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DEATH OF OLD YASS IDENTITY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

DEATH OF OLD YASS IDENTITY. On Friday morning last there pass- ed away in O'Conneltown an old iden- tity in the person of William Aldridge, better known as "Deaf Billy." Billy was for many years in the employ of Mr. Howard, until he was compelled to apply for the Old Age Pension. For many years he has been bedridden, "Billy" was well known in Queanbeyan where he at one time resided. He was 83 years of age. His remains were interred in the Church of England cemetery.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

IN MEMORIAM. BRON.—In Loving Memory of my dear Husband, and our dear Fath- er, who passed away 18th March, 1914. Aged 82 years. "Some day, sometime—we'll under- stand." —Inserted by his Loving Wife and Family.

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

SUCCESS OF LOCAL MOTORIST. Mr. J. Nesbit, of Young, won the   six miles motor cycle race at Leeton,   on Wednesday last, there being six   competitors. The riding time of the winner was 6min. 12secs., the machine used being a 3½ h.p. Rudge. Mr. Nes- bit will compete in the 33 miles race open to the Sydney club members at Goulburn on April 3rd, also the 33 miles open Handicap, and the 66 miles open Championship of New South Wales. On Easter Monday, also at Goulburn, he will be an aspirant for the 100 miles Open Championship of New South Wales.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Burrangqng Hospital COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 March 1915

Burrangong Hospital   COMMITTEE MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the Burrangong Hospital was held on Tuesday evening. Present: Messrs. R. W. Collins (chair), Nesbit, Garling, Rodda, Pickburn, Tout, Tresilian and Selden. HOUSE, COMMITTEE. Mr. Pickburn reported that the Hospital had been visited and every- thing found satisfactory. A new wardsman had been appointed. The accounts had been examined, and everything found in order. The ex- penditure had been reduced, all round. A nurse had also been appointed. £100 BEQUEST. The Registrar of Probates wrote notifying the hospital committee that under the will of the late Dr. Mac- lennan the sum of £100 had been be- queathed to the hospital for the pur- pose of extending the male ward at the institution. FINANCIAL STATEMENT. The financial statement showed a credit balance of £219 19s 5d; since making up the statement £81 6s 6d were received for patients fees. ACCOUNTS. The following accounts were passed for payment:—Millard...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANADIAN OFFICER KILLED. COMMANDER OF PRINCESS PATRICIA'S FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

CANADIAN OFFICER. KILLED. COMMANDER QF ."PRINCESS. PAT RICIA'S .P.OKCE. [ \ London, March 22.-Colonel Farqu Imr, commanding. Princess-Patricia's j force In Franc#,.. has .lieea.^llled in I [.'ranee. CoLonel Farqul\ar(\vas mill* I tary secretary *\o the' Duke' of Con- j naught, and the'ihird office fix connec tion . with the Canadian Government i house to be killed in war.. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RED CROSS. PREPARATIONS FOR EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

RED CROSS. PREPARATIONS FOR EASTER MONDAY. The committee of the Red Cross are making their usual careful prepara- I Hons for their several undertakings on J Easter Monday and all that is wanted is a sympathetic and generous pubiic to call at the various refreshment rooms on the showground, where a splendid luncheon and afternoon tea with cool drinks at popular prices un der the above management of the Wambanumba Circle of Red Cross is being arranged. At the Town Hall the Farmers and Settlers' are giving the whole ot the proceeds of tho Euchre Party and Dance to the Red Cross. Refresh ments are being provided by tho cen tral committee will be handed round during the interval. Tickets for the Euchre Party may be obtained, from Mr. J. Watson, at Weeden's. The ladles hope for large attendances at each of tho above, as they do want to send that motor ambulance before the Spring campaign. Valuable prizes for the euchre party have been presented: 1st gent's pair beautiful silver backed bru...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMERICA AND ENGLAND. THE TWO NATION'S FRIENDS. "AMERICA WOULD FIGHT AND PERISH WITH ENGLAND." [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

AM ERIC A, AN D- ENGLAN D. ) THE TWO .^ATLD.^S .FRIENDS. . "AMERICA WOULFI FIGHT? AND , | PERISH WITBIJ^OLAND."; -I London,'March 22.-Speaking at the .Canadian .Bar Association, Montreal, .Henry Esterbr-oolv. tojd the delegates that In hia opinipn'OVmerica would al most make any accommodation to pre ventvwar with 'Britain. He felt con vinced that the Allies will win. Rath or than see "/Britain." s(uffpr, America would fight and .peqtslV wltli her it nec essary. Despite their uick'erings, .the :wo countries are .friends'.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

GENERAL NEWS. Frank O'Connor, throe years of ago, aon of Mr. T. O'Connor, of Gamma tree had two fingers bitten off by a horse at the first joint and the fingers had to be amputated right at the butt by Dr. Brennan of Cootamundra. At Orange District Court an appren* tico discharged on his employer relin quishing business, securcd a verdict of £50 damages. Mrs. Crawford, who is on a visit to Sydney from Cootamundra, was rob' bed of a purse containing £30 at a lead ing city hotel on Saturday morning. In consequence of judicial comment in a case of fraud, in connection with the passing of a 10/ note for one of £10 denomination, the Assistant-Secre tary to the Federal Treasury states that alt the Commonwealth 10/ notes now being issued have printed on them in red ink, the world "Half Sovereign" at the top and bottom. In his view there is no excuse for anyone accepting such a note for a £10 one. Shortly an entirely new design for the 10/ note will be issued. The word or figures "ten" will...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRIVEN FROM NANCY AND CALAIS GERMAN AEROPLANES AND ZEPPELINS[?] [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

DRIVEN' FROM NANCY AND CALAIS GEItMAN. ABItOPXiANBS AND , ZEJPPKLINS.o-. London, March. 22rrrGuna .drove off two German > aeroplanes which , were, .tying over Nancy on Saturday, also a Zeppelin near fort-Vert,*north. east of '.Calais.

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COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

COMMITTEE MEETING. Immediately after the previous meet* Ing the newly-elected committee met to decide on a date of the first cours ing meeting and other business. Pre sent: Messrs. A. E. Phillips (in the chair), P. Waldron, \V. Poplin, T. C. Wright, R. Martin, M. Costlgan, Mc Lachlan, G. Vincent, V. Coleman. A. 13. Collins and the secretary. . On the motion of Messrs. R. Mar tin and M. Costlgan, it was decided that the admission for non-meml>crs be as follow- Gents., 1/; boys, under 14, 6d; ladles free. At this stage Mr. A. E. Phillips than ked the meeting for placing him in the position they had that night. He said he would do his best for the bet .terment of the. club, the same as he had done last year, and he was sure that, as the club was starting -with a credit balance, everything would run along merrily. He hoped lo see b'g ger prize money this season. The secretary stated that the recent heavy storm had done damage to the wire netting on the ground, which would have to be ...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAR. Country Press Special to the Winters. POSITION IN ITALY. WAR OUTBREAK IMMINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

Country Preas Spoclat to the Witncra. POSITION IN'lt'Ai.V.-: WAR OUTBuS^K IMMINENT. March 22.-The' "- -'Paris' . '"Matin" Jlome correspondent says "The decree ,caUing to the 'colours*, officers0/ the .ilrst lino now ou lialf pay Is'regarded as symptomatic,'as a majority belong ;o uie puo.ic administration, .tho dis organisation' of which woQld not be ,ike.y to be mado' without-serious rea* sons." / . - ' ' *v v . London, March 22.-It Is stated that 20 submarines* have Tjefcn'added td the.Italian navy during the last six months. -Itaiynow has-300 aeroplanes and 20 dirigibles: ' s ' uondon, March 22:-Telegrams from ^Trieste state that a proclamation asks the people to rally rottnd the'-Emperor. The concentration of .Austrian littoral is proceeding' apace. . Snortiyi'40,000 . 'inen will be-At-friesterIncluding well jijuipped Germany. Ai£>iabte-li6dFa2 mep, up to. 52 years oMige,-have-U6en tiummoned' Ipr serviae: U. ? -X J-?$<.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT NEWS. BENDICK MORRELL. THE DRY WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

DISTRICT NEWS, j (From our Correspondent). BENDICK MORRELL. THE DRV WEATHER, J Bendick Worrell, March 22.-*So far' the weather prophets seem to be as tray, because indications In this quar* ter appear to be the reverse of rain, mainly warm days and cold nights. However, fanners are still plodding along in expectation of something bet ter turning up. POISONOUS MELONS. . The wild melon is causing havoc amongst horpes in this locality. Many valuable animals having died through eatlng.it. Drenching with linseed oil seems to only aggravate the complaint and the animal dies in the course of a few days. * PERSONAL. It Is 'rumoured, that Mr. Hancock of "Rosemorit contemplates leaving IJendlck Morrell at an early date to take up his residence in Sydney, and' that Air. Haytiiorn will succeed him and take over the management of Rosemont. Wo congratulate Mr. Haythorn and trust to hear the old marble clock ring the old magic circle ! again. ' Mr. Hunter, who came here to re side some 12 iporilhs...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

PERSONAL Mr. G. Ii. 'Berry, assistant C.P.S. at Narandera (and at one tlmo of Young) has received .notice of his transfer to Wagga. Rev. \V. D.' Kennedy, of Murrum burrali officiated at St. John's on Sunday. The rector of.Youns went to Murrumburrah for the day.

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Farmers in Politics THE CANDIDATE FOR BURRANGONG. FOUR NAMES SUBMITTED. BALLOT IN OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

Farmers in Politics THE CANDIDATE FOR BURRAN .' GONG.. ^f'BOUR NAMES SUBMITTED. BALLOT IN-OCTOBER. At the rifefcuttV 'of 'the Burrangong I Farmers and SctUers Council held at [Young on Saturday last, the question :of the electldn'bf a candidate to run In ( the in.tere9ts*vo'£ the party 'at tile next Stat'eretectlon was discussed. Jn response taan/appllcatlon for candid* ates wllllogC'toisubmlt .thoir nainfi.S'for selection,-fpur. persons filled ln-;tU^ necessary; .to^ps, a^d . tlies^ hfiyias\ been found, in order,'a.ballotjsip l^c, taken on Ofc'tQj/^rliiid. at ;an,F^; and S. mem per &"en r6ll cd prior.^9 a certain date Mil have the opportunity of exercising., the right of deciding who is to represent the Ifaraiersr and Settlera' at" the. hexi election. The names of'tho-'gentlemen to SO to the ballot are:-.. . Mr. E. HERBORM, surveyor, Grenfell. Mr. L. H. TIERNEY, farmer and graz ier, Young.* Mr. A. K. TRETHONVAN, farmer, Clear Hills. Mr. S. ' T. DICKENSON, farmer, Crow'ther....

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Mr. Fisher and the Drought. "NO NATIONAL DISASTER YET." [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

Fisher and Drought. | "NO NATIONAL DISASTER YET.'.' Melbourne, March 20.-Mr. Fisher to-day rebuked those Melbourne alarm* istfl who are painting the southern drought in lurid colors. "I am not lacking in sympathy," said Mr. Fisher, "with those who are suffering from the drought, but U is a mistake to con* sider that this is a national disaster yet. I have seen in every part of Australia patches In their worst and at their best, and 1 admit that some parts of New South Wales and Vic toria are as bad as they might be; but It is a mistake to leave an oppression on people's minds who do not know their own country, and on the minds of others who have not seen Australia, that It is an arid desert at the present time. Every drought has been follow* ed up by good seasons, improved flocks and herds, and productivity generally. have no doubt that nature will take some steps after this drought, as It did after previous ones." !

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The Belgian Appeal ARRANGING FOR SYSTEMATIC COLLECTIONS. TOWN DIVIDED INTO SECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

The Belgian Appeal . ARRANGING FOR SYSTEMATIC COLLECTIONS. ,^Q\VN DIVIDED; INTO'.SECTIONS. .V At a nidfetUi|Tt>rradi<J3 In the Town" 3-lall on Friday afternoon, at which the Mayor presided,"a-number of lad ies were appointed to tnUe up system* ntfc regular collections throughout the town. The proceeds are to be remit ted to the treasurers on the 4th of each month. The ladies have each heeu allotted sections attft in those sec tions they will have various collectors .at work-so that not a house will be missed, and it is hoped that everyone will respond with whatever 'amount they can; afford, no matter how small, in order that a regular donation will be sent from Young each month to as sist our starving Allies in Belgium. Those ladies appointed to arrange for the'various sections are as follows: Mrs. Hogan and Miss Taylor, Mrs. .Purchas, Mrs. Sale, Mrs. Tuson, Mrs. Cotterill, Miss -MbVel*}i, Mrs. E. Wright and Mrs. Bartlett, Mrs.^'Met calfe and Mrs. McKenaie, Mrs. Tem pl...

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COMMERCIAL TUESDAY, MARCH 23rd. WHOLESALE BUYING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

COMMERCIAL 'v| TUESDAY, MARCH 23rd. WHOLESALE BUYING DUUES. Wheat 6/ per bushol. Chaff, £6 to £7 per ton. Oats, 4/ per bushel. Sheepskins, 3(1 to 3id per lb. Hides, 5d to 5Jd per lb. Rabbit Skins, 2Jd per lb. Tallow, 4/6 per "tin. YOUNG RETAIL. PRICES CURKENT. Butter (factory), 1/4 per ib. Eggs, 1/3 per iozen. Bacon (piece) l/3<- rashes 1/4. per lb Bran, 1/0 per bushel. Pollard, 1/10 bushel. Chaff, £10 per ton.

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THE TIPPERARY MINSTREL SHOW AND THE "CHRONICLE." (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

THE TIPPERAJIY MINSTREL SHOW I . AND THE "CHRONICLE.1- .1 (To the Editor). Sir,-As my . attention , lias been] drawn to something in the last issue i ofvthe young '-.'Chronicle," which 1 be*' Ucve svas an intended reply to my pre vious letter, 1 feel bound to make a few remarks on same.although I think it is practically unworthy of such. The iwriter refers to my letter as r.a "efTus Jbn." But, permit me to state that ef fusion or otherwise It evidently hit somebody . pretty hard 'and 1 have a .notion that thatsome'body was some? ^vhefe in the' vicinity of the "Chron icle" ofllce. Hence the cry of pain it brought' forth/ I' wish to convey to my friend a thousand thanks for term ' ihg me an amateurw%vcllfir. .Now, Nif ;tliat conglomeration,<^f-finite, 4tiwiloa tidh,'&tiuse, cheap sarcasm-etc., is a fair. cfiteri0B{f0f jone r\yqulfl«j?x.5 . w$,V$roitt the pen of a journals*. Who .wbilif want to be a professional? But as that kind of,tJti$g is apqarentajvojlQ of my fr...

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MOPPITY WOOL CLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

MOPPITY WOOL. CLIP. At Schute, Bell and Co.'s auction in Sydney yesterday,, thq' Moppity wool clip realised the highest price secured this season for Young District wool. Fleece realised 153d and first pieces 13d.

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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915

OPI>N:<eOLlJ3IN. Tills column is absolutely open, to ;our('^0adQrs to express their opinions., J

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