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COMMERCIAL WHOLESALE BUYING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
COMMERCIAL j WHOLESALE BUYING PIIICES. Wheat 5/ per bushel. ? -s . . Chaff, £5 10/ to £C per ton. Oats, 3/6 to 4/ por buslni. Sheep Skins, 2Jd to 3d p;r lb. 1 Hides, Gd to 52d per lb. Rabbit Sklna, 2$d per lb. Tallow, 4/ por tin. . YOUNG RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. ..."Butter, (best factory), 1/1 per Jb. i . Dairy Butter, 1/2 per lb. ' Eggs, 1/ per dozen. Bacon, (piece), 1/2 per lb; (rashes' 1/3. Bran, 1/9 per bushel. Pollard, 1/1/ per bushel.
PECULIAR TURF ACCIDENT IN ORANGE CUP. ROCKFAST SERIOUSLY WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
PECULIAR TURF ACCIDENT IN ORANGE CUP. EOCKFAST SERIOUSLY WOUNDED Orange, March 7.-A remarkable ac cident occurred during the runnlngof the Orango Cup yesterday. While the horses were rounding the turn into the straight the plato of the off (ore foot of I3.U.G. caught in the flosb of the off hind foot of Rockfast, tearing away about three inches of flosh. Tho" plate broke, and two and a half inches of it were embedded in Rockfast's foot. Both horses continued, and fin ished two lengths away from the win ner. Tho broken picco was speedily removed from Rockfast's foot, and ho horse is now receiving careful atten tion. Tho injury is regarded as ser ious.
THE RAIN THAT IS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
THE RAIN THAT IS WANTED. Tlio sky divides attention with the war. Everyone In tho southern half oi Australia is looking with eager eyes to the portents, and hoping that rain may come. For this is tho month of trial. If wo are favored with really good ralna, within tho next £ow weeks, tho relief to trade and commerce will bs almost immeasurable. Bountiful showers now and good news about the v:ar will soon have their effect, for .t Is amazlug how Australia plcku up flf* tor being depressed. .Still uncertain ty has to bo faced. If it should hap* pen that tho March rains are sparse, we will lmvo to submit to another test of endurance, This is the unpleasant side. Our fears turned our eyes anx iously to tho sky on Saturday night when a huge circle round tho moon gavo promise of rain, but appearances now do not give much indication of coming rain. When it doos come may it fall copiously.
ATTACKED BY BEES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
ATTACKED BY BEES. A carrier; named Moore, was re cently attaclcod at Gloucester, .by a ' stfarm of bees while.deliverlrig a load of wood. The horse was killed out right, and Moore had a narrow escape. Dr. Malsy extracting no less than 70 'bee stings from his head, face and arms.« At: a meeting held it was de j cided to present/Moore with another I horse.-. - ..
A LONELY BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
; A LONELY BOY. Last .week, at ICickabill, near Con* dobolin, William* Joseph" Martin was found suffering ;frora Strychnine poi soning and eventually succumbed. An inquiry was subsequently held; and evidence -was given that the'boy, aged about 15 years, had come from Eng land. Although he carried out Hglit house duties In an apparently cheer* fill manner, he had complained that he was very lonely; he had no relatives In the Commonwealth. A verdict of suicide was returned.
A PAINFUL SWELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
I- y A PAINFUL SWELLING. . tOn any part'of the body, may, if ne glected, end In some kind of sore, such 'as a boil.cartimcle, uleor, abscess, I fistula; etc; 'c 'To prevent such a re»: suit, .apply: Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment. This will rotleve the pain, draw out'tho inflammation, rcduco the swelling, and /drivo away Uio entire 1/G and 3/. Obtainable at W. V. Weed trouble. Accopt no substitute. Price, .oil's; Young.v ' v.:.-. - ~rvn
EARLIER NEWS. ACROSS THE RHINE. FRENCH AIRMAN'S SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
EARLIER NEWS ACROSS THE RHINE. FRENCH AIRMAN'S SUCCESS." An official announcement at Parle In regard to th&lt;j successful raid by a Frencu airman, who crossed tho Ithiao and blew up a powdor factory near Donaueschingcn, In Baden, emphas ises the value of the achievement. The Rottweli powdor factory, which was destroyed, was one of the .most important in Germany; . Four bombs were dropped by the airman, ami iho other threo ignited the powder Tho lirat set fire to the acid reservoirs works. At a height of tho conflag. ration tho names roso to 400 metres (1,300 feet).
TEMORA EXPERIMENTAL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
> TEMORA EXPERIMENTAL FARM. The cost of running the Teuiora Ex-, perlmerital farm, last.'year was £1455, whllo the revenue received was £146.' Judging from tho reports 'which* have "becft made about the . place, it seems possible thatif tlie.Government went In for selling the rabbits tliey could' make as much ns'£146 a year from; jtliat-. source. alone;.4But then the P.; P. Board, has.definitely decided to take action against tlie manager if the rab bits are not destroyed. . '
A RUSH FOR A HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
- A:RUSH FOR A HUSBAND. A Lob't week.the news, got about a Sydney suburb that a drunken man had been knocked down by a vehicle in Oxford street and seriously injur ed. / Withln-a,couplevof hours over a score of vromeri had raado anxious in quiries about the identity of the dam aged person. , That the bald descrip tiQa,-rr-'-'A./drunkott man/^ahou4di-giv* so many women an idea that their husbands had met with an accident has au element of pathetic humor.
SUNDAY CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
. SUNDAY CRICKET. On a recent Sunday the Mungindl cricketers arranged to play a scratch match, but before the game started, a constable informed' the players tliat ?:y would render themselves liable to .prosecution if the game was pro-' ceeded with.* Tho willowfwielders thought otherwise, and decided to .go on witli the game. Things uow prom-, ise to prova interesting,' for the whole ; of-the players, including-some of the 1 leading men of.the town,_ have been : served with blue " papers,and the Bench will act as umpire.
ANXIOUS MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
ANXIOUS MOMENTS. I; One of the moat anxious,times of a1 mother's life ia when, lier little ones have croup.' There is no other medi cine so effective in this terrible mal ady as Dr. Sheldon's New.Discovery. It can .be safely given and depended upon. No mother should ever bo with out a bottle In the house. Prico 1/6 and V. Obtainable, at W. K. Weed en's, Young.
"YOU DIRTY SKUNK." LEGISLATORS RUN HOT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
"YOU DIRT.Y SKUNK.' LEGISLATORS IIUN IIOT. In the West Australian Legislative Assembly-lat>t . week there was a dis orderly sceno at one stage. Mr. 'Mitchell (Liberal) said that the Pre-' tnler (Mr. Scaddan) should abandon his extravagant ways. Mr. Heitmann (Government Whip) interjected "And give up the drink." Mr. Mitchell: ?vrt'la no question of Qerman lnger, anyway." Mr. Heitmann: "You are not prepared to come outside and say , that,1 you dirty skunk." ; . Chairman: "The hon. member must withdraw.? Mr. Heitmann: *T withdraw, but will punch him on the noseMf he comes outside." .' . r; '
THE LADIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH. 54 Oxford Street, Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
THE LADIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH. 54 Oxford Street, Sydney. Modical Superintendent and Lad/ Consultants in attcndanco dally. Hours: 9 a.ra., to 5.30 p.m. Friday's additional from 6 p.m. till 8 p.m. "Sat urday's 9 a.m. till 12.30 p.m. . . .Con sultation form forwarded to any ad* dress upon application. All correspon* denco to bo addressed to the Medical Superintendent, Dept. A1X3 Ladles' college of Health, 54 Oxford atroot, Sydney.
WEARERS OF GUASSES. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
WEARERS OF GUAS8ES. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. Tho well-known firm of BRNbbi BOSCH, Consulting Opticians, of Mar* tin Place, and Pitt St., Sydney, who have been visiting this town for tho past ten years writes:-"On account ji tho numeious communications recoi* ved from this district, wo feol obllgod to warn the Spectacle Wearing Public . against persons using our namo and v.-orklng upon our reputation, not di* rectiy, but in such a manner as o mislead nud make bellovo that thoy arc representing us." .Roinombor that this firm can only. ho consulted at. tho Koyal HotoJ, Young, on dates advertised. Date of next Vigit-Tuesday, March ICth.
QUARTER SESSIONS AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1915. (Before Mr. [?] S[?]les). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
QUARTER SESSIONS AND DIS TRICT COURTS FOR 1915. (Before Mr. Tuslico Sruoles). ^renfell, Tuosday, April 13.12 p.m.) Cowra, Tunsday, Aplrl 20th. Young, Wednesday, 4th August. . Gronfoll, Tuesday, August 30 2 p.m. Cowra, Tuesday, 37th Auuuat. Young. Tuesda-y, 30th November. Gronfo!!, Tuesday, December. 7th at 2 p.m. . At Cowra, Tuesday, po2omber,X4tft«