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A CHILD POISONED. AN IRRITANT POISON. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
A CHILD POISONED. AN IRRITANT POISON. Maisle, Macfarlane, a -child of two yearn, living with her parents at Surry Hills (Sydney) was admitted ) to the Sydney Hospital on Saturday, suffering from poisoning and severe burns on the body. Escaping the no tice of her parents, the child lmd climbed up on to n chair in the kitchen after a bottle of poison standing on the mantelpiece. She reached the bottle and attempted to drink the con tents, but spilled the greater portion down her neck, severely burning her neck and chest.
STOP DRINKING AND HELPING BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
.STOP DRINKING AND HELPING BELGIUM. The Rev. 1L P. L. Palmer-writes to u Sydney paper: "The pathos of the position of tne Belgians calls for Im mediate relief. They need two and a half millions of money a month to keep them from starvation. We of Australia and. New Zealand are asked to send £75,000 a month to keep the seven million people of Belgium alive for two days. Can wo do it? Why, sir, In the one item of luxury, strong drink, we in Australia,, without New Zealand, consume over 20 millions each y$ar, so that wo could, by abol ishing liquor soiling, kocp the whole population of Belgium aiivo uy car selves, and.liava five millions to spare for luxuries for the infirm and the very young? 0 for a Government brave and strong enough to. prohibit liquor selling, at least till the war is over." There were 101 applicants for the position of sanitary inspector for Blayney. Ono applicant enclosed Ills ifiioto.
KILLED BY A FALLING TREE [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
| KILLED BY A FALLING TREK | Arthur Edwin Henry, a native of Goaford, was killed at West Collio (W. A.) while employed felling timber. His mate heard a tree fall at 11 a.m. As Henry did not return to camp in the evening, a search was Instituted, and he waa found dead, twelve feet from,the stump of n.tree he had been felling,. with a .fallen Jimb across his shonldors.
The [?] Witness With which in Incorporated THE BURRANGONG ARGUS FRIDAY, MARCH 12th, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
Hfye 1|tfra:g fitness With which'in Incorporated THE BURRANCONC ARGUS - FRIDAY, MARCH 12th, 191f». N The vigour of-the Allies' policy in the Dardanelles has awakened the kingdoms and States in the South-eas .torn corner of Europe to a recognition of their interests. The -crisis In Greece has .been'followed'by a sim ilar crisis iu Bulgaria. The adher ents of Kins.-Ferdinand and the anti Russians have combined to defeat the Premier because ho wished to act against Turkey by seizing Adrfanople. .This was a very natural aspiration on the part of M. RadosIavofT. While 'Bulgaria, in the second Balkan wa«*, ,was foolishly and disastrously flghtlne her erstwhile allies, Turkey sei.ed .Adrianople ' when Bulgaria "was .not looking. Now Bulgaria (for ,tho people are doubtless be hind the Premier in the matter) would like to retake Adrianople while Tur key is so.husdy occupied UulfcuJa lately accepted financial ;iid from C»u many and Austria, but that before tho attack on the Dardanelles, and p...
FARM HAND SHOT. QUEENSLAND TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
FARM HAND SHOT. QUEENSLAND TRAGEDY. Dalby- (Q.) March 10th.-A tragedy occurred at Kuyura, tho property of 1 J.. S. Thonemann and Sous, Kuyara, which is about 22 milo& from Dalby. It was until recently undor tho manage ment ot James Thonomann, one ol tho .Bona,, but.on his departuro for the "Northern Territory, whero Thonemann . and Sons recently bought a big pro perty, the management foil upon a younger brother, Eric, who had with him another brother,', Emil Howard Thonemann, aged 21 years, who arriv ed from his home, St. Hilda, Mel bourne, about a mouth; ago. - The brothers had in their employ a farm hand named Alfred William Cooper, who commonced work nt Karuya on March 2. Cooper was about 25 years of age, and apparently his work was not satisfactory to his employers, who, after remonstrating with him, gave him notico to quit. On Monday there was-a disagreement between the Thonemanns and Cooper, and the lat ter IB alleged to have made certain threa'ts against the lifo of t...
CRICKET ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
CRICKET ON SUNDAY. A case which caused .wide interest was heard in the Mungindl police court last week, when a number of the leading townsmen were bummoncd by the police for playing cricket on Sun day, to the annoyance ol residents. Several residents in the vicinity, in eluding the Anglican clergyman, testi fied that no annoyanco had been caus ed by 'the playing on the day named, also that they had no objection to croc e: played on Sundays between Church hours. Tho magistrate reserved his decision.
A RICH FIND. IN THE ERIN'S ISLE MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
A RICH FIND. IN THE EltlN'S ISLE MINE. The small company who own the Er in's l3le mine have let It on tribute to a party of nve. or six men for the past three years. These .men have been making good wages from the ore which they produced during that, time, but early this week they struck a very rich reef in the mine, at a depth of about 000 feet, which is estimated to yield anything from 10 to 20 ounces to the ton. The reef is about nine Inches in width, and gives promise of continuing. It is to be hoped that the Jlnd will prove permanent, and thus Infuse new- life into the mining Indus try Iocallyk -Wyalong Advocate.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. . '-.Last'.night a very representative meeting of the Clergy and lay repre sentatives to' the forthcoming Synod of the.Angitcan Diocese of Goulburn was held at Cootamundra. The meet ing was called at the instance of Jlev. Canon Pike (Wagga), Canon McDon ald (Goulburn), Rev. D. Dore Bryant (Tomora), and Rev. S. A. T. Cham pion (Young). The Vicar-General (Archdeacon Bartlett) presided. The meeting discussed the question of an election of a Bishop in Heu of Dr. Bar low, whose'resignation talcen effect on 31st March. Nothing is allowed ' to leak out as to what transpired, beyond the fact that a committee was formed. Amongst those present from Young, \ wero Rev. S. A. T. Champion and j Mr. J. B. Phelan. 1 '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
GORDON & GARLING -SOLICTOR S. LYNCH STREET, YOUNG. Koorawatha visited every Saturday. Murrumburrah, Harden and other centres by appointment. Special conslderatton given to Land Board matters. Money to Lend ex all classes of se curity in large or small sums.
MORE BIG WOOL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
MORE BIG WOOL PRICES. In a' rccent Issue It was stated thnt John Bridge and Co., had secured some record prices for clips. Since then at their wool salo on the 9th in's't., they obtained further striking figures. Taken-together these reveal a splendid return per head of sheep, some bales netting in cash up to £23. Now England'again asserted itself in '.the sale of Mrs. E. A." V. Coventry's. VAchUl," "Rockvale," and "Camper down" clips from Arinidalo. Hoggets of the "AchiU" clip realised 16d; weth ers IGd; owes loJd, and pieces 123d. A number of otlier"cIi'ps'fr6m the North em Tableland were submitted, and the prices gerierolly -wero satisfactory. The following claim a special notice: -. OConnor Bros.' "Moatefield" clip from Frampton, hoggets and wethers 14cl; owes 13Jd;; P. Reardon, . Gundagai, crossbred fleece 131d; crossbred lambs lid; M. J. Qiiilter,, Narandera secur ing for crossbred 13d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS. All Mdvercitietncnts-ln Tmo Coiuirm 3 Unco for -Inert, 3/. BUSINESS MEN-fa you want your Business to grow, Advertise in this column-1/ for threo lines. plUCKBTEJt'S Grand Social-Oddfol lows' Hall, March 19th, under tho auspices of Wambanumba 0. C. - Uoucflo TJckots 3/6; Gents 2/G,-Lady's 1/,- V/. Hatter, Hon. Secretary. pApiTEED BARLEY FOR-SALE. ^ At TreaiUan & Dun's, The Farm er's Market. Thone 55. ? ?POR SALE-One second-hand Motor ' -*? Bicycle (Rudge). . Very chcaii. I Also T.T. Abington,, very cheap; easy terms. Apply C. Virtue, Burrowa-at. . FARMERS-Call and Inspect the F.i «*. mous Meadowbank Stump Jump | Plough, iitted with Governor ateeruge, soiu on easy terms. District Agents -Tho Farmers' Supply Coy., Main at., | Young. . "POR SALE-Crossley Engine, 2J h.p. good order. Can bo seen working. No further use. Cheap.-Apply Wit ness OtilCG. fOOD reward on returning silver Memoriam Monogram Brooch (act White Stones). Lost between. Albion Hotel and Al...
ORANGE PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
ORANGE PICNIC RACES. Thorc was a paucity of horses at the Orange Picnic races on Wednes day. Out of the five races on the card ?.Ir. McDonald rodo the winners of four. In the Nandillyan Mile Mr. Hoy Strickland's Waroo gelding. Pino Park, started at 20 tol on, and wen easily from the only other starter. Ma tuku, in Imin. 52secs. Mr. M^TJun aid was on top. The snrao rider pil oted the 3 to 1 chance. fi'Driglo, by Hice from n Merriment ui.ire. to vic tory in the Dorae Plate. Only two starters faced the btvrlor for the Or ange" District PiCuto Hub Cup, v\z., Mr. Mac Smith's RIuo Pot (True Jl?aa -Sweet Marie) and Mr'. J. Noonar.'s Roman Nose (Haut Boy-Song Bird). .Roman Nose was favorite at 6 to 4 on, and Just managed to beat his oven money opponent by a short head.- Mr. J. Eetts'had the amount on the win ner. Mr. McDonald on Orsaka *c .counted for the 4 to 1 on certainty tP!no Park In the Pine Ridge Plate, and also rode Gobble, who started at 6 to 4 on, to victory in the Murrumgodg Hand...
AFRAID TO ASK FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
AFRAID TO ASK FATHER. A young man and his young wife who were brought up before Judge Docker at the Sydney Quarter Ses 'aions on Friday, owed their position entirely to the young man's inexpli cable'timidity. . The accused man pleaded guilty to marrying his blush ing bride -without having first asked her father's consent, although he knew she was under, age at the time, and the woman pleaded guilty to swearing falsely that she was of age, when she was only nineteen years and nine months on the day she was married. Thore .was not the slightest reason for this young couplo to entangle themselves in the meshes o fthu law, for tho brides father said he knew that they were keeping company, and if the young man had asked for per mission to marry his daughter he would readily have granted it. Judge Docker, who haa an extensive knowledge of the vagaries of human nature, remarking that he could not understand why anyone should be tim id about asking for consent to marry* when h'e had pluck e...
THE FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
THE FLOWER GARDEN. Dahlias and chrysanthemums" may' be fed with liquid iifianure, or mulch ed with stable and poultry manure the latter is preferable, but the feeding should not be too strong, nor too fre quent, and.lt should always bo discon tinued before the flowers come. If the manure is supplied in the form of mulchings, it will be well occasion ally, to. turn over the ground so thax the soil may not become sour. The same instructions may be taken for the autumn growing of roses.
THE DEATH SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
THE DEATH SENTENCE. Perth, March 9th.-»^At the Criminal to-day, J. Cut$j>. alias Sacheri, waa'.'tried for the mucdeir of Jean Bell, ttie 12 year old daughter o( an orchar cliBt, in.,whoso employ Sacheri had boon, jean was found gashed with 04 axe on a bed where she had been sleeping on the verandah. In the ' dock(Sacherl stated that he came from the&outk of France to Sydney, when he .lejirned that all the aristocracy werbin.^lelboume. , He went there. He had a kniferfight with a pal over a money dispute and Judge Eagleson gojve him . a year in Pentridgo. That drove him mad. "Aa to the murder," ' he declared, "I did not mean to kill no man, no woman/ 1 don't know what would happen. Mr. Justice Burn aide said the jury should either find a verdict of wilful murder or insanity. The jury returned a verdict of guilty, and. the death sentence was passed, Sacheri responding-"Thank you, thank you."
UNLICENSED HAWKER. FINE OF £3. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
UNLICENSED HAWKER. FINE OF £3. A further romand charge against Moran alias Reynolds, was that ho did without a licenso, soil goods for sale viz., ammoniac and toilet powder." Mr. Kenny acted for tho accused In this case also. Constable Rhall said that on Febru ary 24 lie noticed tho accused going from house to house In Bentlck street Witness then detailed the conversa tion already given in tho previous case Ho also-said to accused: "You havo boon selling goods in Bathurst and other towns. You should havo a lic ense" His reply was that, as lie made the goods himself, ho thought a licenso was unnecessary. To Mr. Kenny: Witness said that ho had reports that the accuscd sold ammoniac in Bathjirst. He also un derstood that ho was offering toilet powder and soap tor sale. Making a soarch of tho accused room later, witness found soxno of tho goods men tioned and also some packets of Up ton's soap powders. Mrs. Latukin gavo ovidenco that accused had sold her a paclcct of am moniac. In this ...
Cups and Saucers. INDUCEMENT TO PURCHASE. CHARGE OF FALSE PRETENCE PROSECUTION FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 March 1915
Gups and Saiicers. INDUCEMENT TO PURCHASE. CHARGE OF FALSE PRETENCE PROSECUTION FAILS Joseph Moran, alias Joseph ItoynolOj .who was remanded at the Bathursc Pollco Court on March 4, stood ia uio dock before Mr. C. Jennings P.M.. to answer the following charge. -That lie did, on February-. -.>» last, falsely pretend to Mary Roblusoi and three others that he was the of Moran and Co., the Australuia ion et Co., and did promise tha* U.t-hc purchased a powder called ammoniac from him, she would receive on Marcu 1. 1915, six cups and saucera of a sample produced, and did thus commit tho said false pretence and obtain the sum of 2/ with Intent to defraud." Sub-Inspector McKenzie prosecuted Accused pleaded not guilty. .Mr. P. B. Kenny, appearing for the accused, said that at the outset ho thought thero was no charge to sub stantiate the chargo against tho accus ed, who had been weroly acting as au agent for some ono. : Tho Magistrate.-The false pretense Is that he was tho agent of some o...