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WILL REACH CALAIS. A GERMAN BOAST. GERMAN FORCES FROM EASTERN FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

WILL REACH CALAIS. A GERMAN BOAST. GERMAN FORCES FROM EASTERN FRONT. London, March 8.-A largo Gorman force from tho eastern front lias ar-1 rived at Tournal'. .. London, March 8.-Germans at Bru« I ges boast that this time they will reach Calais. Henvy gunfire has been hoard at noulers, in tho direction of Ypres. London, March 8.-Many trains with German wounded have arrived «t Goulera. ;-uaUon, March 8.--Thorc is much .water traffic from Ghent to Bruges, including boats with machine guns.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

PERSONAL Miss M. Woodbrldgo, daughter ot Mr. W. Woodbrldge, Bendlclc Morrell, has been. very, successful with her pu» pl!s' education during her stay at Gib raltar school, near Queanbcyap... & addition to two of her pupils (Misses M. and E. Hatcllff) being successful In passing the Qualifying Certificate Examination In November last, they have succeeded iu gaining scholar ships. This is a great credit to tho pupils and also to the tracher.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney's Terrific Heat OVER 90 DEGREES AT MIDNIGHT. RESIDENT'S TRYING TIME. STAY IN THE PARKS ALL NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

Sydney's Terrific Heat OVER 90 DEGREES AT MIDNIGHT. RESIDENT'S TRYING TIME. ( STAY IN THE PARKS ALL NIGHT. Sydney, March 9.-Tho heat In Syd ney was terrific all night, and was the worst experienced la Sydney for many years. Thousands of people did not go to bed till alter midnight, and tho parks presented a gay appearanco till a very late hour. In tho coastal su burbs the beaches wore thronged. The-l temperature at midnight was 90.4 de- ' grees, At 3 a.m. tho wind changed to » southerly, and the temperature drop- , ped considerably. Tho bush fires , near Dankstown did a considerable, I amount of damage. Several homes < j were totally destroyed. Thq fires J

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLERAWANG ENVELOPED. NAVVIES LOSE THEIR TENTS. ANXIOUS TIME IN TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

WALLERAWANG ENVELOPED. NAVVIES LOSE THEIR TENTS? ANXIOUS TIME IN TOWN. Sydney, March 9.-Wallcrawang on j the western line was threatened with j destruction. Many tent3 belonging to men at work on the Diawana devia- j tlon, were destroyed with , their con tents. Largo numbers aro out fight ing the flames which are raging fierce ly and rapidly approaching the town-, ship. Later reports stato that no anxiety j Is felt with regard to tho town.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREEKS WANT WAR. THE KING FAVORS NEUTRALITY RESIGNATION OF THE CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

GREEKS WANT WAR. THE KING FAVORS NEUTRALITY RESIGNATION OF THE CABINET. London March 8.-The Greek Prem ier advocated intervention in the war 011 the .side of the Allies. The Cab inet resigned owing to tho King's dis approval of this policy. His Majesty .is in favor of neutrality. Four-fifths of tho members of Parliament favour the Premlor's attitude. The Premier .was accorded a popular ovation in the stroets, where huge crowds made a demonstration in favor of war.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAMATIC COUP IMMINENT. THE DANDANELLES BOMBARDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

THE DANDANELLES BOMBARD- j MENT. London, March 8.-A Paris papor states that mino sweepers in the Dar danelles protected a French squadron anjl succcoded in destroying fivo rows of. mines in tho vicinity of Chanak. I Tho TurkB replaced tho aiienced bat- j tories with field guns and fired shrap- i doI which caused insignificant damage to tho Queen Elizabeth and the Irres- j totiblo, which replied with overwhelm- i ing effectiveness at 12,000 yards. ' Bucharest reports that gold and .spocio havo been removed from Con-( atantinoplo to Konia, in Asia Minor, . and two Turkish Army Corps have ar rived at the capital from Adrianoplo. Tho report also states that ex-Suitan Abdul Hamld has regainod his free dom. It is believed that & dramatic coup is Imminent.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAR. Country Press Special to the Witness. THE DARDANELLES. CONSTANTINOPLE ALARMED. FEAR OF MASSACRES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

Country.Prceo Special to the Witnepa. THE.DARDANELLES. CONSTANTINOPLE ALARMED. ... - FEAR OF MASSACRES. j London,'March-"8.-The Turks are ! usiug- uoating mirieB in the uacdau ! enca, some nuving oeen found as far as Tenedos. . Operations nave in cou* soqueuco been curried out wicn ox trouie caution. It Is hoped, however, j that before a fortnJgnt tho Anted : Fleet will be In tho tiea of Marmora, and then Constantinople wi»i quiokiy fall. Alrcaay tno Awies havo destroy* ed fiO TurkUh guna. Tho noavy i unc : ish guns aro skilfully hidden, and it j will be necessary to knock out each I individually. A spectator who watch | ed tho opening of the bombardment, dcacribe!> It as a magnificent spectacle. | Each projectile, ho BayB, appoared to creato a frightful Inferno. There is great aiarm in Constantinople, and tho position of foreigners, oven Uornians, l is precarious in ail portions. I Gold found in possession of private I Individuals and banks has beon seized. | 'mo fear Is that ma...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

SALES. Wednesday, March 10.- Flanagan, Stola and Co,, Grenfell will soli on above date,-on a/c Mrs. Edwards, At "Ellendalo Farm," Thuddungra, ilw wtiolo of hor.Ho'ii»»iold Furniture awi Effects. Tho salo to commence at 12.30 p.m. Saturday, March., 13.-Thos. Rey-' nolds will conduct a sale ot ''Crescent I ViUa" Farm, Marengo, on above date, on a/c Mr. M. J. CumminB at 2.30 p.m. Comprising 1038 acres Freehold and. C.P. Land. Tuesday, March 16.-Messrs. Robert Glban and Son and Messrs. Brooks and King (Auctioneers in conjunction) will hold a clearing-out salo at Color* ailo, near Wallcndbeen, on a/c Mr. W. Pitts, who . is leaving Australia. For particulars sco advt. Wednesday, March 17.-W. A. Brod-' erlck, will hold a Land Sale at tiio I Royal Hotel, Wombat, on March 17, ' when l\o will otter on a/c Executors of i the will of John Ballos, Portions 82, 03 and 84 containing 120 acres of Free hold land. Thursday, March -18th.-Thos. Rey nolds will hold an Important Clearing Salo ot .High Cl...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARSENIC IN GINGERBEER BOTTLE. A PECULIAR CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

ARSENIC IN G1NGERBEER BOTTLE. A PECULIAR CASE. Sydney, March"5.-?-At the inquest to-day on the death of Frank Fletr'ior (19) who died after drinking glagor beer on February 15, . it wa«» stated that deceased was a member of a swimming party of hMt a dozen, and that on their way home.the swimmers purchased some bofttos of ginger but*. Later a number of-the party bpcam* .violently ill, but Ml rocoverod with the excoptlon of Fletcher who succuhj bed next morning. ; . The GoveMwnt Analyst stated that ho had analysed the .^dlment left hi the bottles and . found it to be arsenic colored with ro sine. The shopkeeper from whom the drinks were purchased stated that tho bottles had been delivered from Kops factory. and boro'the regular label They were properly corked, and had not tern opened till purchased by the party. Ke did not keep arsenic or ro sine on his premises. The police sta ted that the bottle washing machin ery at Kops factory was defective, so . that it would he possible for har...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Serious Bush fires OVER FIFTY OUTBREAKS AROUND SYDNEY. HOUSES AND FENCING BURNED IN MANY SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

Serious Bush fires OVER FIFTY OUTBREAKS AROUND SYDNfcY. HOUSES AND FENCING BURNED IN MANY SUBURBS. ' Sydney,' March 3- Serious bush fired are raging around Sydney which , are attuuuted to the great heat, in ! ali tuove have been 52 outbreaks In . the metropolitan area, constituting a , record. Hornaby had a narrow escape beiug threatened with destruction, and it was not until after a hard fight that | mauy houses were saved. Flfteea houses were* damaged and a thousand j acres of bush burned, besides many , orchards through which tho flro swept. ; A'number of outhouses and' miios of j i fencing were destroyed at Auburn, l ' Consiuerabio damage wag done in j many, other suburbs. Fires are burn ing fiercely In the Hornsby and Manly districts this morning. . Tho total I . damage will run into many thousands j , of pounds. \ .'

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Parks Grant. YOUNG GETS £10. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

I The Parks Grant, YOUNG GETS £10. < Mr. G. A. Burgess, M.P. has rceeiv* j ed the following letter from tho- Un der Secretary in reference to the ua* ! ual grant to the various Park? in tho liilrrangong Electorate :-~Dopartmont pi Lauds, Sydney, 3rd March, 1016: ,SIr: I liavo the honor to Inform you : duit the'sum of £90 has been.set apart ty the Minister for Lands,' out of this year's voto for tho improvement of the Public Parks aud Recreation Reserves it. your Electorate, tho amount for cich separate area, a3 desired by you bsing aa follows:-Behdick" Morrcll Recreation Ground, £5; Bulla Creek' Recreation Reserve, £5; Bumbaldry Recreation Reservo, £5; Grenfoll Show acd Recreation Reservo, £10; Hami> stuad Recrcatlon Reserve, £5; ICoora wstha Recreation Reserve, £5; Mar euvjo Park, £5; Monteagle Recreation Rcfscrvo, £5; Central Park, Murrum jurrah, £10; Thuddungra Reereation «Jrouud,£5; Tubbul Recreation Ground £5; Wallendbeen Park, £5; Wombat Recreation Ground, £5; Yo...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S WIRES MURDERED BY NATIVES. A SETTLER'S END. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

TO-DAY'S WIRES MURDERED BY NATIVE8/ A SETTLER'S END. Brisbane, March 9.-Harry Ballot * a white aottler, residing 35 miles from Port Moresby, was brutally murderod by natives. Eight catlvo boys attd a girl are implicated in tho murder.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CARS IN BRITISH ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

MOTOB CAES IN BRITISH AEMY, Leading authorities have-proclaimed tho 2-seatcr car is'incomparable, for the reason that rough, hard, or boggy roads an* alWlie «imo to it. The limn borette in particular stamto onrivjiHotl in this respcct, am) hills to it nro a«s level roads. It is mado by tho famous All-British lirrn of Humbers Ltd., ami as a 2-scatcr car it has first claim, not only op tbo authorities, but on every true-hearted BritonJ. for now, if nevor before, wo n-aliso' tho immensity of making our Empiro independent.. of other nations, and so enguro our nat» tonal existence. Agents, Tho Motor llouso Ltd., Balfour St., Sydnfty (Prioe £100), will gladly furnish particulars.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY BRIDGE BURNED. PASSENGERS ON BRISBANE MAIL TRANSHIPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

| RAILWAY BRIDGE BURNED. PASSENGERS ON BRISBANE MAIL I . TRANSHIPPED. Sydney, March 9.-A railway bridge at Kavensworth, was, burnt down and passengers on the Brisbane mall had to bo transhipped to another train.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAMAGE ON NORTHERN SIDE. SYDNEY TO NEWCASTLE ABLAZE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

DAMAGE ON NORTHERN SIDE. ! SYDNEY TO NEWCASTLE ABLAZE. ! Sydney, March 9.-Tho wholo coun , try alone the Northern lino between | Sydney and Newcastle is enveloped Jn i suffocating smoke. Bush Area are j raging nearly every milo. Tho sight . was most Impressive last night, but ' most uncomfortable. Trees and j scrub wore biasing fiercely even to the I water's edgo. The heat was terrific.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FALL IN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

Fall in Australia's stalwart sons. To help our brethren o'er the sea. I For there's muscle, skill and pluck ro qulred j . For the fight that's got to bo. Wield the sword for your country Fight for your kith and kin,, Die for their glorious Majesties So Australia's sons, "Fall In J" . The God of Justice will seo you k through Let not your hands be stained with babe murdering sin But slaughter those cowardly Germans So Australia's Sons "Fall In!" It matters nQt if thero's three to ono With thorn, you can easily win Shoot tho first, bayonet the seoond, i club tho third, I So Australia's Sons, "Fall lot" j Think of our English brothers, I Right mid tho battlo's din 1 Struggling to keep our Empire /reo So Australia's Sons, "Fall In!" j Let no man carry your burden, 1 Enlist and we're sure to win, So march to fight for we're In the right Australia's Sons, "Fall In!" Help the bravo French soldiers, v | In the trenchos cold and thin, | And ottr battered Belgian Allies, i So Australia's Sons...

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Ancient School Building UNSATISFACTORY CONDITION OF YOUNG DISTRICT SCHOOL. FIFTEEN STUDENTS HUDDLED IN A BOOM 14ft. SQUARE. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

Ancient School Building ' UNSATISFACTORY CONDITION OF ' YOUNG DISTRICT SCHOOL. FIFTEEN STUDENTS HUDDLED IN A BOOM 14ft. SQUAIIE. tTo tlio Editor). Sir,-Khltlly allow mo through tho columns of your papor to draw tho . attention of tho Parents and Citizens' | Association (If same has not passed into oblivion) to tho conditions pre- ; vailing at tho Young District School. .J understand that besides tho teacher there are fifteen students being pro- I pared for an examination in a room ; measuring fourteen feet squaro which \ has for ventilation, ono ventilator, < measuring 9 Inches by six inches; > thero aro also two windows on tho : west side and they aro unprotected: from tho sun. Considering tho wen- { they wo have experienced for somo t months past it must be impossible for tho students to study, Ih such an at mosphere. I think It Is tlmo that something was done In tho way of remedying this ancient building which from an educational point of view ia a disgrace to the D...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WEIGHTS. FIRST DAY—MARCH 10th. First Race to start at 2.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

THE WEIGHTS. FIRST DAY-MARCH 10th. First Itace to start at 2.30 p.m. 1. NEWMARKET HANDICAP, of 15 sov6., second horse' 2 sovs. from prizo. Distance G furlongs I st lb. Proclaloa .' 0 10 Wild West 9 6 I Mullongecn *8 9 Havestal S 2 Blue Beit .. 7 5 Lady Rlveredale ..6 10 Second Race to start at 3.10 p.m. i 2 TRIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. Han-. dicap. For all horses that have' :.cver won a first prize exceed* Ins 10 sovs. Distance, 6 furlongs. Seraphic .. ;. 9 0 Sir Major 8 12 Pcnomai 8 7 Jennie Brook ... 87 Catchmore 7 5 Vinara 7 5 Baroo ... 7 3 One and Three ... 7 3 Weclong ... 7 3 Rubian 0 7 Proraa 6 7 Third Raco to start at 3.50 p.m. . 3. YOUNG TURF CLUB HANDICAP « of 30 80V0. Second horse 3 sovs. ] from prize. Winner of any raco of ' the value of 15 sovs. or . over, af*! tcr the declaration of weights, to carry a 71b. penalty. Distance, once round (1 mile 130yds.) Wild West 9 .7 St. Atbyn 90 Cupiditas ... 712 Sir Major .75 Weclong ... o 7 * Fourth Race to start at 4.60 p.m. 4. FLYING ...

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Young Annual Races NOTES AND ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

Voting Annua! Races'1 ) -? ? I NOTES AND ANTICIPATIONS. (By Jackarax). Weights Tor Young Annual Races to morrow havo been allotted by Mr. Jainos Price (S.O.U.A. *landicappor(. | Tho second Jay'a weights win no: bo I adjusted until Wednesday night. in [ eacn raco Mr. Price has so adjusted \ things that thero aliomd he i'cw i acratchings. Most owners are sat- i isfied with their weights, and gooi contests aro sure to result. In tno j first raco-the Newmarket Handicap . probacy the who.e six* whl lace tnc ! barrier. Mr. J. Parknuin's mare j Precision with 9st lQib. up iti sura lu ; bo favorite, and stands a good chanix' i of winning, notwithstanding tho [ weight carried. Wild West and Mul lengeen are also strongly fancied, with j Lady Kiversdalc a goou outsider. Uaio j Belt, however, may cli'eot a surprise, j My tip, however, is Precision. j Of eioven horses nominated in 1 tho Trial stakes, about seven sliouid ! start. For this raco Weelong looks a good thing, but probacy will not; sta...

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YOUNG SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915

YOUNG SCHObi- 'b^ ARTS. . The usual monthly meeting of the .Young School of Arts waft hold on Fr! . day night last. Mr. It^ W.. Collins (president) occupied the chair, and there were also present:-Messrs. J. E. Phelim, L. L. Hotran, F. J. Brown low, It. S. Laxen, W. "Vyiieatley, W. M. West and R. M. Stewart (lion, secretary). The resignation of Mr. J. Irvine was accepted with regret, j Threo weeks lcavo of absence was ; granted to Mrs. Jones (librarian), and Mrs. Ross was appointed to act dur ing her absence, .

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