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Burrangong Shire. COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
Burrangong Shire. COUNCIL MEETING. ilio usual monihly meeting of tho , "."?rangenE SMro Council was hold I oil Saturday last. Present: Cr. Wm. : Browuo (President), In tlio chair, and Crs. Grichton, Thackeray, Davis, Tay lor and Tout. Air. George Norinan asked pcrmls- ? sion .toi closo and purgfaso lano bo-J tv/oen Ills property and* AV/TIin ton's/' -No actlou taken. Mr. James WJldroan, "The Grange," urowtlier, was granted remission as i asked to ring and kill a crooked tree ' near his fence. j ?* Holland, Thuddungra, ' uroto stai.ng that a road, through S, \ Jiaiioy s and Donges wa» blocked, and I ho had no road to the railway siding. . ie ayked tho Council to inspect.-Re ferred to tho engineer mSr"Vth?rl,° ' Pr,*Ts» Association ' comp.alncd of tho dangerous condition of road from Greeneihorpe to Warren* song station. It was decided to ask Waugoola Shire what it proposed shcu.d be done between Ihe two shires Mr. T. Joyce "Tlie Elms," Won't oa§ # ,\va,s granted permission to lop and...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
OBITUARY. An old lady named Mrs. Mary Mur- phy Hoye, aged 84 years, died at Mrs. Cranfield's residence in Wombat street on Saturday night last, the cause of death being senile decay. Born in County Cork, Ireland, the late Mrs. Hoye had reached the great age of 84 years. She came to New South Wales 58 years ago, and two years af- ter her arrival was married to her late husband at Goulburn, residing in Bur- rowa district for very many years. She leaves a family of four sons and one daughter. Messrs. J. and P. Hoye, of Murrumburrah are sons of deceased, whilst Mrs. P. Braddon, of Tubbul is a daughter. The remains were con- veyed by motor to Burrowa on Sunday night for interment.
MURRUMBURRAH RESIDENT'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
MURRUMBURRAH RESIDENT'S DEATH. On Suuday the death occurred at his residence, Blind Creek, of Mr. Peter Kennedy, a very old and respected re- sident of Murrumburrah. The decea- sed gentleman was a native of Ireland, and had resided in Murrumburrah since 1886. The cause of death was bronchial pneumonia. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon.
FATAL COUNTRY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
FATAL COUNTRY FIRE. Gunning, March 6.—A sensational fire occurred yesterday morning, when the residence and private hospital of Nurse Turner was destroyed. Her husband, A. J. Turner, was badly burn- ed while rescuing his two elder chil- dren. The infant daughter, 16 months old, was burned to death. One patient with a baby a few hours old, was rescued as the flames almost reached &nbsp; her. The building was insured for &nbsp; &nbsp; £220. &nbsp;
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
MARRIAGE. On Wednesday last, Mr. David Loa- der, son of Mr. John Loader, of Young, was married to Miss June Maud Ben- dle, daughter of Mr. J. W. Bendle, of Monteagle. The cermony which was performed by Rev. C. P. Walk- den Brown, took place at the residence of the bride's parents, "Bankside," Monteagle.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 March 1915
THANKS. &nbsp; MR. W. JASPRIZZA desires to thank the QUEENSLAND INSURANCE &nbsp; CO., LTD., for their prompt settlement in full, through their local agent (Mr. THOS. REYNOLDS) of his claim in connection with the fire which recent- ly destroyed his house on Monteagle road.
IMPRISONED IN GERMANY. NATURALISED MAN RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
IMPRISONED IN GERMANY. NATURALISED MAN IIBTUI1NS. Sydney, March 10.-Mr. Peter Links a Cowra resident, and a naturalised German, returned by the Sanoma to* day, after bavins been a military prisoner in Germany. Links stated that ho had been re leased when the authorities learned that he was an Australian, as, tney stated, Germans wore not imprisoned In Germany. Links allirmed that the conditions in Germany were almost normal. There was no truth in the reports of a great food shortage, and at the time ho was in Germany prices were the samp as beforo the war, except that bread was a little dearer. He added that the Kaiser was more j popular than ever, and that the Ger man papers printed accounts of the splendid "reception" given in Austra lia to the captain of the limden. ThQ German people quite under stood that Germany was at war with England becauso of the invasion of I Belgium, but believed that Germany i had not offended first. I
A LOADED GUN. LITTLE GIRL KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
A LOADED GUN. LITTLE GIRL KILLED. Penritli, Wednesday. - Kathleen .Woods, aged 3 years, residing at Rich mond, went with her aunt to the re sidence of her uncle, Theodore Charles Dovlin, at Agnes Banks. The little one -was playing about tho house, and Mr. Devlin , who was in a shed close by, hearing the report o£ a gun, ran to the kitchen, where he found the child lying near tho door, with a gun "beside her.( According* to Devlin's evidence at the inquest, he left tho gun standing by a sewing raachinc in lie kitchen, but wat> not aware it wa3 loaded. The gun had not been used for a fortnight, and had not been dis turbed for that thne. He had not left the gun loaded before. The child had evidently drawn tho gun with her three or, four yards to the doorway, where it exploded, blowing part of her head off. A verdict of accidental death was returned.
FIRE AT NARROMINE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
FIRE AT NARROMINE. Narromlne, March 10th.-A lire des troyed the homo of T. tfharpe, letter carrier, last night. Mr', and Mrs. Sharpe were returning home wuen they noticed a giaro m the sKy. Tiiey hurried on, and wnen neanng tneir burning home the vehlc*e struci: a stump and threw the occupants out. Mr. Sharpe had a collar Done urouen and his lent arm fractured in two plac es, whilst Mrs. Sliarpe was badiyiorul ...a aua shaken. Tue house was des troyed and all its contents. The oc cupants were rescued In time.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
'''T(|M!:'RJ'(2E;!V ICE'! Iccinow delivered to any part of the town in Large or.Small; j " v ? Quantities. PIUCE-3/G Per Cwt. " Small Blocks containing about 141b., 6d each..\ - .Aerated Water and Cordials of the FinestQt\ality.7.isis.' T. MCVEIGH, Telephone 162 :: YOUNG. W. O. CART WRIGHT, MONUMENTAL WORKS :: YOUNG Inspect my Designs and Get My Prices for Granite and Marble Monuments, Crosses and Headstones BEFORE BUYIN G ELSEWHERE. (All Work Guaranteed). Important to Farmers. Tlie New McOormick Drill Is fitted with chain drive wh'ch makes it absolutely the best drill on the market Call 'in at our depot and inspect the new improved grain , ; sowing device. ; , 1 . . Easy Terms for Early Orders. TRESILIAN & DUN, LOCAL AGENTS. Phone 55. Piece's 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. In all departments there are balances, and'the sale tickets will remain on these until th...
Shocking Railway Fatality. MAN KILLED AT JUNEE. CRUSHED BETWEEN ENGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
Shocking Railway s Fatality. 1 MAN KILLED AT JUNEE. CRUSHED BETWEEN ENGINES. A,shocking accident occurred ia>tho June© railway yards on Wednesday af ternoon, resulting In a young man nam ed Roy Jones losing bis life. It appears Jones, who Is an englno .flitter was engaged as usual about his .work In tho fitting yards, when he . was caught betweon tho buffers of two .engines, Tho unfortunate man was .terribly crushed, and when his com* xades rendered prompt assistance It was at one© Been that his injuries were most serious. Jones collapsed and died a few minutes after the accident; (Occurred..
New Cabinet Minister MR. GRAHAME ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
New Cabinet Minister MR! .GRA'HAMB ELECTED. -i. At Wednesday a meeting of the Par liamentary Labor Party, Mr. Graliarae'i was electqd 10 tnc vacsjucy . in the1; ministry.. . OC the eight or nine candidates a , couple were not taken sori&isly. 01-; the remaining six Mr. Dunne (Mud-; gee) and Gardiner (Newcastle).did not;'! Tlireo'naiiotB from;the en^. and Mr. Storey (Balmain) dropped' out: in the next baiiot: Mr.v-Dooleyv wait &lt;5;imi:iated;; . In.the last* ballot Ministers .crackcdtUo .whip'* una the result gave Mr. Gra hame t(Wickham) 211 votes,'and Mr.^; Burgess. (Burrangong) 22. votes. As.: Messrs. EsteJl (Minister.- /or. Labor) .and Cusaok* were absont, it was. decid ed towiro: for.their votos: . Mr. Mc Gowen;another absentee, lmd forward od a proxy, for the Government, nom inee, for whom Mr. Carmichael had ? also voted;'. - v. f- ? On roceipt or the absent members ? votes,; it was announced that Mr. v Grahame had been elected* " >r . Mr. Holman. refused .to...
LETTER FROM BELGIAN CONSUL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
LETTER FROM BELGIAN: CONSUL. / , Inr&plytonn;inquIry,Mrs.,T.;iMc Kay, of '.7* Main street, Young,' has received the following letterfrom'tlie Consul for Belgiumin Sydney. v i1, ' 14 Castlefeagli St; Sydney., f Mrs. Tlioa. B.McKuy, '.Main j^Vcet," ; fYoung-Dear Madame,-In'--: reply to . your letter ! beg to state that^up to , the present I iiaye notrecelyedany^ad ' vicb 'of Bolghan children .'comingto Australia, Should ; any be sent, out, your'letter will be" kept' on^flle, and you will bo.communicated with. Than king you for your Inquiry, Yours faith M. WATTEAU. Consul lor Belgium.
VICTORY CONFIRMED [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
VICTORY CONFIRMED London, .March 12.-Later ca'jlda confirm the British victory at Meuve Chapelle over 300 yards of sixty tren« ches were captured. The 40tii Army Corps and the Indian troops have also gained material advance, capturing, hostllo positions for a, distance of threo quarters of a nlilo: ova? V00 prisr oners were taken. Simultaneously," British aircraft siicc^Oo I .in, destroy ing the railway junction* at Courtai, and Menin.