteagle polling booth when Mr. 0 Connor, the Labor Organiser, ask...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stamping a Signature YOUNG COUNCIL AND INDUSTRIAL INSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

Stamping a Signature YOUNG COUNCIL AND INDUS TRIAL INSPECTOR. An application ou behalf of John Durack, an inspector undor tho.Indus trial Arbitration Act, was made to their Honors in the Full Court on Fri day, to niako absolute a rule nisi for a writ of mnndamus to compel F. B. Treatt, Industrial Magistrate at Young to hear and determine a summons un der the Industrial Arbitration Act against tho Council of the Municipality of Young. A complaint had been made before F. W. Kitching, a Justice of tlio peace, in respect of which a summons was issued. When the.mat ter was- called on for hearing, tho council's solicitor objected to both tho comptafut and the summons ou tho ground that they had not been signed by a magistrate or Justice of the peace. Tho Industrial Magistrate up held tho objection and ordered tho case to bo struck out, on the ground that as the complaint and summons had not been signed by a magistrate or justice of tho peace-Kitching's signa ture being affixed to tho comp...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S. PAUL'S CHURCH, YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

I S. PAUL'S CHURCH, YOUNG. J At a meeting of the oongregatiou of S. Paul's Ciiurclt receuco' It was in animously' decided to give a call to uev. J. 13. Steeie, H.A., of (Jasiuo, to ilil tbe vacancy caused by the retire ment of tlio ltev. J. S. Scott. A meeting of the Vouug Preubytery wiu ue hem ut Murruniuurrah oil lutu lust in connection. with too call.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Boys in Egypt. EXTRACTS FROM LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

Our Boys EXTRACTS FROM LETTER. I Cam»-Calr°.»«-1 , mother, Mr. AubrTf Loomcs E~«^3S; but'ir n»Zeite'teoC^C1,'1?,tl,l'! C"'»P «vodfiTr5e'c^uo^rir;^^a" ' o'^any plaratoj!10 sl,owcrsVmvJded I I N!C« to getIn a t»C a,fortnlslu n^nST^^fr £ In tbo »lmL« of u,oT"^nlCf°, t0 be »^wriL{era I w»s the orterStho I brlpailo with nrtninm, . \wiolo fffnwswrSSS? i lliat mount wo had to nm . , , i fitted with thln-s ronn?^,? r "acks ! last part 0[ our mirof, un e8 oa "10 : ly tumbling over "tying ec^,r±"ear with the rest and nushinir fho h up , through tho heavy sand-tile Colonel I Inm behind us and could seo "s ' tolling, co probab!y our next nmrnh Ep;ssS; sons in front. Wo took a big cirdo passing throng]) a couplo of dirty old villages and then out onto the desert , There at one o'clock wo had half in I SV^T ^^ctrthosteS Wednesday as only S of the s&Ilcre corpora! out of sight of camp and had article in from ouo of the London I copies making it seem that we'll m,t some time training i" Eng...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FRUITGROWER'S CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

THE FRUITGROWER'S CARNIVAL. Tho f^ult show and minstrel enter tainment organised by the \oung fruitgrowers Untcu iu aid of the iieil Cross Ambulance Fund resulted In a i very substantial addition to the fundi do far Air. urafiun Uhe lion, secre ; tary) thinks that the profits wlh be I auuut'ioo, but as ticuets are still out, jo uoubt this sum whl be increased.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. BELGIAN BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915

DISTRICT NEWS. (From our own Gorrospondent). BELGIAN BAZAAR. Marengo, March 1.-A well attended meeting ol citizens was.held on Satur day evening last, at the request of Mr. W. H. Parkman, to make some ar rangements to raise funds for the Uel-, ginn relief fund. Sir William F. Cunningham was vo ted to the chair, and after explaining the object of the meeting, ho called for suggestions as to the form of en tertainment that should be hold. It was unanimously decided to hold a Uar.aar in about 8 weoks time, the, following stalls, boing arranged for: Fancy, Produce, Lolly, and Refresh ment. Several side lines were also mentioned*, and Judging by the en thusiasm manifested in the movement success Is assured. Mr. W. R. Park man was elected secretary, and has al ready cash and promises iiT.ionntlug to about £70 in Innd. ILLNESS. Mra. T. Hussey has for iouio time past boon in indifferent healt'i, hav ing several times to seek hospital treatment, and Is still in a jouewhat critical condition....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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