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BLOCKADE OF GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

J BLOCKADE OF GERMANY. Lohdon, March 15.-rTho complete blockade; of Germany has been g<uH ted.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR. Country Press Special to the Witness. The Dresden Sunk. OFF COAST OF CHILI. FIGHTING ONLY LASTS FIVE MINUTES. NO BRITISH CASUALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

T ; The Dresden7 Sunk. OFF COAST. OF CHILI* ' FIGHTING ONLY- LASTS Five . . MINUTES. ? . NO- BhlT|SH CASUALTIES ^I^tfndon^ Mar<$lu .15.-Tho "Admiralty uas announced that the.Dreijdeu h .l jeen sunk. - Later particulars "of the'ainkli' or ,lho.t. Dresden show that tile c-u-«ers j.asgowaiid Kent and .the aiixiiiw jrulser Orama caught Hie Dresden a j. o'clock..on Sunday morning, nc"r .lie Island of Juan Fernandez md or .,-aged her. Tne lighting only laau-ci iivo minxes. win - the Cierrun '.iaiiled down her flag. Tile InesJi-n ,vas afllro and much damaged, h; n," .leavy bcniiiardment. t.Uiiuuiriy hor .iiagaalne exploded .ml m5 ->amc. The crew were saved and hn. ded at,. Valparaiso. . .-Fifty Germans ,yera. badly wounded, hut no British *l:re'wounded.' "The cruisers are al ia lllldtiTl'l'UEJCll " .' (juan Fernandez is a rocky-Island J&longtng to "Chili in the South Pacllic OtiibnV^wlth'an afea ot 38 square mhos it i.ii '-famous* ad -the solitary residence dr:Alexand...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Young P. & A. Association COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

Young P. & A.!Association; i COMMITTEE MEETING. This morning the first meeting pf the Now Committee [ of the Young P.? and A. Association was held in tno I. 'and A. Hall. The Presldent( Mr. J.' .Forsythc) occupied the chair, and there wero also present: Messrs. J., 'E. Tunuey, F. H. Tout. T..O. Sioano.. W. It. Parkmap, J. Btftck-svoqd, H. i». : Robertson, C. H. Robertson,, H. I Thackeray, C. Crichton, J. Brown, L.J ill. Tierney, It. H. Thackeray, .W, ,J.; Millard, D. MacKenzle, J. L..Maroney»J jt. 0. Breden, W. Rutherford, .J; X.j Dwyer, F. Sutherland, S. .Taylor, C.1 H. Boyd, T. F. Tresiiian. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. Mr. Foraythe said he had consld-r ed the position of giving up tho, pre-: sldent's chair. He wouid very much prefer someone else take, the chair, .this year. ' It was however, unanimously doqiu-; ed, amidst applause tliat Mr. .Fflrsytlie.' .bo again elected to. the position. The, .opinion was expressed that Mr;. For aythe was the right man in the right piace and w...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Triumph's Triumph GREAT WORK IN THE [?]. RECORD IN SHELL-FIRING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

The Triumph's Triumph GREAT WORK IN. THE RECORD IN SHELL-FIRING. ' London, March. 14-The Daily Mail's j ^Oiicsi>oiiacut. nus furnished urn- nrsi . uc^m.ca uewCi'iptioii.bi ^uo operations 'ai tuo uaiuaudiiGS. he prais ed tne sp.enunr ' conduct ol - 'iriuiupn, which cuiae from ioiiio-iaa tu take pure in tne" attack ou cue torts. "\ve ilrst observed her iuui a aiten 'hole in'rougU Uer tuuaci." tuo coircaiionafeu.t Svntos, - "aud tne rnuu.Vs Li j.er 14 y.G guns stained ana uiacivcuea \>uh niucii nrmg. bne siuumeu out, siguu»iing to a Dig collier v.iiiuij cainu'aioji^aiue and ptuceeaca ;o cuui iiei'. it was a breatner ior cno-jtruunph, whivii hud hud more tUb-atiUg iiiau 'any other vessel 01' tne u.'itisu ' ueet; She has hred more neavy atiHuti Lliau uny other ship m iilo'iiisioiy o£ the i>ruisu navy, She tu&'.ueun in action seveuteeu time*. 1 t'Hvioa a iew miuions o£ tue iiiitisa 'fax-i'uycrs could have spent a coup»e . «£ awuis among, those coa» grimed JUCK iais. 'i'ae...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Thuddungra News. SEND-OFF AND PRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

)1 Tfiuddiingra News. . SEND-OFF AND PRESENTATIONS., : Thuddungra, March 15.-On Friday ifternoon 'iast, a very enjoyable func* fitiu. was lioid at' 'i'iiudduagra hail, 'JkVh'e'n u number of n6ighbours and irieuds of'Mrs*.' anil Miss Edwards met for the purposo of .'allowing them in 3orai: tahgib.o'form, the esteem and jesfr'eet in'which they'were hold. Af ternoon, tea was partaken of, and Mrs. it'e.aher malic a presentation to Mrs. iJdwards of-a' silver* teapot and in a n'ebt JUtfe'speech referred to the many sterling*-q^iities of. both Mrs. and, Mis? Edwards, both'as'good neighbors* (stncero friends, and iirst class citizens, and the void that will be caused, by their* dqpSrture.^ Mr. E. Holnrich responded frl'helmif of Mrs.' and Miss 4dwards in a,very able.manner, lu the'evening quite: a nice number of .friends of MIss'JSdwards met ut a soc ial which was voted one of the most imjoyable events that lhas been held /nuddUngra.. ' 'Miss Edwards'" girl jCricnd^'decorated tlie hall, whi...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN EXPENSIVE TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

AN EXPENSIVE TURKEY. | Wollongong, March 13.-At tUe BulU ?Police Court, 'before Mr. A. R. IS1 iliott, S.M., John Ralph, was fined i'O In default ono month, in Wollongong Gaol, lor wringing the neck of a tur key In the stables of the Royal Hotel, Woonona.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wombat patriotic Races GOOD MEETING ASSURED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

I Races -- I GOOD MEETING ASSURED. I Reader's ,are''reniiadeiJ. of ,tiic. -Fat* ^rfc^ic 'itUoQ.'-'JVidpOii^ cli^awfr&aiyit .fiiuf'StJonibat;, jocuey 'Oiiiii lo'm)i[Y6w. *Vli& qained' xuvciy* 'uH'^'-^Wenqrtl aud;evoi:y eubrt iuttj ''uieftimdue'Djr iiir/t)." 11 a i i, aij'd 11 1 a; .cowftjhib.. Cd|!>uii,u*ci;;a: large due'e. ' aVfail^eh'jenla aienott'pqr* i;ejL,^fi6. tuat rvid/u)/d.rto .Womua't*Xo-u aionovv are* ub'sUl'ei "of agoou .UaVs outing.' Uii^aclcio^p^tae'commjuee' In deciding io"ueipie oitane,i>iuitis ,tq .cue iieigiau uncl'-\f,-cpmmand-v aoio.'uua jve riotfe on taut account trial 'tiib ijuuiic of"i 6Ung. wU'i 00 weirrctjibv seated. .<l *i-M i$u$o'.'(sr un'a.ouoieuiy cue most deserving'' in' pxidieuue, .auu' aiiouiU.SecufVaii tuy.aupiioft uiiic it.is posslif.14"i'6^.pur*i-fis)ueijt3 apVgive.? Apai't bven'.from-Ulje^ cau'ao; tnoyvy/lii "asjiiit/patrohisot^acess at" vVomuat'are Uiways ,\y.e*i. say^ue'u ai'tiio d'eaUieut received froih^ tae^Vacia...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CABINET. PORTFOLIOS RE-ALLOTTED. A GENERAL SHUFFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

THE CABINET. PORTFOLIOS RE-ALLOTTED. A GENERAL SHUFFLE. Ttao Premier has announced tho re arrangement of portfolios in tho Cab inet. The changes are as follow. Mr. J. H. Cann, Deputy Leader, Min« lster for-Public Works, .Mr. A. Griffith, Minister for Public Instruction, and in charge of Local Government, Mr. G. Black, Chief Secretary, Mr. Ashford, Minister for Lands'and Agriculture. Mr. W. Grahamo, honorary Minis -tor assisting Mr. Aahford in Laads and Agriculture. Mr. Estell, Minister for Labour and Industry and Minister for Mines.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Woman Assaulted MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR AT SPRING CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

A Woman Assaulted MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR AT SPRING CREEK. A very mysterious affair was re ported to the local police as having occurred dt Spring Creel?, a little over .a mile from town. on Thursday night last. From information supplied to the police, it. .appears that, some un known man went to the residence .oI: Jtfrs. .Foster on that night at about' nine o'clock and asKeil her for.a drink of water. The water was supplied pnd immediately tho intruder struck ,tho woman two or three times, one JjIOW making a slight bruise on .the face. The assailant then made off In the darkness. . As.tlie locality in/j-yhlch the nss{iult'.was*;^ommltted is/^lvoryj jdnely ofte It ,wqs .easy'foE.tho§wi; to set right away without' beipglseen.. Jvirs. Foster herself could not give any particulars that would identify .her assailant, as .the night \vas;darlt, and she was taken unawares".': She .was not, however, seriously Injured, as some of the exaggerated reports that pro In circulation would lead^ one to R...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT NEWS. BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

CURRENT NEWS. BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. A MEETING of the ladiCB of tlio Town and District of Young will be hold in the TOWN HALL, YOUNQ, on FRIDAY AFTERNOON NEXT, tlio 19tu MARCH, at 3.30 p.m. . Business: .To receive u proposal from the War Food Fund Committee for the forma* tion of an Auxiliary Ladies Commit* tee for Belgian Relief purposes; for ;the appointment of accredited lady col lectors; for the division of the town in* Jo sections to be apportioned to the collectors to enlist and collect regular monthly subscriptions*from; and to arraugo any other suitable means of raining money for the Belgian Relief Fund. ' . \. ? ' The Young District War Food Fund Committee have decided to open and devote all their future efforts towards i a grand town and district Belgian. Re lief Fund*, they are arranging an ex tensive .system of local committees in the surrounding country centres to es tablish feeder funds to the.inain-fund, and they now desire the assistance of an auxiliary ladles committe...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORK TO BE RESUMED AT THE BROULA KING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

WORK TO BE* RESUMED AT THE BROULA KING. On Thursday last, at tlio Wardon's ?Court, Grenfell, Charles Bennle, of .Sydney, was granted a mining lease of tlio Broula King property of 33 ac« ?res at Bumbaldry, at a rental of £10 ?per annum. Mr. Montgomerlo ap peared for several Interested In the .Broula King Coy. Mr. J. D. McMah« on, tho owner of tho property, olTerod l,no objection to tho granting of tho application, provided tho buildings, ,machinery and sands, over which .there "was some legal difficulty, wero excludod. In granting tho application on tho terms stated the Warden sta-.j ted that to his knowledge no wonc : had been done on the proporty for «ev- [ on years. Ho considered, it absurd to.j imagine that tho groat mining Industry i could bo hung up liko that. Mr. Bon ,nio stated ho had already expended £2000, and machinery would be placed on tlio ground at onco under tho dir ection of his manager (Mr. Owen Ba ! vln).

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 16th, 1915. (Before Mr. R. W. Collins, J.P.) DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 16th, 1315. (Before Mr. R. W. Collins, J.P.) DRUNK. Jnmos Cullen was.ehargcd with be ing drunk In Burrowa street yesterday. I morning. ' Sergeant Wood Informed 5 tho Bench that Cullen was asleep In a vehicle In front of W. P. Weeden's . store "dead drunk," and was locked up l for hla own protection* and the pub* j lie generally. A line of 10/ or three < days was Imposed. Mr. A. H. Camp* « bell appeared for accused and Intima ted that the line would be paid.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BABY BONUS RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

. BABY BONUS RECORD. SInco the establishment of the baby bonus, in Oclobcr, 1912, 949 claims, re presenting £4,745, have been paid at Wollongong. This heats Lithftow's i record of 901 claims, representing £4,520. The birth rate appears to bo healthy in N.S.W. coal mining centres. At the end of January 301,766 matorn ity allowances had been paid by the Federal Treasurer. Between Decem ber 26 and January 30, 12,611 allowan ces wore mado. ..

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. GIRL IN MALE ATTIRE. IMPRISONED FOR VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

GENERAL NEWS.' GIRL IN MALE ATTIRE. IMPRISONED FOR VAGRANCY. Shepparton (Vic.) March 14.-Dress ed Iti male autre, and having her tmir cut close, Violet Woolloy, aged 15) years, -was charged with vagrancy, be fore Or, J, MclCennn andMeasra.' A. Whitehead nndT. N. MunUs, J.P.'3, at the poilco court. It was stated that with Jamos Oliver, . a young man, whom she had met In Bourko street, and another young man, naniod David Stone, tho girl had sot out from Mel bourne on a walking trip for tho Ard mona oroharda, When between Sey 1 luour and Nagamblo Woolley put on a suit of Ollver'a clothes, and both men assisted' in cutting off her hair. Constable Vernon Thomas arrested tho girl, and her companions in Vic toria Park, Shepparton; shortly after 7 , o'clock this morning. Senior-Con stable* W/.J. Cory, who prosecuted, stated that Woolley, had been leading an immoral life, arid that two years ago, when in Shepparton, the police were obliged to tell her to clear out of .tho town. The Bench sen...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

Notions in Tailoring BY TSIE HUSTLERS THAT'S WHY ORIGINALITY COUNTS IN TAILORING. Tho man who slavishly follows fash ion plates can neveif please tho distinc tive dresser. Mind.you-thero aro many Tailors real good workmen-who cannot or iginate. The HUSTLERS' can, and do lake a prldo In doing so- do it for the sake of bolter work and better sat isfaction for their clients. Isn't It worth something to YOU this betterment In Tono and Stylo. Sure-it is! Weil then let's got together next time you want a N«v; Suit, and between us we'll produeo a real top-notoher for you. Won't cost you any more-not a cent. That's the strong point of HUSTLlCR service. " Our Specialty Suit-to-Mcasuro In any Material G3/. Others at 65/ to 76/-no need to go higher for you cannot go? bettor ma terials. THE HUSTLERS BATTERY. HATTERS TO MEII WHO KNOW. We are making a special display of Men's Hats-Smart, Styleful Hats, all colors, right up to the minute shapes-all in one window. ONE. PRICE: THIS HUSTLERS" THE 1RT...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLOUGHMAN RUN OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

PLOUGHMAN RUN OVER. Forbos, March 13.-Arclilo Bucking ham, a. ploughman, of Blink Bonnie, was run over by a team of horses and the plough attached to them yesterday. iHe was much cut about and -was taken to.tho local hospital.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN TROOPS FILMED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

AUSTRALIAN TROOPS FILMED. London, March 13.-Photographers sent to Egypt secured a biograph film of 4000 feet, depicting tho Australian troops training for 'tho war. The film'wilt'be exhibited at 1100 theatres throughout Great Britain.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The late Mr. Edward Nathan. DAYS OF COBB & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

The late Mr. Edward Nathan. DAYS OP COUB & CO. The "Grenfell Record" writes:-Tlio decease of Mr. Edward Nathan (for merly Cobb and Co.'s representative In this and neighbouring districts ia re* v»ving aneocotes wo lirst heard of In the old "Thistle" oi George street in this our town, in the days of long ago, and before wo repeal some of the Old yarns which "Oldster," in the "Bath urst Times," Is serving up afresh, we may mention one of the last occasions on which wo travelled alongside the aforesaid Edward, and the "dog" on our way to the good town ot Young. George MJiler (late of Young), had charge of tlio team, and among the passenger^ aboard were the late Mr.x Geo. Matchett, Mr. Jos. Rich and otlt-' ers. -Shortly after leaving Creigh ton's, a huge brown snake, glistening in the rays of the declining sun, cross ed iu front ot.the horses and stretched along the thistle-fringed water-table beside the road. George pulled up, and proffered his whip. Present wri ter mildly said...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Young Witness With which is Incorporated THE BURRANGONG ARGUS TUESDAY, MARCH 16th. SHOWGROUND AND RACECOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

Wi\t 'fjiutr.g piitnESS With which is Incorporated THE BURRANGONG ARGUS TUESDAY, MARCH 16t!l. SHOWGROUND AND RACE COURSE "Why don't the Turf Club remove the racecourse to the showground?" .This is a question asked by so inuuy peopie so many times that nobody seems to take much heed of it now. Jn conversation with a prominent townsman, the assertion^ was made that it was possible, in spite of what had been said to the contrary, to get a track on the showground. By cutting away tlie hill, and removing the grand stand and sheep and eatue yards, a good racing track could be secured. The new grandstand could be erected near where the sheep pens are now. The question is, whether the track as suggested would meet the require ments of the Chief Secretary. A mile track Is necessary to secure registra tion, but perhaps if strong represen tations were made to the Minister, and the fact pointed out that it was abso lutely impossible to securo a- mile track, registration tor a seven-furloug migh...

Publication Title: Young Witness
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MAN OF MANY WIVES. MYSTERIOUS DEATHS INQUIRED INTO. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915

MAN OF MANY WIVES. J1YSTEIU0US DKATHS 1NQUIRJD INTO. The trial Is now proceeding in Lon ilon of George Smith, who is char-' god with making a false entry in -a marriage register. Air. Bodin, K.C., who prosecuted for tho Crown, stated that Smith liad gone through tho ceremony of marriagd' with a number of;women. Two of his "wives" Jiad died in curiously similar circumstances, each being found dead in her bath. An order for the exhumation of the bodies had been made. Evidence was given of three marria ges in whichjaccused figured. One woman stated that a few days after the wedding in September last, Smith took her saving.s £90, and disappeared. In another case tho accused married an eighteen-year-old girl, whose par ents had refused their consent.

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