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Bush Tragedy. STRANGE POISONING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

Bush Tragedy. STRANGE POISONING CASE. Walgett, March 17.-Rather belated news of a tragedy which occurred Just over the Queensland border about 12 Ailes from Hebel, carao to hand yes terday. A drover named Charles Barker, about 30 years of age, and whoso family reside at Hornab>% came to Nee Nee station, belonging to the A. P. Company, to take delivery of some sheep. He had two other men with him, and after calling at the homestead they went to the yards, about half a mile away to camp. This was on the Sunday afternoon, and nothing further was known until about Monday, at midday, when a man nam* ed McCarthy found them in a terrible condition. Apparently they had taken something poisonous, for they were lying to tho ground in a nude condition with ants crawling all over them, and. Insane from the effects of the poison. Help was soon forthcoming from Nee Nee, and, by a fortunate circumstance Mr. J. Peacock, of Combogolong, was in his motor car, and conveyed Barker and Sloverlght to ...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pope on the War APPEAL TO HUMANITY. NOT TAKING SIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

! Pope on the War i _ APPEAL TO HUMANITY. NOT TAKING SIDES. Popo Benedict, addressing a public consistory in Homo recently, begun his allocution by expressing deep chagrin that month after month lias gone by without oven tho distant liopo that the war would soon ceaae. He spoke of what lie has done to bring auout an exchange of prisoners, explaining that tho limitations of his apostolic of fice do not permit him to go furtnor. As Interpreter of tho eternal law," the Pontiff continued, "I can declare that nobody should bo permitted to inllict injustice but I can go no further in this conflict. To do so would be nei ther convenient nor useful. The Holy See must remain strictly impartial. Tho Itoman Pontiff,.as the Vicar of Christ, who died for all, must em brace all the combatants in his senti ments of charity. Being the father of ail Catholics, he has sons on both sides in this conflict Tor whose safety he must be anxious. Consequently, it is impossible for hiui to look upon the spec...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

<£mn) PIPES GUARANTEE!). ALL TOBACCONISTS. Your C©inissgeiseini2:s aire well ttireatted M HcMuelbEisSi.. In addition to ourselves, we have trusted mer. who meet trains and see, lots into paddocks, where they get good grass, water and shade We give your consignments a real good show because our common sense tells us it pays to do so, and because it is but common fairnsss to you, Oar published reports arc worth watching. BADGER Y BROTHERS, 14 Castlereagli Street. SYDNEY. Stocb & Property Agents and Fat it .Ptore-Stocl« Sulcsmen LAND & FINANCE COY. LTD. SYDNEY WOOL, PROOUGE, Mi GRAIN SALESMEN LOCAL DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE *1-1?*""""" 1 . District Representatives «. D. G. Treharne and J. L. Sands. BEST Yet Our beat-your boat. Fewer parte greater strongth. Now solf-govcriung and lubricating doviccs. Split bearings, ro Insortablo without-unshipping. ttall-bo&r inff-runs liko a bicyclo. Boon yoars pcrfocting it. Mado to givo a con* tary of smooth-running ...

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CASUALTIES. FIRE FIGHTER KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

CASUALTIES. | I FIRE FIGHTER KILLED. \ ' Dunedoo, March 1G.-Wliilo combat ing a bush fire on Mr. D. Ubas'a pro perty, Hughlc Smith, 2G, was struck on the head by a falling tree. The back of the head was smashed, and the unfortunate man expired within a few minutes. The Coroner held an in quiry, and returned a verdict of ac« cideatal death.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW J.'sp. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

NEW J.tsP. The following have been appointed to the Commission of the Peace in the State of New South Wales:-Michael George Croke, Tubbul; William Dou* glas, Greenethorpe: James Albert Har combe, Be'.owra, Marengo; Walter King, Wallendbeenr; Jacob White, Wattamondara.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RACING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

I RACING ACCIDENT. Llthgow, March 16. Wliilo racing on Saturday afternoon at the show ground, P. Riddell collided with C. Hern, and both riders came down hea vily. Horn escaped injury, but Rid* ! ;.i had to bo helped off the track. Jle was removed to the hospital, whore ho was found to be suffering Iioin a fractured forearm. Ho was progressing favorably this morning.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIGH PRICED PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

HIGH PRICED.PRODUCE. jSays the Orange "Loader*:- On Saturday, In^Orange, one farmer who lias £50 tons of hay was offered £8 per ton for it Jn the stack. Shrewd produce men are of the opinion that chart will go up .to.-£15'per ton tills year. . If that comes to pass there will ,be great mortality amongst big stock.

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RUN OVER BY A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

RUN OVER BY A TRAIN. . ijlthgow, Mur;U 10.-A'fretl Cox, 43, employed en the deviation works at ;m walla, v/tisj attempting to'alight from a train at* Wallerawang station while it was In- motion when he slip ped between the train and the plat form. He had one leg and an arm fractured, while the toes oC the other foot -were crushedJ He also re ceived severe bruises and abrasions on other.parts of the body. Ho was brought to Llthgow hlspital.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR OVERTURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

MOTOR OVERTURNS. LUhgoiv, March 16.-A motor acei I dent happened near Didsdale yester j day, with the result that J. .Holt, of TaUersaU's Hotel, 1h at present In Lithgow Hospital. Holt was endeav ouring to avoid a collision with a sulky when a car skidded In a deep rut and overturned. There were several oc cupants, all of whom escaped injury with the exception of Holt, who sus tained cuts and abrasions to tho face. His conditions 1s not serious.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Showground and Racecourse. FORMATION OF RACECOURSES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

Showground and Race course. FORMATION OF RACECOURSES. Regarding tlio circumference if track necessary in order to secure re gistration of a racecourse, It has oeea ascertained that' a track must not bo less than six furlongs, and not one mile, as was generally supposed. Tho formation of racecourses was the sub ject of a lecture by Mr. John Wcin garth,' before tho Institute of Survey ors in Sydney on Tuesday night. Mr. Weingarth stated that a surveyor, hi laying out a racecourse, was necessar ily bound by the state and area of land available. In his opinion the ideal shapes of track were the parallelo gram with tho corners rounded oft, having a width of 100 feet, and with curves of not less than eight chains radius. For ponies, he considered that a track six furlongs in length was adequate, but: for-horses it should not be less than one mile. In the Govern ment regulations, it was stated that the curves must not be dangerous; but the minimum radius was not given, j This, ho said, sho...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT NEWS. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

CURRENT NEWS. . v ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. !VTHe.'apeclal preacher next Sunday jriorning and evening Will bo the Rev. W; ID: Kennedy, Hector of Murrain «i)urraliV.

Publication Title: Young Witness
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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

OPEN COLUMN. This column' Is absolutely open to our readers to express their opinions.

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The Young Witness with which is Incorporated THE BURRANGONG ARGUS FRIDAY, MARCH 19th. Seventy Motor Cars. MONSTER PROCESSION AT YOUNG EASTDR MONDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

(Efye ^fitur.g pitiness With "which Is Incorporated THE BlIRRANGONG ARCUS . ' FRIDAY, MARCH 19th. Seventy Motor Gars. MONSTER PROCESSION AT YOUNG EASTDR MONDAY SPORTS. Something big in the way of motor tain there will be abig muster of cad ets in the procession. Arangements for flags are to be made. If the Red Cross Society cannot supply these, the Under-Secretary- is to be written to asking him to forward a' supply along. At a meeting of the sub-committee in whose hands the proccssion arrange ments were left, it was decided that prizes be awarded for the best decor ated two wlieel and four wheel veh icles, the best decorated car,,and also the best decorated car representing' the o"bject of the . day-"Belgium." Most comical vehicle turn out, best business display on. vehicle, best load of wood (the mine for this 10/ and the wood is to be sold for the Belgian Fund). A recommendation' Is to be made to the General Committee to give a prize of £1 for the best turn out of four horses or ...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RIDING TEST FOR RECRUITS. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

THE RIDING TEST FOR RECRUITS. (To the Editor). Sir,-At a time when tho heat of battle ficems the flerccst and tho call to arms of all Australians whoso hearts throb for the day wlien the juglo calls them to face tho foe; It seems" a pity to seo fine young healthy and respectable patriots thrown out of tho ranks because they fail to please tho superior officers, by riding too fast, and not sitting up.in military fashion, while others are allov/ed to pasa -who fall off at every hurdle, and who oven cannot mount if tho horse happens to-bo a bit fractious, I would like to know why theso young Austra Jians who arc capable of learning aro not taught or asked to ride military fashion (and who would only requlro half the time as the Johnnie who falls off) are not allowed to go to the front, whero they rough it with the best of soldiers. Tho caso which has been brought undej* uiy notico deserves comment. This young man, a fine strong healthy young fellow, of very temperato habits had passed ...

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FOR THE BELGIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

. FOR THE BELGIANS. Mrs. T. McKay is most grateful to the 'Misses Whltcchurch, Elton, for the nice parcel of new clothiutf which .they sent her for the Belgian babies; aIso: to Miss Gloyds PHon, for nicely "worked cushion to be raffled, also for the Belgian babies.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

0^^ i^'-5|yC£^ use AsMon &. Parsons' Intants' Powders # for the Li (lie Princcs and Princcsscs during the time of teething and for fretfulness and the many ailments common to infancy. ASIEMM & PMB§<m& MFAfOTS' IPOWMEKS' are Intended to caso pain and soothe the child; chcclc stomach disorders; corrcct the motions; relieve fever, restlessness, fretful, ness, and similar troubles incidental to the teething period; and arc useful ia delayed or unduly prolonged dentition. Supplied by Royal Command to IJ.IU. THE DOWAGER EMPRESS OF RUSSIA £5 * r2r' 1I.R.H. THE DUCHESS OF FIFE r-~: '1 II.R.H. THE CROWN PRINCESS OF ROUMANIA Jl w H.I.U.THE GRAND DUCHESS OLGA OF RUSSIA II.R.H. PRINCE CAROt OF ROUMANIA li.R.Ji. PIUNCESS ALEXANDER HOHENLOIIE 0 Nil OTDER MEDICINE NECESSAKY Mr. JAS. WEIR, Grcenodle, Kaapsehcboop, Transvaal, writes: "It may perhaps Interest you to knonr ibat xve have just had a child of hvo months niul days successfully cut bis first tooth, withou...

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POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

./POSTPONED. .A Small Debts case, Davidson y. Creech, set down for hearing on Wed nesday last, was postponed by consent, "till, next Tuesday.

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. MARCH. Sun Rises. Sets, j &.m. p.m. , Saturday, 20th 5.57 6.9 Sunday, 21st 5.57 6.8 Monday, 22nd 5.5S 6.7 Tuesday, 23rd 5.59 6.5 "Wednesday, 24th .. .. 6.0 6.4 Thursday, 25th 6.0 C.3 Friday, 26th .. 6.1 6.1 Saturday, 27th 6.2 6.0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

GORDON & GARLING -SOLICTOR S. LYNCH STREET, YOUNG. Koorawatba%Yisltcd every Saturday. Murrumburrah, Harden and other centres by appointment. Special consideration given to Land Board matters. Money to Lend or. all classes of se curity In large or small sums.

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PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

PHASES OF THE MOON. First Quarter, 24tb, 8.48 a.m. Full MOOD, 31st, 3.3S p.m. WEATHER FORECAST. Sydney, March 19. The following forecast was issued this afternoon:-Warm and hot with northerly winds,, followed by cool squally dusty, south west winds over southern half.

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