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More About Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915
More About Wheat. (From a Correspondent). Points made at a largely attended public meeting of wheat growers at Blnalong on Wednesday, 6th Inst: A farmer near Temora for himself and neighbours secured a truck of seed wheat. It was seized by the Government and sent to Sydney. On representations being made it was re turned to him.-Who pays the piper? That a country flour miller, although Instructed to buy as much wheat as ho could had been unable to do so, and although ho has deposited a fair amount of money, with the Wheat Board, no wheat was so far coming to him. That some wheat bought by a'coun try miller at an advance on the 5s nor bushel (contract made before the wheat seizure) was seized on truck by a representative of one of the buy. Ing Arms and consigned to Sydney. At the. same time the very same, mill was bolng supplied, or was to be supplied by the Wheat Board; in all likelihood this same wheat will be sent back to him. Who pays for this? --The bread consumer, of course. Tha...
Turks' Confession BARRIER OUTLAWS. DOCUMENTS FOUND. "I WANT TO FIGHT." BROKEN HILL, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915
Turks' Confession BARRIER OUTLAWS. DOCUMENTS FOUND. "I WANT TO FIGHT." BROKEN FULL, Tuesday. Documents in an eastern language have come into the possession of the ttrokeu Hill police, purporting to give an account, by Mahomed Goal and Mulht Abdulhi, of what led up to Frl day's shooting. An accurate transla tion of the documents is being made. Meantime a local translation has been luade. The police state that the do cuments were taken to the station of James P. Lyons, of Crystal street North, who asserted that he found them in a letter envelope among the rockswhere the Turks made their last stand. Apparently it is consider* ered the envelope was put under a stone, and was not noticed when the bodies were removed. The stone, however,-must have been dislodged la-' teri when the'envelope came to light. The policc also have in their posses sion the "paper"'which Mahomed Cool speaks of. The first document is described as "written, for Mahommed Cool by Ad dulla," und states:-"Mahomed Gool ...
Open Column SHOPS AND HOLIDAYS. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915
Open Column SHOPS AND HOLIDAYS. (To the Editor). Sir,-There recently appeared in your columns a letter signed "One who likes to, see. the game played" re the Shops and Holidays. Personally 1 am of the opinion that letters to th6 Press, of the tone your correspond* ent writes, will not assist in persuad* iug the storekeepers to grant anyex* tra holidays in the future, and 1 think I,may safely say that the views of the majority of the shop-assistants of Young are the same as mine. There are three large firms, to my know* ledge, who were willing to. close their premises on Saturday, January 2nd, also the Wednesday afternoon preced ing that date, and ) consider "One who likes to see the Game Played," a trifle unjust to these Arms, by Includ ing them in Ms wUotesate condemna tion of the storekeepers. Unfortunate ly, several other firms would not agree to close and in consequence all the shops wore open for business. Your correspondent's rcferncc to the shops remaining open on Wednesday a...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915
GENERAL NEWS. Mr. 0. C. Bernard, resident engin eer of the Wagga Humula railway, has received notice of liis transfer to other works following on his present holiday leave. Ho is to be succeed ed on the Humula line by Mr. p. King, lately' in charge of Galong to Burrowa line. The Humula line ha* been close on three years under con struction. It has been subjected to various delays, but now only ll miles are to be completed to Humula, while the earthworks arc already finished. Loaving a note saying lie had no friends or money, Frederick Thomas aged 40, a groom, at Kyaainba, near Wagga, shot himself through the mouth with a pea riflo. At an in quest the finding of suicide was return ed. A wedding was celebrated at All Saints' Church, Tumut, by the rector, the Rev. G. E. Burgess, on Wednes- day, the 20th ultimo, the principals be- ing Miss Vera Groves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Groves, of Tumut, and Mr. W. C. Ritchie, youngest son of Mrs. Ritchie, of "Campsie," Ade- long. There d...
CURRENT NEWS. OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915
CURRENT NEWS. OBITUARY. Master Herbert Bede Towey, eldest son of Sergeant Towey, of Crookwell, and formerly of Young, died at Goul- burn at six o'clock on Tuesday morn- ing, aged 15. The cause of death was typhoid fever. The boy, whose re- cord at St. Patrick's College gave promise of a bright career, was taken ill five weeks ago, and was removed to Nurse Jeffcoat's hospital, where, in spite of all that could be done, he succumbed to the disease. Sergeant Towey and Mrs. Towey were with their son to the last. The funeral took place at the Kenmore cemetery. The deceased was a native of Young.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915
IN MEMORIAM. McILHATTON.—In loving memory of our dear Father and Grandfather, William McIllhatton, who departed this life on January 8th, 1908; aged 78 years. Sweet Jesus have mercy on his soul. —R.I.P. Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in-law, D. and C. McIllhatton and grandchildren. RETURN THANKS. MR. T. SMITH and MRS. BUCKLEY, late of Three-Mile, desire to RETURN SINCERE THANKS to all those who showed kindness to them at the time and since their home was destroyed
Political Labor League ANNUAL MEETING. FEDERAL AND STATE MEMBERS PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915
Political Labor League ANNUAL MEETING. FEDERAL AND STATE MEMBERS PRESENT. The annual meeting of members of the Young Branch of the Political La bor League was held In the Town 'Hall rooms last night, "Mr. E. O'Hal loran presided, and about 30 mem bers were present including Mesars. J. Lynch M.H.n. (Werriwa), and G: A. Burgess, M.L.A. (Burrangong). The annual report and balance sheet, which was adopted, was as fol lows: "Ladles and Gentlemen, I have much pleasure in presenting the Annual Report for the year end ing 31st December, 1914. The mem bership at the end of the year totals 1120 members and shows a decrease compared with the previous year. Federal Elections.-As you are all aware during the year just ended the i Fusion Government asked for and se I sured a double dissolution. For some ; months previous the matter for an &lt;early appeal to the people was looked ! upon by Laborltes in Werriwa as a foregone conclusion, and In January last the various leagues of the above ...
OBITUARY. MRS. THOMAS RYAN OF DOUGLAS [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915
OBITUARY. MRS. THOMAS RYAN, OF DOUGLAS It is with unmistakable regret that we are called upon to record the de- mise of Mrs. Thomas Ryan, late of Laurel Cottage, Douglas, which sad event took place at her residence, Ga- long, on the morning of Sunday last. The deceased was an old resident in the district, was an exceptionally good woman, kind, hospitable, a devoted wife, affectionate parent, and gener- ous neighbour, possessing in an un- usual degree those homely and amia- ble characteristics which make the domestic sphere a treasury of happi- ness and contentment. Until recent- ly she had been a strong and robust woman, but latterly she suffered from debility; so that her demise was not unexpected. She was born in County Tipperary, Ireland, and accompanied by her brothers, James and William Cahill, arrived in this State in the late 60's; and shortly afterwards came to Burrowa, where she married Mr. Thos. Ryan, of Douglas, and has ever since resided in the district, and enjoyed the ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915
Marriage &nbsp; A sailing enthusiast has donated the &nbsp; following fiction for publication :— A marriage recently took place at &nbsp; CHURCH POINT. The bride, Miss ROSE BAY, who is a daughter of Mr. MOSMAN BAY, a LONG COVE from LA PEROUSE, was married to Mr. NORTH HEAD, a MANLY fellow from DOBROYD, who rode a spirited horse .known as WATSON'S BAY. The bridesmaids, ELIZABETH and PEARL BAY, wore very narrow skirts which everyone raid reached FOLLY POINT. The bridegroom's father, an old retired KERNELL (Colonel), wore a QUAK- ER'S HAT which nearly hid his LONG NOSE. After the ceremony, the groom nsked the bride for a keepsake, and she gave him a CURL CURL, saying, I have NARRABEEN asked for one before. The clergyman, a SIRIUS COVE (serious cove), had already at- tended a wedding, and would partake of nothing but a CREMORNE (cream horn). The bride's father had more NEWPORT (new port) than was good for him, and the OLD MAN'S HAT be- ing on one side, made him l...
DISTRICT NEWS. MARENGO. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915
DISTRICT NEWS. MARENGO. (From our own Correspondent). A very successful social was held here on New Year's night under the auspices of the local cricket club, when a substantial sum was netted for club purposes. Over forty couples were present, including a number of visi- tors from Young and Burrowa. Music was kindly contributed by a number of those present, whilst the duties of M. C. were in the capable hands of Mr. P. Close. Mr. C. Martin acted as secretary to the function, and was un- remitting in his attentoin to his mul- tifarious duties, not the least among which was attending to the wants of the inner man about midnight. This was done in an ample way, which left little to be desired, in this direction, and reflected credit, as did the whole entertainment, on Mr. Martin and his willing band of energetic workers. RACE MEETING. The annual meeting of the local Jockey Club will be held on Saturday the 16th inst, at 8 p.m., when a good roll up is expected. The club has now about 60...
Motor Car Art Union FURTHER PATRIOTISM OF A RESIDENT. GIFT OF MOTOR CAR BY MR. BILLYARD-LEAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 8 January 1915
Motor Car Art Union FURTHER PATRIOTISM OF A RESIDENT. GIFT OF MOTOR CAR BY MR. BILLYARD-LEAKE. Mr. Billyard-Leake has given further proof of his patriotism and generosity by obtaining permission from the At- torney-General to arrange an Art Union for the disposal of his almost new Studebaker motor car for the sum of £400-the amount to be devoted to the paymeut of taxes, water rates, etc. on his Harefleld Park Estate, Middle- sex, England., which he has lent as a convalescent hospital for members of the Expeditionary forces. An influential committee, viz., Mes- dames Marina, and Metcalfe, and the Very Rev. Father Hennessey, Mr. W. Browne (Memagong), Mr. Billyard- Leake and Mr. L. R. Tieruey (Mayor) is busy arranging details. It has been decided to hold a Patriotic Concert on Easter Monday at which the drawing will take place. Full particulars will appear in a future issue. &nbsp; In the Sheffield Shield match Vic- &nbsp; toria defeated South Australia by 247 &...
MONUMENTAL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915
MONUMENTAL WORK. In the Young cemetery there many beautiful monuments au.l tho one recently erected by Mr. \V. 0. Cartwright, over the giavo of ;he Ir.te Mr. P. Powell, In St. Mary's Ceme tery, is a very worthy addition to the ' ?beauty of that portion. It is of a | very handsome design being of polish* ed granite, surmounted by a small white marble cross. Another recent addition to this section of the feme* tery is the handsome polished granite monument over the grave of tfm late i j Mr. Titos. Qulnn. This is a very mas-1 1 sivo stone and is very imposing, stan-1 , ding as it does at the entrance to St. .Mary's section. This was also erec ted by Mr. W. O. Cartwright to the I order of Mfs. Quinn. At the present time Mr. Cartwright is engaged.in the erection of a monument in the Methodist section. This is the order of Mr. Chris Beplate, over the grnves of his two children. AccordeonH ana Concertinas at 3yd* aey prices at Paling's,
Burrowa Aldermen in Trouble IMPROMPTU MEETING OF THE WORKS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915
Burrowa Aldermen in Trouble IMPROMPTU MEETING OF THE WORKS COMMITTEE. Benjamin Morgan, Thomas Hoskins . (Aidcrmen), and Kdward Neal (Sani ' tary inspector) pleaded not guilty at the Burrowa Police Court to being : oa the licensed premises of the Court ! House Hotel, Burrowa, without a rea | sonable excuse. j Mr. O'Neill (with Mr. Page) appear* I ed for the defendants. : Sergeant Barnes in his evidence sta* i ted that at a quarter past eleven on ; the night of the 22nd December, he saw the Court House Hotel fully .it up and open; he went into the bar and saw Mrs. Hardiwan behind the coun ter and asked her where Mr. Hardi man was; the licensee came out and he asked him if he was keeping open until the New Year. He saw the de fondants walk out of the door leading Into the street; Neal said to him that lie did not think it was so late. Cross>cxamined by Mr. O'Neill the Sergeant said that his watch was a reliable one, and that 'he had got gun time from the post office on the previous ...
TIPPERARY MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915
TIPPERARY MINSTRELS. The Tipperary Minstrel Troupe, since Its resuscitation some few weeks ago. have settled down to solid work, and lmve practised assiduously with the intention of regaining former glor ies achieved by the old pioneers of Tipperary. .80 far have they advan ced that in this issue the first con cert under the new dispensation Is announced. This will he held in the Tipperary Hall on Wednesday, Feb ruary 3rd, and to celebrate the occas ion. it has been decided to give the whole or the proceeds to the two local hospitals. This is very generous of the Minstrels and we hope to hear of none singing "It's a Long Way to Tip perary," on that night, but. that the hall will bo packed. The tickets are now on sale at 1/ and 1/6.
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915
GENERAL NEWS. At the Binalong Police Court before the Police Magistrate (Mr, A. 0, But ler), Albert Weekes, groonl, Frank Marian, shop assistant, Reginald Car ter, blacksmith's assistant, William D. Weekes, agent, anil Robert Hardy, lab ourer, were charged with indecect be* haviour by throwing human excreta Into the public hall at Binalong on the Hth December. The court was crowd* ed, and great interest was taken In the proceedings. Albert Weekes was tho first defendant called, and he pleaded guilty. He was fined .0/ and 6/ costs in default 7 days impris onment with hard labor, and was or dered to procure one surety of £20, and himself in £20 to be of good be haviour for 12 months, ir default three months imprisonment. The case against the other four defendants was dismissed. The Weddin knights of the willow who have been "top dog" for a long time met their Waterloo on New Year's Day In Grenfeil, their vanquish ers being the representatives of Ooma was accounted for them by 26 runs....
SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915
SCHOOL OF ARTS. The usual monthly meeting of the committee of the Young School of Arts was held on Friday night last, Mr. R. \V. Collins (president) occupied the chair and there were also present: .Messrs. Hogan, Phelan, Brownlow, Wheatley, Irvine, Stewart (hon. sec.) and Dr. Uerge. It was decided to obtain hooks as notsd in the sugges tion book from Messrs. G. liobertson and Co. AH books noted in the sug gestioii book in future mu&t contain name of book, author, name of sugges tor, and any review of the book that wilt help the hook committee to de cide as to its Suitability. It was also decided to purchase four dock chairs for use on verandah attached-to bil liard room. The membership of the institution is now 1SS.
A NOVEL ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915
A NOVEL ADVERTISEMENT. Mr. II. A. Martin, of the Farmers Supply Co., Is a firm believer In adver tising. In addition to his advt. in the "Witness," Mr. Martin 1ms a neat little match case, with u box of match es, (advertising the Arm's machinery etc. It is u good advt. and a useful article for the recipient. Mr. Mar tin will be pleased to give one to any one who calls at the Farmers Supply Coy., in Main street.