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Murrumburrah Court. (Before Mr. McMahon, P.M.) ALLEGED FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915
Murrumburrah Court. (Before MI\ McMahon, P.M.) ALLEGED FORGERY. Robert Wilson Bates was charged i with forging the name or James Henry Pye, to an order to obtain goods.' The evidence showed that the de fendant had presented the. order at Messrs. T. and G. Barnes's store, and obtained thereby one pair of paatn, one shirt, and a pair of socks, and that he had since sold the same. The P.M. saJ-J he would alter the charge to one of obtaining good® to the value of 12/3 from Messrs. T. and G. Barnes by means of false pretence?. Defendant pleaded guilty. " The same defendant was then char ged with a second offence ol the same nature. First-class Con.Siable A. McRae de posed that when he lecked accused up on a former chargo ho found in his pocket an order signed by H. Pye and asked if that was the order he present ed to BameH and Co. He said "Ycj" Witness asked if it was a genuine or der and he said It was a crook or-Ior. Jie did not know who wrote It. and it was not signed by Mr. Pye. He d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915
GOOD COUGH MIXTURE.* Famous Recipe Used in Thouoando of Homes* "Myself and family use Hean's 1'Sscnce for making cough mixture. ^ t: find it splendid and cheap."-A. J- Krazer, Tonequinae, N.S.W. ' 4* Have used several bottles Hcan's , Essence, and find it best cough and remedy I have ever tried, as w^ll as a money-saver.1'-Frcdk. Hay wan, Clarendon, N.S.W. 1 lean's Ksscncc-for preparing good home* nude cou^h mixture-is used in thousands of .Voiiraliau homes. It is-'such a splendid tcinciJy for alt family coughs-dud colds and iv>cs so much money-10/* pn every bottle "wl-that wherever it i? tried folks are dtli-ljtcd With it. M ('ct a Ifflttlc from your chemist or store to and julil sweetening and water ' uvctvd. If it does -not prove the finest icmedy for general family purposes you ia\c tver used, scndWd tha empty bottle and r^ckci, and I' 'will.-'promptly return your in full. ' The' saving is yours--the 1 Iran's Essence utmost chemists and stores, r |)akt free on fcceipt of pric...
SCHOOL TENDER ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915
SCHOOL TENDER ACCEPTED. The following tender has been ac cepted for school works by the De partment of Public Instruction.-Tlv« Hlon: Improvements to residence M. V Lawless, Hard?n, £55 10/. Gronfell, March 13.-The ballot for the Grenfell P. and A. Association's Committee to-Jay resulted in the fol lowing being elected-Jas. Slmpn'u, John Murray, W .H. Grifflt'u, T."G| Sloane, P. McColl, J. M. Ho'Un.&lt;. W H. Simpson, J. H. Richardson, Jiw\ Praaer, R. J. Maichet't, Join rfc:ritt J- R. Towry. 1*. rieuden*:»'n, iiarr, R. R. Armstrong, Alf. Uf>:nl»-'3ck, Tiios Rolls. P. V. Carter, Ale*. -Gocd; A. A. Pattei'jo.., C. Macphur* ..'on, W. Hughes, Ernest Matthews, H. ^ray, Monger and S. Goodsell. .
SNOOKER TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915
SNOOKER TOURNAMENT. Following are the -handicaps and draw for first round in connection with the Snooker Tournament to be played at Sheedy's room. Leo Willis 7 v. J. Phillips, 10. , It. Laxen 10 v. W. Ellerman 15. K. Woods 10 v. Andrews 25. ' .1. Lynch 15 v. B. Reynolds 5. U. Lawler scr. v. It. Robertson 25.; Fred Wales 10 v. P. Richardson 17. Les. Burgett 10 v. A, Sheedy 10. Pearsall 17 v. W. Graham 22. Hammerless, scr. v. J. Fowler 15. N. Poplin 7 v. G. Wallace 10. S. Klynn 5 v. T. Reynolds 12. , J. Jones 10 v. G. Malone 10. A. Spears 7 beat'T. Collins*5. Cunningham scr. v. S. Armstrong 7. W. Bailey scr. v. MacRobertson 10. T. Urlggs 20 v. N. Broderick 20. Hob Black scr. v. Tod Stewart 7. J. Cashen 15 v. T. Kenny 20. W. Mather 12 v. G. Irving 10. First Round. G. Lawler scr. beat R. Robertson, 25 The death is announced of Count Serglus do Wltte, the well-known Rus sian statesman, in his 64th year.
SEIZED WITH FRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915
SEIZED WiTH FRIGHT. London, March 16.- A Petrograd message says that between the ttivers .Piemen and Vistula there-is fighting .inly In- tlio valleys of the rivers Orzyo ' ind Onuloffin, * In the direction of Przasynsii 011 32 miles front. Tlio CJerman efforts, to advanco have every* ..vhero been repulsed. In the North ern regions there are only artillery .And rifle duels, and snow is falling' The German infantry is powerless to jomko any headway. ' In the Plains r.north of Rrzasny they were able to en [trench; but fright sei cd them and they fwitlujrejv in panic, and abandoned ;iheir arms. The Germans have been jessed do.wn on the right bank of tlio .Yjstula from'Bodzanoff ten miles to wards. Plock.
CONTINUED FIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915
CONTINUED FIGHTING. Heavy fighting continues in tho .N'euve-Chiipelle region. . On Thursday and Friday nights, Mr. .It. G. Kelly'(Mayor) presided at meet ings held in Murrumburrah and Htir 'den for tho purpose of forming "cir .cleam to raiso funds to assist tho Bel gians. The circles formed were ns .'follows:-A., Mrs. Bassingthwaighte. rB., Mrs. It. GP Kelly. C., Public 'School. D., Hasdcn Debating Society. |E., Mrs. Mitchell. F.( Itev. It. S. J-lrown. G., .Municipal Council. 1I*\ ijM'rs. Menlove. I., Mrs. 0. Watson. J., Mrfi. La:izarinl. K., Mrs. Irednlc. ,L., School of Arts. . M" Mrs. Heggor ton. N., Mrs. Crabtrec.
TYPHOID IN SERVIA. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915
TYPHOID IN SERVIfl, London,. March 15.-The epidemic of Typhus in Servla is diminishing. Many doctors and American Heel Cross workers died from the disease. One doctor suicided in delirium. Many are now convalescent. A hun dred doctor^ arc going to attempt 10 stamp out the'diseaae.
OFFENSIVE WEAKENING [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915
OFFENSIVE WEAKENING London, March 15.-The German &lt;>f 'ensivo at Pr&nsyn;; is weakening. The iinssijin cavalry' cut behind Gener.il .Sichhorns retreating columns, and )Iaye4.havoc with the transport. Geit jral Elchhorn Is being reinforced. TIic Jermans are'fearlpg a possible offeu jive from Nlehibii" "* 's' 5 The bombardment of Ossowicks h essening; all attempts to break down :ho outer defences failed. . Violent German attacks in Kozinvka ind Ro;;anka regions were every where repulsed with colossi Icwues. »lany prisoners were taken.
OPEN COLUMN TIPPERARY MINSTRELS CONCERT (To the Editor.). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915
;i ,u ''f.U 5r- ... HPPERARV'rAlNSTRELS CONCERT , (To tit'o,Editor.'). Sir.-^-1 take,', lius opportunity ot1 drawing* tfi'e! aitoLUion o£ ne . jjub.ic 10 the inconsistency of your- contem porary, tue ,1-ouiig ."Chronici'e.V I re fer particularly,, to the recent report of the entertainment givon by. the 'Pp perary Mihstroi,. Troupe. i^shou.d I uave brougnt.'tills uuaor .your .notice ; earlier butl fee) moro; justiiied alter ' contrasting th"e report o£,tne Minstreis with mat o£ the country. Amusements i^td.- Now,;MrV L'ditor, we.au not claim .to be iiig^ ciassr-artists- of ..any' abiiityJ -Nothing but an Independent and homely.-iltue. party.'.'.'uur-dpject :in -forming* wag} i'or no persona};,gaui out jo matte^n; ojtort to lurther'needy "institutional..^xn^:.pa\rlbUo;; iM^rpodes; difr oT)je'v:ta ptoi\ji \yQ tUoiight &u»peieiifc to warrauiiat lefist a litt.e onco.urage merit ft oin -'tire local oiing ."C-aro^loie'/,. in.^ts. report 'staged .that quite a surpriuewhousc. greeted...
ROLF BOLDREWOOD'S FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915
ROLF BOLDREWOOD'S FUNERAL. Melbourne, March 13.—The funeral of the late Mr. Thomas Alexander Browne (Rolf Boldrewood) took place at the Brighton (Vic.) cemetery. Though the announcement was made that the funeral would be of a private character, about 30 vehicles joined in the cortege. The remains were in- &nbsp; terred in the Church of England por- tion of tthe cemetery, the service being conducted by the Rev. Canon Drought.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 March 1915
WEDDING. On Wednesday last, at St. Paul's Church of England, the marriage of Mr. Stanley Lidden, son of Mrs. H. Lidden, of Marrickville, and Isabella Margaret, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Whybrow, of Clarke Street, Murrumburrah, was celebrated by the Rev. W. D. Kennedy, in the presence of a large congregation. Messrs. W. C. Messner and Co., Cowra, report having leased on ac- count of Mrs. L. Humphrey of Cowra her property of 320 acres for a term of years to Mrs. M. A. Crowle, of &nbsp; Woodstock, at a satisfactory figure.
KILLED BY FALLING CEILING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
KILLED BY FALLING CEILING. Some little time ago an account of the death of a young baby three years old appeared in an. American contem porary. The circumstances were re markable. It seems that "whilst play ing in a room with a plaster ceiling, the celling fell, and striking the child killed it. Such an accident, though fortunately rare, is within the range of happening to any of us, and while it may be that fatal results do not en sue, they will be an unpleasant enough. To prevent auch a possibility, the mod el metal ceiling, as made by Messrs. Wunderlich, Limited, of Sydney, seems to be the natural step. This celling may be readily fixed in posi tion over a cracked or damaged plas ter coigns, nnd tiiUj p the pos sibility of It falling. In addition to being absolutely safe for all time, the Wunderlich Metal Ceiling is highly de corative and beautiful in appearance. It is a constant source of pleasure and delight in the home-an Austra lian production well worthy of Austra lian use.<...
MAN'S HAND BLOWN OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
MAN'S HAND BLOWN OFF. A man nauied Bert Roles was on Mouday at Tcinora the victim of a scr» ious accident. His little boy was seen handling something, which prov ed to bo a detonator. Holes pricked the detorator, causing an explosion, which blew his hand off, besides caus ing other injuries to liis face.
F. & S. Association. CARUMBI BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
F. & S. Association. CARUMBI BRANCH. The Carumbi Br^eh ot 1«\ and S. Association held its monthly meeting on Saturday, March 6th. Present: Mr. Cronln, President (in the chair), Messrs. J. Clark, J. McGrath, Wm. Byrne, and W. ityan, -were proposed new members. Several ladles were nominated. A petition to the Hon. Minister of Trade & Customs to remit the proposed ten per cent, duty on Jute fabrics Is being readily signed by far mers here. A motion supporting the bulk hand ling wheat was lost by a small major ity voting In favor of bag system. The following motion was carried: -"That this Branch advises the dele gates attending the District Council that In tlio event of the Council selec ting a candidate to represent the Bur rangong Electorate in the State Par liament, that our delegates support a straight out Country Party candidate and pledged to have no alliance with any other political organisation." "Delegates to have a free hand on any subject brought forward at t...
Deaths in Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
Deaths in Egypt. Some concern has been expressed at the number of deaths from pneumonia reported amongst members of the Australian Expeditionary Force. While the utmost sympathy is extended to the relatives of those who have suc cumbed, there is at present no occa sion to fear that the disease is assum ing undue proportions, considering the circumstances iu which the. men ^re placed. Pneumonia is one of the most fatal diseases known, and Sir William Osier has suggested that it merits the phrase "captain of the men of death," which was once applied by John Bunyau to consumption. In ordinary hospital practice the mortal ity may be anything between 15 to 30 per dent, and in rough and more or less unhygienic surroundings, such as camps and mining compounds, it has reached 60 per cent. It is a particu larly fatal affection among the native workmen In South Africa , and was al so a formidable problem in Panama. It Is now known to depend upon a par ticular organism, the attack of which is ...