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DISTRICT WOOL OFFERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
. .DISTRICT -WOOL - OFFERINGS::. 1 Catalogues at the closing wool auc tions of last.week included a number of district clips. Winchcombe, Car son Ltd., sold Messrs. Moore and Ward's Oakvale'clip, from Young."to 12id, for wethers fleece. The wool was well grown' and dry, in fair condi tion but slightly tipped with dust. Ewes fleece from Mrs. Alice Suther^ land, Mountain View, Bcndick MorreU made lid per lb. at the same firm's auctions.
YOUNG DISTRICT SCHOOL COLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
.YOUNG'DISTRICT' SCHOOL ; COLLECTIONS?"., ' ' The Department of Public'Instruc* Uon has started a collection for the Belgian Fund; All schools have been asked to contribute. With this end in view, the-children of-the .Young Dis-.« trict school hrfve'-'been -proVltifeB\wRl! authority from the Head-master ^ to collect weekly contributions. It is hoped that every .'encouragement will be given to the children to work for such a worthy object; Parents# and others-are u?Ued tb^fe&tfjjjiy attle .inconvepieric^ jjaused^y. tne collectors -ft slioiild be ft&rae'lft'-iqiftthtirat* many children are able to .collect where adult collcctors'-havo 'not the time to go. Already many pupils have collect* ed many shillings in remote corners of the town and district.' Above all par* jen'ts are urged to let f^his effoft^of .the children tafea-thinJorra of^/setf' denial work. Ulteir'Jowji penifiep oh their own lists will4 show they are thinking unselfishly of others who are lens fortunate...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
GOEDON GARLING -SOLICTOR S. LYNCH STREET, YOUNG. Koorawathi visited every Saturday. Murrumburrah, Harden and other centres by appointment. Special consideration given to Land Board matters. Money to Lend all classes of se curity in large or small sums.
Young Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
Young Turf JJIub. Tho Young Turf Club met on Fri day evening at Costigan's Great Eas tern Hotel (TattersaU's) for the pur pose of receiving a statement of. re ceipts and expenditure at the annual races held on 10th and 11th in&t. Mr. F. H. Tout (President) occupied, the chair, and those present included: Messrs. D. McKenzie, and W. J. Hills (Vice-Presidents), T. F. Tresil ian, A. W. Liddiard. H. L. Phillips, J. Langridge, T. F. Dull, W. Jasprteza, P. Waldron, A. B. Phillips, J. Gor don, R. 0. Breden (lion, treasurer) and F. H. Hopwood (secretary). THE ANNUAL MEETING. Mr. Breden submitted a statement of the annual race meeting, which dis closed a profit of £20 10s 9d. The detailed receipts and expenditure are as follows: Receipts: Nominations and accept ances £26 13s; saddling paddock, £76 14s 6d; bookmakers' fees £3G 15s; sale of rights £38 6s 3d; racebooks £18 5s; racebooks advertisements 5/; dona tions £11 Is; pro rata of members tick ets used, £25 5s. Total £233 4s 9d. Ex...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
Notions in Tailoring BY THE HUSTLERS Few Mud are alike in build. Fewer still alike in taste. THAT'S WHY ORIGINALITY COUNTS IN TAILORING. The man wlio slavishly follows fash* icn plates can never please the distlnc* tive dresser. » Mind you-there are many Tailors foal good workmen-who cannot or iginate. The HUSTLERS' can, and do fake a pride in doing so- do it for the sake of better work and better sat* isfaction for their clients. Isn't it worth something to YOU this betterment in Tone and Style. Sure-it is! Well then let's get together next time you want a N«w Suit, and between us we'll produce a real top-notchcr for you. Our Specialty Suit-to-Measuro In any Material 63/. Others at 55/ to 715/-no need to go higher for you cannot get better ma terials. THE HUSTLERS HATTERY HATTERS TO MEN WHO KNOW. We are making a special display of Men's Hats-Smart, Stylcful Hats, all colors, right up to the minute shapes-all in one window. ONE PRICE: THE HUSTLERS THE HUSTLERS "Where Cash Tells." OP...
Farmers and Settlers MEETING OF DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
Farmers and Settlers MEETING OF DISTRICT COUNCIL. A largely attended meeting of the Burrangong Electorate Council of the P. and S. Association was held at Young on Saturday last. Mr. P. H. Tout (President) occupied the chair and there were also present, the fol lowing representatives, viz., Messrs. .N. Grahame, A. J. Nisson (Murrumbur rah), T. West, H. C. Tiedeman (Bala bin), A. Hunter , J. Cass (Bendi;k Morrell), L. P. Porsythe, J. W. Mor row, R. H. Sweeney (Wallendbeen), J. Houllston (Monteagle), P. H. Tout J. L. Maroney, J. D. Hunter (Young), V\ Sutherland, T. H. Martin (Mariln dale), J. Stewart, A. Gerhardy, J. Herbig (Tliuddungra), C. D. Clever don, W. Bradford (Nubba), J. Mat thews, M. Joyce (Tyagong), \V. Kerr, W. A. Douglas (Carumbl), J. Dicken son, E. J. Maher (Crowther), C. Crichton, J. Anderson (Tubbul), J. Dlprose, G. Perclra (Brundah), H. Carter, W. Hunter (GrenfelV), H. Gray. C. Preudeusteln (Greenethorpc), D. Prater (Wombat). Warraderry Uranch notified that that branc...
Young Races. WHAT THE STIPENDIARY STEW. ARD THOUGHT OF THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
Young Races. WHAT THE STIPENDIARY STEW ARD THOUGHT OF THEM. After each race meeting, the Stipen« diary Steward submits a report as to the manner in which the meeting is conducted. The following report was received to-day by the Secretary of the Young Turf Club from Mr. N. Devlin, who acted as steward at the recent meeting. Racecourse.-Very hard, but other wise good. Improvements.-Nil since last meet ing. Racing.-The racing was interesting and some very close finishes were witnessed. The fields owing to the hard ground were small on the second day, as horses would not stand many runs. The attendance was better than usual, and the meeting was successful from all points. General Management.-Good. The committee are at a distinct disadvan tage, the course being so far from town. Trainers and owners are not enticed to the town as a training cen tre. Fines and Disqualifications.-XII. * Mr. Devlin also writes:-"I desire on behalf of my co-ofliclals and myself to thank you and your committee...
TENNIS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
TENNIS MATCH. Following 1B .the result of the match which was played on St. Mary's courts on Saturday last. J. Fryer and C. Thorn v. Hutchlns and W. Wood, 5-6.. Broderick and C. Thorn v. Hutchlns and Wright,. 6-3. .Broderick and Bolton v. Hutchlns and Wright, 5-6.. Thorn and Fryer v. Hutchlns and Wood, 6-5. Broderick and Firyor v. Woods and Wright, 6-4. ? Mixed Doubles. Broderick and Miss Jones v. Miss Tresllian and W. Woods, 6-0. I , £ Fryer and Miss Jones v. Miss' Tresllian and W. Woods 6-0. C. Thorn and Miss Thorn v. Miss Tresillan and W.- Woods 6-2. Broderick and Miss Jones v. -Miss Tresllian and Wright, 6r-3. Bolton and MISB Jones v. Miss Tro« slllan' and Hutchlns, 6-0.
THOUGHTFUL WOOLBROKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
I THOUGHTFUL WOOUBROKERS. . It. j.&lt;5.(iii}tp..n.atwraUU.iat,.wisliouJA; entertain friendly. feelings .towqrds those who sijfAoc^iis in,business'.' And; It is also'hunfc'liaCuraV, :at" least 'to' these o£ us \vho bave:a sense of grati tude, to desire, when occasion offers, 10 show, iu some practical fashion, the* reality pf oiir^cjfnibli^and gratitydc/ Suclrretluctiojjs c»Sl)hjsTiisf1 Co un&lt; ex* tent, to underHta^d^hy' Jolih-Bridge and Company, every Eastertide, extend u cordial-&lt;lnvitatlim* to wool growers and their families to pay them a visit during their Easter sfay ;in Sydney. Add to this the generous hospitality Miou'ii* to the principals tind other re presentative,! ct.tlie firm by the couu tryMdc, and you will *)ulto; understand why ilic firm fecl&a desire to make acknowledgement.* Tiie ''John Bridge" headquarters are always equipped so admirably to meet'- the convenience and comfort of their friends, that Jt Is not surprising to learn...
A Stolen Ring. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
A Stolen Ring. Before Mr. P. B. Treatt, P.M. at the Young Police Court tills morning Patrick Kennedy, on remand from Biayney was charged with stealing' a gold ring valued at £3 from Freder ick Johnson, at Young, on or about the 13th March last. Constable Smith and Sergeant Wood gave evidence as to the receiving of accused from the Biayney police. Frederick Johnson, groom at the Great Eastern-Hotel, Young, said he knew the accused who was- employed for a few days at the hotel during the Young races.' He went to the rail* way and saw accused leave by-train; On the following afternoon- lie missed an 18*carat gold ring set with an am ethyst, valued at £3, from the inside .pocket of an overcoat in his room. He did not sell the ring to accused for 30/,. ' ' .^Accused admitted to the police that he took the ring, as he dld-hot wish'to give any further trouble. ; 4 On being asked was anything known accused, Sergeant Wood read a list of six previous convictions, whereupon his Worship remande...
"RITUALISM AND FORMALISM." [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
"RITUALISM ANDIRORMALISM." Speaking at*St.- John's on Sunday night, .Rev. .Wi-'.l); Kennedy, of Mur- j rumburrnh made, n few remarks on ] Ritualism a£ opposed1 to Formalism;' Some people were very much worried j about the supppse,d ritualistic prac- j tlees of the'-Church' of England, and 1 they even "left'the-Church/' it their clergyman sho\ved any tendency to be High. I3y adopting this line of ac tion they were "crucifying their cler gyman," ju«t as -surely as Caiphas of old crucified Jesus Christ.1 No mat ter, said the preacher, whether a man .was a Low Churchman or a High Churchman, if lie was doing 'got# work for the chui£h, it was the duty of his parishioners to help and not crucify ,him. Mr. Kennedy related a personal experience. A parishioner that he met'oirgofng Into a-new par ish fervently hopfed-'he ''would not use candles on the altar. After explain ing that the Church of England sanc tions the use of two candled. Mr. Ken nedy told* th ejpa riajrionefs-ri»ahe', did* not ...
Harden News. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
Harden News. (From our Correspondent). Harden, March 22.-The annual meeting of the Murrumburrah P. and A. Society was held on the 20th Inst. Jn the absence of the President and Vice-President, Dr. Heggarton was vo .ted to Ihe chair. The secretary's re* .port shewed that the lost show had .been very satisfactory in every way. ,The balance sheet showed that al though £100 had been expended in .permanent improvements, the over draft at the bank had been reduced. The membership of 143 was consider ed, should be increased, while donors of special prizes were only 30. Spec ial efforts are to be made to increase i these. Mr. W. C. H. Roberts was elected Patron, and Mr. J. A. Ford, President. It was decided to hold the next show on 28th-and 29th Septem ber. , ? The gates of the Demondrllle sports to be held on Easter Monday in aid :he'Belgian Fund realised £22, and the Publican's Bootlv£6 7a. ' :talh is ahxiousiy'ldoked for.; / The r.;uid Is now too hard to plough. ?Mr. Stuart Robertson ref...
CURRENT NEWS. G.U.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
CURRENT iTSEWS$: G.U.O.O.F. At tho quarterly, meeting of * the G.U.O.O.F. to be "held * *-on Tuesday night next, Mr. Inspector Ridley from Grand Lodge will be present. It is hoped by the olllcers of tlie lodge that there will be a ;vi3f6V'.largo attendance of members, as the visitor wllt'h&ve some very important, remarks to make regarding the Order. !
Durack v. Council. MINOR CASED UPHELD. WAGES CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
Durack v. Council. "MINOR CASED UPHELD. WAGES CASE DISMISSED. In the Industrial Court this morning before Mr. l-\ B. Treatt, Industrial Muglstrate, John Durack proceeded against the Municipality of Young for not keeping timo and pay sheets cor rectly written up in ink. Mr. Hogan for the Council, pleaded guilty. Mr. Durack stated that there had been a serious loss to James Fisher through no time sheets having been kept. Ills Worship said that there was a differentiation in the case of the Muni cipal Council as against prlvato em ployees, which was not making any personal gain out of the caretaker. ' Mr. Hogan said that the case had been carefully bottled up in Sydney since the 2Gth October for the offence was alleged to be committed between :?rtl June and 3rd July. The mitiga ting point was that for three months before Uio information was laid the Council was complying with the Act. After four months, the prosecutors had come along and because the Coun cil did something else that did...
PICNIC TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
PICNIC TRAIN. Melbourne, March 22.-While a big picnic party was returning from Cam perdown to Ballarat on Saturday night a collision occurred at Ballarat West between the engine of the Dimboola train and the special, the latter carry*, ing 300 passengers, 24 .of whom were Injured .AH those hurt were attended to by a doctor on the spot, and*with the exception of Miss Neal, residing at Camperdown, who, was detained at a private hospital, were allowed to pro ceed to their homes. The accident occurred through the rear train falling to pull up in time. The damage to the rolling stock was slight.
Picture Entertainment. AT YOUNG DISTRICT SCHOOL. HELP FOR THE BELGIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
Picture Entertainment.! AT YOUNG DISTRICT SCHOOL. HELP FOR THE BELGIANS. On Friday night last, the large room of the Boys' Depnrtraent of the Young District School was crowded with boys, girls, and parents to view the first pic-' iuro entertainment this year. The proceeds will go towards the Belgian Aind. The. total takings were £5 Is Od. The cxpehaes were heavy as £117s od had been spent on purchase of cou« .ops for films and £1 2s 6d for freight charges and 5/6 for lighting for four o"r u months ahead. For the nert sev en or eight entertainments there will be no expenses at all. The balance £1 15s Gd goes to the Departmental Belgian fund. The pictures were as usual, very clearly shown -and appre ciated by the youngsters. In addition :o these, a number of solos, ond re citations were given by pupils'^ as fol lows:-Stella Johnson, ao!o; Nellie Wlsehcart. recitation; Dorothy Wood, : jong; Marjorle Davis rccltation; Ed ward Stapletori,.pianoforte solo; Jes sie Angus, piano solo; Minni...
SPORTING BURROWA PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
SPORTING BURROWA PICNIC RACES. The annual meeting of the above club was held on the Burrowa Race course on Friday, 19th inst., and was a successful gathering, although the attendance and horses were not quite up to the standard of previous years. The track was heavy. Results as fol lows:-. EUB1NDAL.STAKES. Mr. S. H. Belcher's Tugs, 10.2 (Mr. J. Davison) 1 Mr G| Massey'-s Warstock, 10.2 (Mr. J. King) 2 Mr. P. Garry's Byzura 10.0 (owner) 3 Won easily. Time 1.24 4-5 sees. Betting 2 to 1 on Tugs. GUGULLALONG STAKES (Grassfed) 6 furlongs. Mr. C. C. Savage's Maygo, 10.7 (Mr. James) 1 Mr. P. C. Julian's Galong 10.7 (Mr. Garry) 2 Sir W. F. Cunninghame's Infinity,, 10.7 (Mr. Davison) 3 Time, 1.24. Betting: 2 to 1 on In finity, evens Maygo ^ . . BURROWA PIONIC RACE CLUB . CUP-1 mile. Mr. W. C. Ellerman's Weelong, 11.5 (Mr. Paterson) .. 1 Mr. G. Massey's blk g Blacknote, 10.7 (Mr. King) 2 .Only starters. Betting: 2 to 1 on Weelong. Evens Blacknote. Won easily. Time 1.51. NARRA ALLEN PLATE. I M...
BABY PATRIOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 March 1915
BABY PATRIOTS.. I Mrs. T. McKay wishes to thank the tittle Misses Nancy' aad Mary Park man, Marengo, for their donation of ! 10/ which they scut her to get clothing i i'or the poor little Belgian.babies..,,j The Hallway .Departpicnt ^ixlouqsq. In this Issue thp pinning?) "o^Che.TTtf trains to Syrtiicy r an'd"iiVt»^meciiato Stations. In conncctlon . wlilv tfaticr Holldaya. Handbills give full particu lars ray hew b.s .ualiied fj«:.!n all' Station Ma. tore" * - '