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WHEAT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
WHEAT CASES. Slolbourno, March 2.-Argument In tho wheat case betoro tho High Court hail not concluded when the court ad journed. Tho question of jurisdic tion was argued. Counsel for the Commonwealth asked this to bo set tied beforo tho other part of tho caso was proceeded with. The Chief Jus tice suggested tho,t tho Commonwealth should issuo a writ against tho N. S. Wales Government w'.iirh would bring tho Whole; matter 1-eroro the tllcb Court. Mr. BlackoU, fur the NriW Government Intimated that he was p.V pnred to accept judi o writ. Couijtol for tho Commonwt!;il:h stated uiat iho matter would bo coaildoied.
WHAT WILL YE GIVE. (Belgium: 1915). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
WHAT WILL YE GIVE. (Bolgium: 1915). What will ye glvo to the Nation ?-shat tered and stricken and scarred; Where tlio fields llo black in Uw ici rJble track where tho path of the Hun was barred. Bruised at tho hoe! of the focmai, bleeding from out the strife What will ye givo to tho nation whoV given her very life. What will ye givo to tho Women? - dark is the dawn of their day, Where the empty shell of a tottering spire still points a hero's way. Oh, tho women and waiting and weep ing for tho men who have given their lives Then what will yo give to the women tho women who onco wero wives? What will ye give to the Children? poor Utile starving ones, Can't you hear the cry of the children 'mid the pitiless roar of tho guns? Ruined and red-roofed cottage, bowed is their mother's head, So what will yc give to the children, ! who weep for a father dead? Horo in our sea-girt, haven, with the oceans that lie between,' War Is a ghastly nightmare-do we know what Its horrors mean? But gladly...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
RIFLE SHOOTING. I following in the result of the Cup competition on February 24th and 27th -14 shots at 300 yards, in two stages.' 1st stage 2nd stage hep. W. Buckjand ..31 29 13 70 H. Burtenshaw 31 27 G . Gi K. Allen .. .. 2G 27 10 M. JnsprUza .. 26 32 4 H. Pcarso .... 25 20 11 C. Mackenzie .. 23 20 9 P. E. McElhono 23 2S 10 . C. Hutchinson 21 29 10 W. Sutton .... 27 28 4 W. Bolton .... 24 18 17 H. J. Pearse ... 25 27 6 Capt. McVeigh . 32 26 - A. Robertson .. 31 25 2 W. Pegrame .. 26 22 10 . H Cross .... 27 17 14 S. Keith .. .. 2S 24-5 J. Irvine .... 17 30 9 A. J. Rabbets .. 21 30 4 R, Rennie .... 27 28 - J. F. Cunningham 24 21 10 A. Middleton .. 21 23 10 J. Rlntoul .. 22 18 14 L. Hall 19 " 26 7 E. Jones 26 21' 5 Dr. Purchas ..21 21 10 Clialker 17 22 12 - E. Armstrong.. 24 22 6 W. Hopwood .. , 21 12 10 R. A. Martin .. 13 18' 14 R. W. Burrows 21 15 8 J. J. Robinson .12 22 6 B. Rlntoul .... 10 2 14
TROTTING AT MURRUMBURRAH. HANDICAPS FOR TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
TROTTING AT MURRUMBURRAH. HANDICAPS FOR TO-MORROW. ! Tho following handicaps have been dociared lu connection with the Mur rumburrah and Harden Trotting Ctuu's annual meeting which takes p.aco on the Murrumburrah racecoursc to-mor Unhoppled Handicap, li miJe3. - G/ey Buy, Gold-dust, Ivor, Comet, Sou venir, scr.; Honest Bella, 5 sees bhd; Indicator, 10 sees, bhd.; Australian King, 15 tseci. bhd.; Darkness, 22 sees, bhd. iriyJng Handicap, 1 mile.-Ginger, .scr.; Mambrlno Echo, Moultaur Tiuby Koy, Golden Hoy, 2 sees, bhd.; Fair Lady, 3 sees. bhd.; Jack V., 4 sees, bhd.; Cora, sees, bhd.; Marie Bells, Ssecs. bhd. Trial Handicap, 3 furlongs.-Comet Go»d-dust, Osier, Hay, scr.; Banjo, Cor alio, Eiien May, 2 sees, bhd.; Little Ginger, Itozelie, lilrno Chlcl', Killariiey Chimes, 4 sees. bhd. M. and H. Handicap, li miles. - Alice, Darkness, Brlttanslcy, scr.; Bambrlno Echo, Golden lioy, Tlbby Hoy, 1 sees, bhd.; Jack Y. 4 sees, bhd.; Burlington Chief, (3 sees. .bhd. Local Novice Trot, li inkes....
KOORAWATHA TURF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
KOORAWATHA TURF NEWS. A special train lias been arranged to leave Cowra at 1U noon on the z iili March, day of races, and re turn at 0 p.m. Tncro is-a good servico be tween Young and Koorawatha. Tlio courso lias been newly fenced right round and is now perfectly safe, whilst the track has beeu put In Urst class order by experienced men auu is now perfect. The committee have purchased ono of Higgins' latest star ting machines, whhst ttie grandstand, recently erected for tho comiort ot the public will be much appreciated. Already wo hear of a iarge number Intending to leave Young for Koora watha on 24tli inst.
Young Band Contest COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
Young Band Contest I COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of tho above committee look place last night in the School of Arts. Thero wero present: Messrs. G. S. Wbiteruan (In the chair), J. E. Phelan, T. A. Tester, A. Ward, K. Allen, A. J. Itabbetts, and A.E. Phillips. Mr. Alien (Treasurer) presented lila statement which was as follows: -A sum of £12 3s 5d was handed over from the Eisteddfod; £23 2a Id "was the nett result of the continental, and £7 as Gd .vps tho result of the picture show, which left a net balance in tho bank of £42 15s. This was considered by alt present .as very satisfactory. The chairman said the first thine was to decide whether they wero go* ing on with ihe contest this year. Each member thought it advisablo to go on. Sobiq discussion nroso as to how to raise money for the contest iu tho meantime. Various suggestions wero put forward, vis: Band concerts, continentals, fireworks display and continental combined. ?&lt; Mr. Tester thought a Euchre Party and Dance...
THE BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
THE BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. I I'i'o tho Kdltorj. I Sir,-General disappointment was j expresbeu on Sunuuy evening when it; uu.uiuu Known tuui a sacred concert wxucii had been organised to aaslat tne luuu tor the renof of Uio Belgians iiaa i to "De aoanuuned on accounr'of tho ! poiico oojec'Uou that was raised that uie 'rovvu Hall' could no^ be used for uio purpose owing to the approval; of the Cuief Secremry not having been oota.ueu lor tho letting oi tne Hau on a Sunday. 1 understand lhat tho concert was organised hurriedly, ad vantage bains taaen of the presence .a town of uio *\tiaydn Traveling Or oiestra," wnoae music fu tho streets oa oaturuay was or a superior ciass .nrciy nea* a at mat rate concerts from au oiciiestrai point or view. The mu sic was a treat rare.y given to coun try towns so far away trorn Sydney, j i nese musicians had.conaentod to p*ay ' a programme of sacred music and a perubui of the proposed programme »ctt nothing to ue desired in Uio di rection of appropriate...
IN THE DARDANELLES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
IN THE DARDANELLES. - London, March 1.-The English anil . French Hugs are all flying on the des- j u-oyed forts, at the entrance to tho i Dardanelles.-'. COST QP.THE WAR. BRITAIN'S EXPENDITURE. TOTAL. OF-?362.030,000. London," March 1.-The British Gov ernment proposes to ask for a general vote of credit for £250,000,000 for the year endingUIarch 31, 1016, to as»Ut food supplies and trade and commerce and to facilitate the raisin? of fu .ds by the doininionsjand for other meas ures of national*.security. This pro posed vote of £250,000,000 is apart from tho ordinary grants arising ouf of the war. The Government will also ask for a supplementary vote of £37, 000,000 for tiie war for the year curl ing on March 31. Including all out lay, the total war expenditure for the current financial, year is £302,000,000.
EARLIER MESSAGES BOMBARDMENT OF DARDANELLES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
EARLIER: MESSAGES BOMBARDMENT OF DARDAN ELLES. London, Feb. -British and French battleships have succeeded in reducing the Turkish forts guarding the Dar danelles. Aroung 'the British ships was the Queen'Ktoabeth, which is armed with new 15-inch guns. The Straits were swept Tor four miles from the ehtrance, and-after. the reduction of the outer forts7 the enemy was shell ed from insfde-tJie straits-. Parties were subsequently lunded and the forts were demolished. Six hundred wounded Turks have arrived at Con stantinople.- The Germans are super intending the plahs for the defence of the city. Thb"StiUan find his entur age arc preparing for night.
GERMANY'S BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
[ GERMANY'S BUDGET. London, March 1.-The Gorman Im perial Budget asks for an cxtraordla* ary expenditure of 10,042,342,000 marks (about £491,000,000), whereof | 10,000,000,000 marks is estimated to be dorlved from revenue. Thore is also j an extraordinary budget of S0,499,21S I marks. It is proposed to supply the I deficiency by means of a loan. It la i estimated that the ordinary revenue | will increase 25,900, 450 marks, and | the expenditure by 10,S00.33ti marks. | There i3 no provision for tho redemp* I tion of tho war loan, as the method of I redemption is to be settled after the
ON THE WESTERN FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
ON THE WESTERN FRONT Pad3, Fob". 2S.-Some further bril liant feats on the part of the Allies are reported from the western front, in a fight on tho Ypres-Menin road, which Jasted-for-three days, the Ger-1 mans had 400 killed and COO wound-! i*d, wlrXo the French losses were ^0 I killed auU 'SO wounded. I
GREAT RUSSIAN VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
GREAT RUSSIAN VICTORY. Petrograd, Feb. 28th.-Fighting on a tremendous scale is taking placo be tween the Jlus«ia>ja and tho Germans. The Russians claim to have won a great victory at! Przasnys, situated near the Prussianfrontler. Tho Ger man army wan shattered, and is re treating. Klsewhuro tho Russians al so claim to have repulsed tho attacks pt the enemy. "
YOUNG WOMAN'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
YOUNG WOMAN'S DEATH. The death took place early yester- day morning of Miss Bridget Short, daughter of Mrs. Short, of Lovell- street, under painfully sad circumstan- ces. The deceased, who was 19 years of age, fell on Sunday morning and burst a blood vessel. She was re- moved in the ambulance to one of the local hospitals in a very critical con- dition, where her death took place early on Monday morning from hem- orrhage and shock. The deceased was a native of Young and very popular amongst her circle of acquaintances. &nbsp;
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
THANKS. We have been requested by the com- mittee of the proposed concert that was to have been held on Sunday night to thank the "Haydn Travelling Orchestra" and those who so cheer- fully and kindly responded to their request for vocal and instrumental items and to the Bandmaster and members of the Band for their volun- tary offer of assistance at a function which had to be abandoned through no fault of theirs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 2 March 1915
BLEEDING PILES CURED by REX ONA, THE RAPID HEALER. I "My husband suffered greatly with ; bleeding piles tor ten years," writes Mrs. Louisa Held, 7 Jones street, Pyr mont. "Ho was so bad that he could hardly move, and sometimes ho wus unable to rest on account of the pain, and it was most pitiful to see him. He tried ninny different ointments arid lo tions, but received no benefit what ever. i had read the wonderful cures that- KexouaCpintmcnt had donti. so [ got him a tin and the first appll a Hon gave him relief. IIo continued with ^ the ointment, and in about a week's time he was completely cured, lio has not had the slightest re . turn of his complaint since, and wo can honestly recommend it to anyone suffering with the same complnint as had."-Jlexona is sold In triaugul ar tins at 1/6 and 3/, . Obtaldablo everywhere. . GOOD COUGH MIXTURE. Famous Recipc Used in Thousands of Homes. . "Myself and' family use Hean's Esscncc for making cough mixture. We find it splendid nnd cheap."-A...
MARRIED WOMEN'S PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
MARRIED WOMEN'S PROPERTY. Melbourne, March 3.- It is declared by the High Court that if a married woman dies intestate, leaving no chil dren or next of kin, her husband nin> rightly succeed to half the ostate, but the balancc must go to the Crown. The Married Women's Property Ac! will apparently bear no other con struction, And thereforo it becomes a question whether the State should not amend the law Jn the interests ol com mon juutlco. As It stands, the uci practically imposes a prob.Uo duty oO per cent, upon the esta'o of every married woman who dies intestate leaving a husband bnt no other rela tives.