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A COLLISION WITH TRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
A COLLISION WITH TRAM. Chonfe Sun, a Chinese market gar dener, living at Fairfield, was driving his cart along Bannerong-road, Ken sington (Sydney) on Saturday, when he collided with a tram. The cart overturned, and Chong Sun was flung | to the roadway, sustaining a severe scalp wound, abrasions of the face, and shock. Ho was conveyed to the Sydney Hospital.
THE WAR. Country Press Special to the Witness. NEUVE CHAPELLE. DETAILS OF MORE GERMAN LOSSES. THREE GERMAN PRINCES KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
Country Press Special to the Wltne*a. j NEUVE CHAPELLE. DETAILS OF MORE GERMAN LOSSES. THREE GERMAN PRINCES KILLED. London, March 18.-Details of the fighting at Neuvo Chapello show that the enemy mado Incessant efforts to regain lost ground. Tho attackers showed signs of great exhaustion and frequently held up their hands when the Britishers fired. Wholo compan* lea surrendered, and the dead Jay thick along tho whole front. 2000 dead were found south of the village, and 300 were stretched out along the front ol one of our British battalions, east of the village. Theso do not includo the large numbers killed in Neuve Chapello itself. A german officer tak e.i prisoner states that three Princes, Including Prlnco Leopold of Hohonzol lern, have all been killed.
A RAILWAY PORTER INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
A RAILWAY PORTER INJURED. j l' George Hanna, raihvay porter at ! Emu Plains, was engaged propelling i trucks,-and was riding on the last, one wjieu he Cell face downwards on the railway line. One wheel of a .truck ran over his right leg and left ankle, causing a compound fracture of tho former and severely bruising 'lie latter. . Hanna was removed to the Nupean coltage hospital. j
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
PERSONAL Miss Sybil Daly, daughter of Mr. Daly, schoolmaster, at Barry, recently underwent an operation In Sydney for appendicitis. Miss Daly returned to Barry on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Richard Roach, tho well-known bookmaker, is, wo are sorry to'state at present an inmate of the Sacred Heart Hospital, Young, suffering from a very severe attack of typhoid fev« er« Mr. Roach has had a very bad time, and his life has been,despaired of. On Inquiry this afternoon, we learned that the patient showed a slight improvement, and there is every hope of ultimate recovery. Dr. C. G. Berge, who for tho past 18 months or so has practised at Young, is leaving at the end of the month for Grenfell, where he will take up Ills residence. During his stay at Young, Dr. Bergo won for himself jimny friends, being very popular with all crasses of the community, who much regret his departure. Gren fell residents are indeed fortunate in having a man of Dr. Berge's profes sional attainments and worth as a ci...
MARCHING SONG OF THE NEW ARMY. (To the air of "John Brown's 'Body.") [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
MARCHING SONG OF THE NEW /ARMY. (To the air ot "John Brown's 'Body.") Wo are com)ng, Mother England, a thousand thousand strong, Tell your brothers in the trenches we .lmvo passed the call along, ~ For the word you hold In honor, for . the right against the wrong. ' Your sons are marching on. From the city and the workshop, from the frontier lino far»flung, From the golden, lands of promise, bright and beautiful and young. Comes the trampling of your children, comes their ringing battle song. Your sons arc marching on. By the homes we iedve behind us, by the Flag upon the breeze, By the freedom of our birthright, and the ships upon tlie seas. We have pledged the cup of conflict; .we will drain it to thelees, Your sons are marching on. The scythe of Death is reaping; still ho garners in his grain; Though the noble dead are sleeping, they shall never die in vain, he with you, Mother England, till In peace we com(( . Your Bons art'; 7,'ching on. (E.M.C. in the *V>VtfCtator.") . Ogg'...
BOLTING HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
BOLTING HORSES. Mr. James Moloney of Taralga, met | with'a serious accident while driving I two hprses attached to r a dray on | Monday. Tho liorscs became fright ened at the-top. of the Woolshed, on I Creek Hill, and bolted down to.the creek, where the vehicle overturned, Moloney was thrown out, and sustain ed a broken thigh and other injuries.
LYCEUM PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
LYCEUM PICTURES. The above company will screen the following first-class programme at the Town Hall this evening at 8 o'clock sharp:-The Dreamer (Lubin drama), English Gazette,' Fathe topical; A Dog's Good Deed. Than, drama; Venus and Adonis, Selig comic; Reporter's Assignment. Kalem drama; Through Islands of Tahiti, Poithe scenic; Oh, Those .Husbands, Nordisk Comic; A Question of Language, Pathe comic; ind Mabel's Latest Prank, Keystone. On-Monday night the company show again. For programme see advt.
COMMERCIAL. BIGGER WOOL CATALOGUES. PRICES HOLD FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
BIGGER WOOL CATALOGUES. PRICES HOLD FIRM. The strong demand for wool ruling at recent Sydney auctions induced bro kers to further test the capacity of the market. Catalogues this week have been increased to a total of 35, 000 bales. Next week 40,000 bales are to be offered. Winchcombe, Car son Ltd., state that the Increased sup ply was readily absorbed by buyers at the opening auctions'of the week. Prices ruled very firm at previous high levels. The few super wools on of fer were very keenly competed for. Faulty and burry lots were in slightly improved demand. The bulk of these lines are now making values 40 to 50 per cent, in excess of those ruling In strong request for the manufacture of military clothing, continued to make high figures.
BELGIAN SEWING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
BELGIAN SEWItfG DAY: Tuesday last, Red Cross Workers held as a special Sawing Day for tlio Belgians. A largo number of ladies attended nnd each one brought gifts tf new material and other parcels were sent from those wlto -could not} attend the Chief of Sewing Circle. Mrs I Tester nnd the hon. secretary, Mis. , Metcalfe arc very pleased with the/ result that many . useful garments.* were made and several ladies took par* eels home to finish. Mrs., W. J. MlUard and Miss Miller provided af ternoon tea. Sewers please meet ttext Tuesday, 23rd Inst, when a par cel of slippers for Red Cross.Hospital and Eelginn Clothing is to be finished :nd despatched before Easter. Room for more helpers.
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. CROSSBRED REACHES 18d. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. CROSSBRED REACHES 18(1. The Australian Mercantile Land and Finance Co., Ltd. report:-This com pany will hold Its next sale on the 24th Inst. At this week's sales.the market is ruling strong at the best rates of the season, all good to me dium free wools selling in owners' fav our. Scoureds are in good request at full values and faulty wools being more keenly sought after, exceedingly hurry sorts were the only kind not sought after. It is satisfactory to note that the French buyers are opera ting more freely than heretofore. The Wool Selling Brokers have decided to increase the offerings from 30,000 to 40,000 hales commencing next week. The latest iigures show that 320,994 bales have been disposed of in the Sydney Market since 1st July, 1914, as compared with 710,769 bales for the corresponding period last season. The Allies have declared wools of all kinds including Tops, Noils and Yarn to be absolute contraband of war. At their sale to-day, the Pastoral Finance A...
COMPETITION EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
COMPETITION EVENING. A most enjoyable Missionary Com petition evening was. held In St. John's Hall on Wednesday. There was a very fair attendance and the competition resulted in Mr. Phelan and Mr. Stevens running a dead heat for first place with Miss Locke second. The first prize was a plioto frame and the second a book of poems. Amu* sical programme was" rendered, and was contributed to by the following: -Miss Mclnnes, Miss Abbott, Miss P. Ehrlich. MIBS Nellie Davis, (recita tion), Miss Edith Wheatley, and Mr. Stevens. Refreshments were served iring the evening. . .
LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
LONDON WOOL SALES. Winchcombe, Carson Ltd., have re ceived the following cable from Lon :-"142,000 tyales wool available. Compared closing rates last series pri ces good greasles well maintained. Scoureds and ordinary greasies 5 per cent lower. CrossbredB fully 5 per cent higher.
STATE OF THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
I STATE OF THE DISTRICT, , Mr. II. Meadows. Stock Inspector, £or the Pastures Protection District ol jYoung, In his report to the Board yes .terday, stated that grass was short on' most holdings especially west of .Young and a good rain was much re Quired. Water was short on many vholdlngs. Stock generally are In fair condition'. There had not been any .outbreak of disease.The travelling #tock routes were very short of grass, and la most cases also of water. Rab I bits were decreasing. j
IT'S A LONG WAY BACK TO SYDNEY. (Composed by Driver W. Deveril No. 692, 1st B.A.C., A.P.A.). (Parody on "Its a Long Way to Tipperary). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
IT'S A LONG WAY BACK TO SYDNEY. (Composed toy Driver W. Deveril No. 692, 1st B.A.C., A.P.A.) . (Parody on "Its a Long Way to . Tipperary). Over In Australia there is a Big Gum Tree, With six great branches spreading she . guards the Southern Sea; One is called Victoria another New South Wales, And through Sorftli and West Australia' loyalty prevails. Chorus. Its a lony way back to Sydney, Near as far to Melbourne too; We have said farewell to Australia, To dtand by the Red, White and Blue We'll win Fame and Glory; For our country o'er the Seas; Its a long way back to Dear Australia And the Big Blue Gum Trees. Queensland and Tasmania both have helped you well before. So Australia's always ready when it really comes to War; The Kangaroo's and Emus and the shy old Native Bears, All join In together when our Empire war declares. (Chorus). Assisted by New Zealand we're a pretty solid lot, Then we'll leave it to Old England if we're the goods or not; Away beneath the Southern Cross our ho...
COMMERCIAL FRIDAY, MARCH 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
COMMERCIAL ^ ; FRIDAY, MARCH 19th. WHOLESALE BUYING PRICES.; ; Wheat 6/ per bushel. Chaff, £6 to £7 per ton. Oats, 4/ per bushel, 1 Sheepskins, 2d to 3Jd per lb. Hides, 6d to 6Jd per lb. Rabbit Skins, 2Jd per lb. Tallow, 4/6 per tin. \,.V YOUNG RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Butter (factory), 1/4 per ib. . Eggs, 1/3 per .lozen. * ' Bacon (piece) 1/3; rashes 1/4. per lb Bran, 1/9 per bushel. Pollard, 1/10 bushel. Chaff, £10 per ton. Messrs. Harrison, Jones and Der* lln'e sales this week included F (re versed) H (conjoined) Wambanumba (Young), 13Jd; K. and P. (Young) 14d. Messrs. W. C. Messner, and Co., Cowra, report having effected the sale' of Mrs. L. Humphrey's property In the Cowra district comprising 320 acros at a satisfactory flgure, the Pur chaser being Mr. J. H. Pearce of Cowra. They also report having ef« fected the sale on account of Mr. J. H. Pearce, of Cowra his township pro* perty In Cowra consisting of two hou ses and Ave building allotments at a satisfactory figure, the purcha...
KNOCKIN' AT THE DOOR. (Dardanelles, March 1915.) [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
KNOCKIN' AT THE DOOR. (Dardanelles, March 1915.) Can't ye hear us knockln' at yer door, old man, Whero yer long white forts is spittln' flame? ' > Did ye think we'd stand an' wait at the ' entrance to yer -gate, While the footman took our name? Yes, we're knock-knock-knockln' at yer -door, old zaan, An 'the fact may hurt like sin, But I don't think as I'm wrong When I says it won't bo long . 'Ero we lets you know we're in. Can't ye hear us takln' down yer fence old man? Can't ye see our gaunt, grey-gun boats keepin' guard? You've made things pretty thick, an' I tells yer Europe's sick O' the Turkey scratching round 'or old hack yard. Yes, wo're knock-knock-knockin' at yer door, old man; Yer can bet we're out to win, I For we're well upon the way, | To that 'appy, 'appy day, ~ I When wo let's yer know wo're In! j Can't yo hear the axe a-grlndin* on | the stone, old man? Can't ye see the shudder writ in* on . tho wall? 01), yer blltfhted Dardanelles is jus* thick with British shell...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
Notions in Tailoring BY THE HUSTLERS THAT'S WHY.. QI^IGINALITY COUNTS IN TAILORING. The man who slavishly follows fash* Ion plates can never please the distinc tive dresser. v - Mind you-there are many Tailors real Rood workmen-who cannot or iginate. The HUSTLERS' can, and do (.ike a pride In doing so- do It for the sake of hotter work and hotter sat' isfuction for their clients. Isn't It worth something to YOU this betterment In Tone and Style. Sure-it is! Well then let's goi together next time you want a N«v/ Suit, and between us we'll produce a real top-notcher for you. Won't cost you any mora-not a cent. That's the strong point of HUSTL15R service. Our Specialty Suit-to-Measuro In any Material 63/. ~ / Others at 55/ to 75/-no need to go ulffhnr for you cannot get better ma terials. THE HUSTLERS HATTERY HATTERS to MEN WHO KNOW. We are making a special display of Mens Hats-Smart, Styleful .Hats, all colors, right up to the minute shapes-all in one window. ONE PRICE: THE HUSTLERS T...
Racehorse Stolen. ORVEITO TAKEN FROM STABLE. SENSATION AT FLEMTNGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915
Racehorse Stolen. ORVEITO TAKEN FROM STABLE. SENSATION AT FLEMTNGTON. .Melbourne, March 17.-This -morn-; ing someone entered tho yard of Jas. i I Scoblo's racing Stables at Ftemington,1 1 and after forcing tho lode of a box containing tho racecourse Orvieto, made off /with her, together with two bridles, and a quantity of horse cloth- j Ing. Lator Jockoy Ettershanlc picked | up one of the stolen bridlos. Con* stable Pemberton sa\v/a man riding a horse answering tho description of Of vcito. Ho arrested tlip man. who on nearlng tho station, mado a rush and escaped, but was recaptured. Orvoito is worth about$1000 « Sr