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CONVICTED OF LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
CONVICTED OF LARCENY. \t the Blrabi Polico Court on Sat urdAy last, bcCoro Mr. F. B. Treati, P.M., tho youth Upton was convicted on a chargo of larceny on tho occasion of tho recent'fire at Mr. Conn's resi dence, Bland. Tho P.M. ordored ac cused to bo sent to tho State Farm Home at Gosford, froo whonco ho caiuo a coupio of months ago.
SCARCITY OF SAFETY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
SCARCITY OF SAFETY MATCHES. Melbourne,- March 4th.-Strict econ omy in tho use of safety matches is being advocated by merchants who .know how limited the. stocks in Aus tralia arc at present, and how difficult , It Is to secure further supplies while the war last.* Already prices have risen 133 per cent, lu tho wholesale market, and only a most carefut use of this article can prevent an actual' shortage. The chief reason for this state of affairs Is stated to be the *.e» guiation in frrce in England whieli compels the leading factory which tup plies nearly all our matches t.*> Fhmv ho lights at nlpht, it being situated close to the Thames Estuary. Conse quently the output is reduced to one third of the norma! quantity. ..In ad dition, supplies of raw materials^ such' as chemicals and timber, are most dif ficult to secure while the war lasts; ; GIRL SHOOTS YOUNG MAN. Wellington (N.Z.) March 5.-A sen sational shooting . affair is reported from Napier. A young woman, Alice' Parsons,...
LOOK OUT FOR A ONE-EYED MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
LOOK OUT FOR A ONE-EYED MAN. Molons; March 3.-Henry Rold, a farmer, left his fan# which carried horses and sheep, at Carra, near Mo long, on December 2Sih last, and has tiot been seen alnce. Tho police havo been asked by his nephew, Mr. C. Nieholls, of Sydney, to endeavour to iocato him. 1-Ic Is 55 or 56 years old, ;f>£t. llin. high, has groy hair and beard and only one oye.
"BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS." [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
"BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS." An Important ovent in the .'theatri cal history of Young, will take place on Thursday evening noxt, when Country Amusements Ltd.; by "special arrangement with Mr.'E. J. Carroll will present Graham Moffat's original company" t twenty Scottish players in the world famous comedy "Bunty Pulls .he Strings." "Bunty" is probably one of the must succcssful comedies ever produced. It was first played In Lon don, an4 became an instantaneous success. T For over 600 nights it drew packed houses.to the Haymarket Thea tre, so great was the demand for tick ets that three extra matinees in-ad dition to the evening performances were given. During its'run in Lon don It was seen by King George and Queen Mary, and the Prince of Wales. Its success.-was not confined to Lon don, it -was-: produced, in New York, where for'.over 400 nights New York . irs raved about.thep'.ay'. ' Thirteen dirforent' cdmpanics ^vero jthen organ .riedf to' f^ay-the- coihetiyVln^Great Brl-. tain, Cana...
TIPPERARY MINSTRELS AT MONTEAGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
TIPPERARY MINSTRELS AT MONTEAGLE. The Tipperary Minstrels performed at Monteagle on Wednesday night last to a record gathering. Long before the curtain rose there was a large and eager crowd gathered to witness a performance by the Minstrels, whose reputation has preceded ' thorn; In their expectations the audience were not disappointed for the concert giv en by the Minstrels far excelled' qny ^o far given by them since their forma* tlon.4 .Each item was rendered in great' stvle, and the audience, demon; strated their appreciation by constant applause. The proceeds $£ the con cert which must have been consid erable, were in aid of the Monteagle hall funds. Prior to the entertain ment, the Minstrels paraded the streets of the village headed by their band. At the conclusion of the per formance, Mr. Jones, of Monteagle, thanked the Minstrels for their valued assistance, and complimented them up on the excellent entertainment given. After the concert a dance was held, the proceeds of wh...
THE RADBIT TRADE. STATE INTERFERENCE ASKED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
THE RADBIT TRADE, STATE INTERFERENCE ASKED FOR. Dubbo, March 3.- At a meeting of rabbit trappers at Dubbo, Mr. Macdon aid, cccrotary of the union, stated that ho had placed before the Government a good many caecs for the trappers, and had asked tho'Government to take ovor tho Industry if possible. ]f not, efforts would bo mado to induce tho Government to compel exporters to pay reaBonablo rates or to shut iOTVO,.'.'
MARCH 7th—DAY OF INTERCESSION FOR THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
MARCH 7th-DAY OF INTERCES SION IfOR THE WAR. (From Parish Paper.) Next Sunday, March 7th, will be ob served as a day of Intercession for our Soldiers and Sailors, and the magnifi cent response which has marked these services heretofore leads us to hope *or a very largo muster on Sunday next. Tho Band has promised to come, and the Masons have ucceptcd the ofnclal Invitation to be present; In addition all the Bcnellt Lodges have been Invited, and the local Military Forces and the Fire Brigade. May we urge upon one and all the very real need for' persevering and faithful in tercession for the Issues of tho war. The- services will be-Holy Comniun ion S a.m., with Special Intercession The ofilial service at 11 a.m. when the Rector will give an address on "The War of moral and physical For ces," and Evensong at 7.30 p.m. with an address on "Life's Perils."
MR. NEIL NEILSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
MR. NEIL NEIL8EN. ...Writing to'an ex-&lt;llatrict Gundagai resident recently, Mr. Nell NeJIsen say3 ho has just about completed his' work as Trade Commissioner in Ameri ca nnd will shortly return to Austra lia, Ho adds that it is his Intention to liavo a fly for a Fedoral seat pext olootioa-that ho..^vanta to get Into tho Parliament Avho^o they "do things,' I -Gundagai Indopondont.
WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. The well-known firm of ERNEST BOSOM, Consulting Opticians, of Mar tin Place, and Pitt St, Sydney, who have been visiting thin town for the past ten years writes:-"On account )f the numeiaus communications recei ved from this district, wo feol obliged to warn the Spcetaclo Wearing Public against persona using our namo and working upon our reputation, not di rectly, but in such a manner an o mislead and maho believe that they are rcprcbcntln^ us." Hcraember that this firm can only be consulted ac the Royal Hotel, Young, on dates advertised. " Date of next Visit-Tuesday,-March 16th.
THE SOLDIER'S LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
THE SOLDIER'S LEAGUE. Mrs. T. McKay despatched on the 4th, the second parcel to the friend less soldiers who are lighting at the front. She is grateful to the little ones for remembering tho date on which the parcel Is to be sent, but she would like to remind them that their little notes are Just as much consc quenee as the gift, as it is much more pleasant for the men to receive a message from a little child with each gift than it would be if it wero given him by an officer without lenowing that it came from a tiny little one right out in Australia, where the chil dren arc incessantly thinking of them; doubtless their liltlo notes will be ans wered by tho men who may relate their experiences; and tho Httlo one's will have those letters to remind them that although they were only little they were able to help the men who fought in the biggest war in history.
Chaff-Cutting Dispute. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
Chaff-Cutting Dispute Before Sir. P. B. Treatt P.M., In the Young Small Debts Court on Wed nesday last, Tlibnms Hussey proceed* ed against Thomas Cullen claiming .£1 10s for cutting 2i tons of chaff,'and £o Cs Gil for damages through defend ant .preventing plaintiff-from comple ting contract to cut chaff. Defendant paid £1 7B 3d and IS/ costs into court in settlement of the first claim, but in regard to the second claim, he plea*, ded that the contract hud been res cinded with the consent of the plain*, tiff. Mr. Hogan appeared for plain tiff, and Mr. Campbell for dofendanl. Both ;the parties reside at-Marengo. Lengthy evidence was given, but brief .ly the Tacts are Chat Thomas Cullen bought a stack of hay from his bro ther James Cullen which he estimated would cut 12 tons, and engaged-.Thom as Hussey with his chaff cutting.plaiU to cut it up The cutting was pro ceeding when Culleu thought the bags were not being filled up to the require ments, and an argument ensued,' In which insu...
SALE OF RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
SALE OF RIGHTS. The rights in connection with the Young Annual Races wero sold at auc tion yesterday, by Messrs. C. H. El lerman and Co. The prices realised wero vory satisfactory, in some in stances rcallslug higher figures than those obtained last year. The Publi cans' booth realised £14, being secured by Mr. J. J. Coatlgan, of the Great Eastern Hotel. Mr. Costlgan ulso purchased the right of Tattersall's for 12 months for £6. The outside gates were secured by Mr. It. McMillan, the price paid being £1S 10s, whilst the shoeing realised £3 5s, the purchaser being Mr. E. Jennings. Should iine weather prevail, the prospects of- the holders of tho rights getting their money back and a fair margin, are ex-: ceptionolly bright. j
Police Sergeant Fined INSULTING WORDS. MOTOR MAN THE PLAINTIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
Police Sergeant Fined INSULTING WORDS. MOTOR MAN THE PLAINTIFF. .Batliurat* March 4.-Twice recently Police-Sergeant Slieeliy prosecuted Charles Henry Hall,..of Bathurst,' for reckless driving. . The first case was dismissed, the second time Hall[ was fined. A case before Air. C, Jennings P.M., yesterday lmd some interesting points about It. No longer was Ser geant* Sheehy, tl\^pros«utpw.\he^B,A8; the prosecuted.": For Charie Hall had a grievance for.judlcial.de* cislon. Ho Biunmoned Sergeant Mich i uel Sheehy .for having used insulting words to him-on February 8th, namely -"If I had my way l .would notiet you drive a motor car-either drunk or sober." In giving his decision, Mr. .Jennings said: In tho course of a policeman's duty I have no doubt that he has occas ion to use Insulting words many times -and Justifiably so. One uses one's . common sense in these matters,- and I have come to the conclusion that Hall was under the influence of liquor on the occasion referred to. His condi...
BELIEF FOR BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
BELIEF FOR BELGIUM. Suggestions have been made local ly that small sums should be given each week to assist' the Belgians. Messrs. Millard and Sons employees have adopted a very good scheme -whereby eacii week they will pay what they can cut of their wages. This is an admirable p'an. It gives assur of sustained effort, and a regu lar flow of suubvripuotis of moderate dimensions Is even better thau a lar ger sum glvcu once, 'or at Irregular intervals. It iu, of course well that those who can afford to give bountiful ly,should do so quickly, for the need umcdiate; but in the case of those whose ability is .smaller, periodical ' giving is the best policy.
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW.' The way to be well is to keep the kidneys well; what a lot of backache there is among women. And little wonder. A woman's work, and care, and worry are enough-to break down a much stronger -constitution than is given to most women, or men either,. Cor the matter of that. The kidney a are invariably the first to feel the strain. And they let.their, needs bo. knowu too, very promptly. Backache Is the cry for help; the cry of the sick kidneys. Doan's Backache Kid* ney pills help the kidneys, they are made specially'to act on the kidneys. Doan's Pills cure to stay cured. Read this testimony: Mrs. A. McDougall, Nurse, Albury street, Harden, says: "It is for the benefit of other sufferers I "make the following (statement regarding my cure by Doan's Backacho-Kidney Pills, and I hope many will profit by my ex* perience. For many years 1 suffered" severely from Inflammation of the kid* neys, and only those who lmve been afflicted in this way have any idea wlmt I went thr...
PATRIOTIC EMPLOYEES—HELP THE BELGIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
PATRIOTIC EMPLOYEES-HELP THE BELGIANS. A meeting of the employees of "W. S. Millard and Song., Ltd., was held last Monday to consider means of as .sibling towards the funds inaugurated for the'purpose of alleviating distress ed and starving . Belgians. Mr. W. Chambers occupied the chair. The proceedings were marked with aplen I did enthusiasm, when several of the | employees appealed for the noble cause and it was unanimously agreed, that the employees of every department contribute a little out of their wages weekly-toward the fund-until fur ther notice. Mr. J..N. Miller was elected hon. secretary, and Mr. Jack Taylor, lion, treasurer.
COMMERCIAL WHOLESALE BUYING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
COMMERCIAL WHOLESALE .BUYING PJtlCES. Wheat G/ per*bushel. Chaff, £5 10/ to £C por ton. Oats, 3/6 to 4/ per buslni. Sheep Skins, 2Jd to 3d p«r lb. Hides, 5&lt;1 to GJd per lb. . Rabbit Skins, 2Jd per lb. -Tallow, 4/ per tin. YOUNG RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Butter (best factory), 1/1 per lb. Dairy flutter, 1/2 per lb. Eggs, 1/ per dozen. Bacon, (piece), 1/2 per lb; (rashes1 1/3. Bran, 1/9 per bushel. Pollard, 1/1/ per bushel.
MORE HELP FOR BELGIAN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 March 1915
MORE HELP FOR BELGIAN FUND. . Wombat Jockey Club held a meet ing at Wombat last night and decided that the» proceeds of their Autumn Ilaco' Meeting to be hold on Wednes day. 17th March, would bo given to the Belgian Fund. This Is most patriotic of Wombat; and,we.hope to seo a big muster from Young and surrounding centres, and good support from horse owners, Entries' close on Wednes day next.