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WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST IJOSCH'S VISIT.' The well-known linn of ERNEST ! 130SCH, Consulting Opticians, of Mur | tin Place, and Pitt St., Sydnoy, who have been visiting thiu town for tho past ten years writes:-"On account iof the numeiotis communications recei ved from this;'district, wo fool obliged to warn tho Spectacle.Wearing Public against persons using our wimo and working upon our reputation, not'di rectly, but in such a manner ns o mislead and make believe that they aro representing us.'! Remember that- this firm can only bo consulted at ^"tho Royal- Hotel, Young, on dates advertised. ' Dato of uoxt Vlait-Tuesday, March ICtll. ; t J r*Y ;:P,
POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10th. (Before Mr. F. B. Treatt, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10th. (Before Mr. F. B. Treatt, P.M.) John Mackell&r GUes was summon ed by the Young Municipal Council for tlio sum of £1 Is 5d being sanitary and garbage rates due from 1st April, to 5th November, 1914, for the house in which he lifred in Capel street and Nasmyth street. The demand requir ed by the Local Government Act was posted on 21st January last. The de fendant did not appear and after evi dence was ordered to pay £1 Is 5d due court coHts 5/, in( default H days hard labor in Young gaol. Daisy Giles was also summoned for not paying sanitary and garbage rates for the flower shop and refreshment rooms in Burr&lt;i\va street from 28th August to 5th November, the amount due being 8/. After evideuce by the Council Clerk the defendant was-or dew: pay 8/ du® and court «ot»ts? V in default 8 hours light labor In near est gaol to place of arrest. SMALL DEBTS COURT. The abovenamed defendants, J. M. ano Daisy GUesAvere summoned by the Young M...
THE FRENCH VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
THE FRENCH VICTORY London, March 11.-Details of the fighting at Notre Daiuo do Lorette, show that a terrible hand to hand struggle took place. The Germans advanced over their comrades corpses and the French full back to enable their artillery to operate. Then the French Seventy-Fives demoralised the German advance. The French were enabled to recover lost ground. In confusion the Germans fired on their own men. The enemy retired after losing 3000.
Penalising Methodists CHARGE BY A MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
Penalising Methodists CHARGE BY A MINISTER. Rev. C. P. Walkden-Brown, Metho dist minister, of Young, asked the ^lethodist Conference on-Wednesday evening to agree to the appointment of a deputation to wait upon the auth orities to obtain better facilities for -religigus teaching Jii public' schools. To that end he moved: ( "That a deputation be appointed to wait upon the Director of Education to endeavour to secure the provision In the syllabus of Instruction for sec* ondary schools for the teaching of civics and morals, with a view to facilitating the imparting of religious instruction by the ministers or agents* of the various denominations." The mover said that he asked for .better conditions under which to per forin the work, for the reason that, al though he was allowed to enter.the school at-Young and give religious 'n 9'truction to .the . Methodist' students,: their parents had been given to un-, derstand that if he secured .their at tendance regularly the children would lose...
NIEUPORT BOMBARDED [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
NIEUPOftT BOMBARDED London, March 11.-Nleuport was violently bombarded by the Germans with -12 centimetre guns. Tho British supported by heavy French artillery, scored an Important success; they carried the villege of Neuve Chapelle and advanced towards Aubels and Bols ? de Relz, capturing 1000 Germans, several offices and nia» chine guns. The German losses were ver yheavy.
COMMERCIAL WHOLESALE BUYING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
COMMERCIAL WHOLESALE BUYING PJITCES. Wheat 6/ per bushel. Chaff, £5 10/ to £G per ton. Oats, 3/C to -1/ per bushel. Sliesp Skin?, 2JU to 3d p.T lb. Hides, 5d to G2d por lb. Rabbit Skins, 2id per lb. TalIo\y, 4/ per tin." YOUNG RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Butter (best factory), 1/1 per Jb. Dairy Butter, 1/2 per lb. Eggs, 1/ per dozon. Bacon, (piece), 1/2 per lb; (rashes' 1/3. Bran, 1/9 per bushel. Pollard, 1/1/ per bushel.
ARTILLERY INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
ARTILLERY INSPECTION. . Colonel Lenelian, officer command' ,ing the 3rd Artillery Brigade,, and at present administering the Gtli (South jera districts) Brigade, visted Wagga on Wednesday, accompanied by Lieut. ;Wilklns, of Young, and Lieut. Kennett, ...adjutant of tho brigade. During the .day Colonel Lenehan carried out the annual-inspection ot the hoolcs and .equipment of the Wagga half-company, and -ho also made various inquiries as to holding tho annual Easter encamp ment for training of the 6th Brigade at ; v Wagga. -It Is pointed out that Wagga .Is mom cenrally situated than Albury "?(Where it -was held last year) for tho purpose of the encampment. : Mr.'J. T. Green died at Argalong, . on Friday at tho ago of 60 years. Ho ,toolc up residence In Argalong Eome 15 years ago, and had been following .mining, pursuits. Ho Is survived by 'JbiB wife,, three sons, four daughters, pnd a sister, who resides in Molbourno. [The sons are-Thos. J., of Illabo; Wm. Henry, of Argalong; and Edwa...
DISTRICT NEWS. GREENETHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
DISTRICT NEWS.; | I . GREENETHORPE. (From our Correspondent).- " . . Greenethorpc, March 10.-With the intense atmosphere of the disastrous European war, hanging over us, the success of any effort appertaining *o local organisations must be put down as purely problematical, with such a feeling of fear and trembling, the offi cers of St. James' Anglican church, Greenethorpe entered the fir ing line with an effort to rcduce^thc'existing 'debt''On their church, and although the residents of Greenethorpe and dis trict entrenched themselves behind a rampart of "Want of Funds'," and Bad Times,' we are able to report a com plete victory and exueted an indem nity, of £70 tis Id to reduce the liabili ties on their Church. To the resi dents of 'Young, Cowra, Grenfell who assisted In bringing about this splen did result heartfelt thanks are accord ed. Wo have had so often to pass votes of thanks to our own residents that a repetition here would be super fluous, but nevertheless we ask one and a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
Notions in Tailoring BY TfiE HUSTLERS Few Men are aliko la build, Foirer still alike Jn taste. THAT'S WHY ORIGINALITY COUNTS IN'TAILORING. Tho man who slavishly follows fash ion platos can never please the distinc tive dresser. .Mind, you-there are many Tailors real good workmen-who cannot or iginate. The HUSTLERS' can, and do take a pride in doing so- do It for tho sake of better work and hotter sat isfaction for their clients. Isn't it worth something to YOU this betterment in Tone and Style. Sure-it is! Well then let's get together next time you want a N*»v/' Suit, and between us we'll produce a' real top-notcher for you. ' Woa't cost you any mor-s-not -a cent , &lt; . That'6 tho strong point of HUSTLlSR fiorvlce. ? r ' . Our Specialty Sult-to-Measuro In any Material--63/.* Others at 55/ to 75/-no need to go highor for you cannot ger better mil* torials. Ready-Made Suits. Seo what 30/ of 39/6 will do at the HUSTLER'S. For that price you will get a 3-plsoo Ready-to-Wear Su...
MARENGO. H.A.C.B, society. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
MARENGO. (From'our'Correspondent).': - , H.A.C.B, society; At the summoned meeting of the lo cal branch of,tho"above on,Sunday last, which was largely uttended, It was decided to Invite the co-operation oi the local Oddfellow's.lodge,rwith a view to holding. a . combined days sports of some description, with a ball In the evening.- A. .sub-committee was appointed to meet the Oddfellows as soon as possible, and it was. unanl- . piously agreed to suggest, that, the pro- V cecils bo devoted to some; patriotic ; ifund, to be decided on by jtlio eombin ed lodges. ; - - -?..'.V'.. . SUPPORT THE BELGIAN. FUND. . In referring to the forthcoming Bel-~ gian Bazaar, the llev. Father Bailey, ut , the both masses' on Sunday last, ap pealed to the congregation, to .give every iota of support .they could afford , to this very deserving cause.' ' Never 1 before In tho world's history was there; . greater.need for christian charity to be extended to a nation than is now the case, and we would be fal...
BENDICK MORRELL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
BEND1CK MORRELL. (From our own Correspondent). Bendick Morrell, March 11.-To-dny the atmosphere is hot and sultry, and. there Is every Indication of more rain in the near future. Since the late storm advantage has been taken by . those who were waiting to plough, hut on account of a difficulty to get chaff cutters to cut the hay stacks, farmers are hampered in their operations. . ADVANCE BBND1CK MORRELL. ' The new railway station Is near complotion and will be when finished . a great improvement on the, old one' ?which was. recently destroyed-by fire.' Mr. Holman's cottage is also near' . completion, and It is stated that in the% near future three more new buildings are to be erected. Bendick." Morrell compares favorably as to its.progress: with the older towns.1 . . ACCIDENT. A low days ago a party of four.con-' sisting or Misses S.'and E.'Ryanfof' Bendick Morrell,. Miss E. Barrett.'of Sydney and Mr. Downs of Cowra vvoro; ' returning from a social .at Marengo.*; f The night being d...
SPORTING SPORTS AT BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
. SPORTS AT BURSOWA. Following are tho handicaps allot ted by tUo N&lt; S. Wales Athletic Leaguo in connection with" thojSt.- Patrick's day Handicap to be'run at.Burrowa on March 17 th. 120 yards.1 yds. L. H. Punsehouso (Goulburn) .. 5i b\ T. LapUam (Sydney) 6 . J. Canteuo (Sydney/ .. .. ... 8 AI, A. \vhelan (UaionglF .. .. . . 91 W. J. WigUtoa (Burrowu) lli K.'J. Tayior (Gaiong) HI N. A^ Cotfey (fcoung) J 12 A. Crain (Harden) .. 12 13. Uranston (liurrowa) 12 . 0. Johnston (Murrumburrah) . . 122 P. J. Siatiory (Gaiong) .. .. .. .» 124 O. Furseiiouse (Xoung) 13 A. Jounston (Murrumourrah) .. . 13$ A. J. jonnston (Murrumourrah) . 14
QUARTER SESSIONS AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1915. (Before Mr. Justice S[?]noles). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
.QUARTER SESSIONS AND DIS TRICT COURTS FOR 1915. (Before Mr." Justice Srnoles). xouncr. Tr.«artit*; March ;5>th V2rbnfell, Tuesday, April 13 (2 p.m.) Cowra, Tuesday, Apirl 20th. Young, Wednesday, 4th August,. Grenfell, Tuesday, August 10 2 pm. Cowra, Tuesday; 17th August Young, Tuesday, 30th- November. ;? Grenfell, Tuesday, December 7tU at 2'p.m. ? At Cowre, Tuoaday, Decembor 14th.
PYRAMID "FATALITIES." [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
PYRAMID/'FATALITIES." The Assistant>Ministers for Dcfence, Mr. Jenson, stated ou Sunday that there was no foundation for the cab led report that four soldiers had beeu killed by.accident on the Pyramids. The Defence Deanrtment, he said, had cabled to Egypt, and, from the replies received, 'lie could suy there was no truth iii the report. Casualties were at once reported to the 'Minister for Defence, and lie advised-the public not to let unofllcial messages of such oc currences, give them any uneasiness unless they -were verified from head quarters.
GROOM FOUND DEAD. SERVED 20 YEARS AT A HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
GROOM FOUND * DEAD. SERVED 20 YEARS AT A HOTEL;." Orange, March 10th.-rA groom nam ed Caleb Crorapton (63) was found dead'in a quprry on the common -yes*, torday afternoon at 3.30. For over 20 years deceased hud been.connect ed with the one hotel, the Great West ern, opposite' the railway station* which for the last 12 months has been kept by Mr. Tom Sloane, late of the Globe Hotel, Bathurst. Crompton ! was found with his boots off, as | though he hud went to the quarry last | night to camp. He was last seen at : the hotel at S o'clock on Monday even i tag.