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P. & A. Association [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
P. & A. Association Tho ballot for the Young P. and A. Association Committee d 32 members waa mado known yosterday. Tho following were' elected: R. 0. Breden, J. Blackwood, C. H. Boyd, J. B. Brown, C. Crlcbton, J. T. Chow, J. F. Dwver, J. X. Dwyor, J. Forsytho, W. J. Hills, D. MacKonzlo, W. J. Millard, A. B.Moffitt, J. L. Maroney, John Parkman, Robert Park man, "W. R. Parkman, S. E. Roberts, Walter Rutherford, H. L. Robortson, C. Robertson, .T. G. Sloano, F. A. Sutherland, F. A. Seldon, F. H. Tout, H. Taylor, S. Taylor» L. E. Tiomey, J. E. Tunney, H. 0. Thackoray, R. H. Thackoray, T. F. Treaillan.
DISTKICT NEWS. BENDICK MORRELL. RELIEF FOR BELGIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
DISTKICT NEWS. BENDICK MORRELL. (From our Correspondent). ? RELIEF FOIt BELGIANS. 1'endick Morrell, March Sth.- A meeting was. held In the Calare Hall on Saturday .last under the auspices of tho Red Cross Society. Mrs. Hen-' nett presided and she was supported 'by the Rev. F. Rettle and Mr. T. Dickenson, The following collectors volunteered--Mrs. T. Sutherland, Mr. J. P| StinsoivMisses Bell and L. Suth erland. T.'friiC are to work in con jimctioik , \Ah tho local Red Cross . executive, v.'ho are to receive all mon oys and manage things generally. Jud ging by the liberal response in the halt it is anticipated that this district will contribute about £7 monthly. A euchre /party and ball is to be held in aid 6t' the Belgian fund about next full moon. A vote "of thanks to Mrs. Bennett for so ably presiding brought the meet ing to .1 cloyei
IF BRITAIN WERE INVADED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
IF BRITAIH WERE INVADED. In n privrf" totter received'by tho Inst mail it wis "Hinted tliat a warn ing was issued ^by tho authorities to residents in the South of England, that If they/heard the Church . bellB clanging th.ey must know it meant a raid o£ tHG Germans. Then they must put on as many clothes aa posslblo, wrap tjp all cooked food in a blanket, and carry it on thoir backs and tako 'a "kettle, frying pan, and trivet iu their hands, aifd hurry off to a rendezvous, whore waggons would be ready to convey away infants and old persons. It was stated :that all children above R years would bo ex vested to walk. . The business in connection with tho office of Mr. A. B. Triggs, of Ynsn, Is being temporarily removed to Syd ney. Several qf tho employees at tho Yass office have been transferred to tho metropolis, whilst it has been .necessary to dIsp'£*e'of the servico of others." " . * . "" \ A cynic sends a tip for the recruit ing department of our army. "Way go for the single man?" ...
GENERAL NEWS. WAR AND SPORT SHOULD'RACING CONTINUE. PARALLELS FROM HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
GENERAL iNEWS. WAR ANp/SPORT.Y SHOULD'RACING CONTINUE. PARALLELS FROM HISTORY. London, March 6th.-Should sport be abandoned during war timo? Lord Koseberry has.written a letter to the newspapers protesting uaginst the suggestion to stop racing. .If it ceas ed altogether, thoroughbred horses, which were essential for the army,, would disappear. "Our Allies," add ed Lord Itoseberry, "know that En glishmen do not think it necessary to put up shutters because they are en gaged in war. The Epsom and As cot meetings had been held through out the Napoleonic wars, and the win ner of the Derby had been announced in general orders in the Crimea.
AN AUDACIOUS FOX. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
AN AUDACIOUS FOX. Tho owner of a Byng street (Orange) boarding house a few mornings since, hearing a considerable commotion among the poultry, investigated it. To her Intense surprise she found her fowls balled up In a corner by an im pudent fox. who was making aselec tion for b'reakfagt. Ho was Immedia tely scared oft. but got away too fast to be caught. . -r v. -
BELGIAN SEWING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
BELGIAN SEWING DAY; The Red Cross Society has decided to have a Belgian Sewhig Day at the .P.and A. Hall onTuesday next, and the.ladies will be glad of any length of material from a yard upwards which j tho committee will sew into suitable i garments for the children. Materials may be. loft at Mrs. Tester, Mrs. Met- j calfe or Mr. Itodda. . I
Intercession Service and the Offertory. CHURCH DON'T WANT MONEY FROM UNWILLING GIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
Intercession Service and the Offertory. HURCH DON'T WANT MONEY FROM UNWILLING GIVERS. "The Church doesn't want your money If you are unwilling to give it/ -aid'the Rev. S. A. T. Champion prior to the offertory.being taken up In St. John's Church of England on Sun day morning. The Impression had .?ot abroad, and the statement circu lated, sdid the -rector, that the sole .dea of inviting the military, and the .odges to take part in such services .is the one on Sunday last was that the Church' might-be' enriched thereby. The statement was certainly an un worthy one, and certainly not a cor ost one. Rather than have sucli an idea get abroad, he would abolish the -.ollection altogether, or olse any who felt they did not want to givo their collection to the church could put It In a piece of paper and mark It for the Belgian -Fund, or the Red Cross or any fund they liked. The church did not want anybody's money If they were not prepared to givo It. Some suggested that a'.l tho collection s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
Notions in Tailoring BY THE HUSTLERS Few-Men are adiie in uui.il, Fewer Etll! aliko-in. taste.-. . . . THAT'S WHY ORIGINALITY COUNTS IN TAILORING. ?' Tho man who slavishly follows fash* Ion plates can never'please the distinc tive dresser. . ' Mlnd,you-there are many Tailors real good workmen-who cannot'or iginate.' % The HUSTLERS* can,, and do taUo a prldo lri> doing so- do It for the sake.of better work"and better sat-' is/action tor their clients;. v. Isn't it worth nomethlng to YOU this betterment In Tone and Style. Sure-it, Is! ;. Well;then .let'9 got together noxt time you: want .a1' N«*v Suit, and betwoen us svo'll produce a real top-notciior for.you.V, -.'VV. Won't cost you "any moro-not a . cent. , .. That's tho strong point of HUSTL&R service. ' Our Specialty Suit-t&Me'aaura in'any. Material-7-63/..' - Others at'55/ to 75/-^-no.need'to go higher for you cannot get better ma terials. ' . . ,. * . - 1 . Ready-Made Suits. Seo what 30/ or 3D/C will do at the...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
|. COMMERCIAL. The Sydney Wool Selling Broker*' Association, vi.?.-Australian Mercan tile, Land and Finance Coy,, Limited; John Bridge and Co., Ltd.; Dalgety and Co., Ltd.; Goldsbrough, Mort and Co., Ltd.; Harrison Jono.s and Devlin, Ltd.; l-iill, Clark and Co., Ltfi.; Now Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd,; Pastoral Finance Assocai tlon Ltd.; Pitt, Son and Badgery Ltd; Schute, I3ell and Co., Ltd.; and Winch combe, Carson, Ltd., report: Wool.-There have been no wool auctions in Sydney during the past week owing to buyers being filjscnt. at tho Brisbane sales, but business will bo resumed on Monday and during the coming week 30,000 balcrf will be con tinued for three weeko after which there will he a recess at Easter extend ing over a month. Sales will then resume and will probably extend un til June. The prospects are bright for a continuance of late high rates for all well grown free wools aud it is not unlikely that as tho quantities of these descriptions rapidly dwindle...
"BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS." [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
"BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS." In "Bunty", the winsome charming .character ..created by Mr. Graham Moffat la his famous Scotch Comody "Bunty Pulls the. strings" which Is to bo produced at the Towu Hall. Young on Thursday noxt. Mr. Mof fat has added to the academy of stage characters which are world famous In theatrical literature. "Bunty" will be interpreted by Miss Jean Clyde,, du? ring the play's tour of Australia, and 'she is-considered by the author, to bo the Gnest "Bunty" he has yet seen. The Sydney "Refereo" describes "Bun ty" as "a wholly kirkbred product, en tirely, absolutely and unwaveringly Scottish, from the tip of her tiny black shoes to her old fashioned "bun," Shrewd, level-headed, capablc, yet withall wholly feminine aud lovable, she presents a plcturo of absorbing interest to all true lovers of human .nature. Although she rides, rough shod over the objections and. prejudi ces of mere man, she does so by means of her. attributes as a woman, her na tive cleverness, makin...
The Shire Roads. ENGINEER'S REPORTS. GENERAL REPORT FOR FEBRUARY. DAMAGE BY FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
j; TfievShire Roads. . ENGINEER'S REPORTS. GENERAL REPORT FOR FEBRUARY. . DAMAGE BY FLOODS. ?"'AtSaturday's'meet ng w B 'rangong Shlro' Council, Mr. W a. Nicholson, shlro cnElnccr, .u Illston eral and sub-reports, dealt «,Ui ° condition Of tho roads »viUlu iJ'c Shlro and tho damage duno W tnc "Itf?'report tliat slnco last meetinc . ono road contract lias been lot for work on road from Koorawatlia Young road to Bendlok Morrell Plat form comprising 200 cubic yard^ot maintenance metal at total £-15. . Tenders with ^neumeb and recommendations attached av©, herewith .submitted for J tracts aggregating and, couVpris* Sff 350 cSbic -yards of maintenance matorlalonroad Young to Burrovj-a Seen the Municipal boundary, and no iotli mile; also 80 chains ot clear 'ng on road from lClngsvalo road_ o | ttirk Creek road.' Tenders for fur . ther works will be submitted Shurtjy All works in hand.. are ' Progressing satisfactorily and ,vQuchcra for ad. vanes and (Hurt laments submitted for payment.' n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
ICE! ICE! ICE! Ice now delivered to any part of the town in Large or Sroali, .. . ? Quantities. ;? PRICE-3/6 Per Cwt. Small Blocks containing about I4lb., 6d each. . Aerated Water and Cordials of the Finest Quality. T. MCVEIGH, . Telephone 162. :: YOUNG. w. o. MONUMENTAL WORKS Inspoct my Designs and Got My Prices for Granite and Marble Monuments, Crosses and HeadstoncA BEFORE BUYIN G ELSEWHERE. (All Work Gu arantoed). - - Important to Farmers. Tlie New McUormick Drill Is fitted with chain drive wh:ch makes it absolutely the best drill on the market. Call in at our depot ani inspect the new improved grain sowing device. Easy Terms for Early Orders. TRESILIAN & DUN, LOCAL AGENTS. [Phone 55. ENDED Saturday, 6th March. As usual after a season's clean up. such as we have recently had, there are lots of odds and ends , still left unsold. f . . _ In all departments there are balances, and .the sale tickets will remain on these until they are either sold or put awpy for next summer....
IF PARIS HAD FALLEN. THE KAISER'S PLANS. INVASION OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
IF PARIS HAD FALLEN. THE KAISER'S PLANS. INVASION OP ENGLAND. The Kaiser counted on suroly on Paris falling-Into his hands early In the war that all his plans werb laid beforehand. They were rovealed in the Parly newspaper "Lo Mo.Ua," whlcVstatea: "Tho Gormans, expecting tho easy capture of Paris, divided the city In to seven sectors. Each was to re ceive a garrison of 100,000 men. The Kaiser, at the head of a million and a half troops, Was to march before ! the fallen city and propose a truce. The French Government, In return . for Its provinces, was to give gold, and perhaps soldiers and sailors, to invado England. If France refused, one of tho .sec tors was to bo sacked, the public monuments destroyed, and the banks and prlvato houses pillaged. After this example a fresh ultima* .turn was to bo presented, and, if she still refused, a second sector was to be handed over to tho military. "The Germans believed that Russia's ammunition would not last for three months."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
GORDON & GARLING -SOLICTOR S. LYNCH STREET, YOUNG. Koorawatha .visited every Saturday. Murrumburrah, Harden and other centres by appointment. Special considcrntian given to Land Board matters. Money to Lend 01 all classes of se curity In large or small sums. ROAD WORK AT \VAL,LENDBEEN. . Tho Wallendbeen Municipal Coun« j ell invito tenders In this Issue for road ! work In that Municipality. 1 Tenders dose on Friday, March 19th.-See | '.adyt. ?