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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

You'll Want a Warm Cosy Rug. or it may be a New Overcoat, a Carry All, a Tin Trunk, a Gent's Suit Case, or a Ladies' Dress Cose. A Special Easter Arrival of these goods just to hand and now being shown at Cheapside, the Htmj of Bedrock Prices and Up-to-date Values. Our indent order for rugs was placed with the mills 9 months ago and all are consequently at last year's prioes. A Good Fringe Rue, newest patterns, 7/6, 10/6, 12/6 Excellent Value, 30 specials, 15/, 17/6.19/6 The Rug of the Season, pure wool every thread and Australian manufacture for 22,<6, well worth and cheap at 30/-. We have many others, but these quoted prove both for price, value and design. Splendid sellers. Suit and Dress Cases, 2 locks on each, useful sizes, 8/11 and 10/. Carry-All Baskets, strong, handy, cheap. All sizes from 1/11 each. Steel Trunks from the smallest to the largest size made, from 5/11 each. Overcoats for Ladies and Gentlemen, for little Boys and .. . Girls. Bedrock Prices Always the...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Quarter Sessions. LIST OF CASES. TUESDAY, MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

Quarter Sessions. USTfOF CASES. TUESDAY, MARCH 30. Albert Edward Howard, committed from Young. Bench, on 3rd February Inst-false pretences. . John Holmes, committed from Cowra Bench, on 8th February-horse steal ing. His Honor, Judgo Sclioles will pre side. Mr. Arthur Foxton Dawson will act as Crown Prosecutor. DISTRICT COURT. C. H. Allen v. Elsie Victoria O'Con nor,-wages. Coble v. Lyons, ca sa. Two garnishee summonses.

Publication Title: Young Witness
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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

! Local Land Board. j 4 A meeting of the Local Land Bdum : for the Land District of Young vriil .'jt: held In the Court Hou:«j a: i'oaa<, oa the Sth April, 1915. at 20 a.m., »;^ea the follor»ing case3 r.-ili be conslJcr ed. Consideration. Conflicting appjicaUoas for Crcivn Lease Area X. l.'CS, parish of Ounce walla. R. T. L. Saminerfield, S.H. annum bered, 805 acres. Violet JL Springthorpe" S.H. /1£, 2 sc. 2r<L 2Op. Alfred Friend,, SJL /14. 2: acrui. Herbert Chas. Ap?s., S.H. /le, Jas. Sole, H.S, /25. Michael O'Meara, ILSl 29a. 3r. 30p Donald C. Barry, R.L. 13/1, 4a. lr. 2Cp. E. C. Withers, LP. 14/2, la. 2r. 2Sp. Geo. H. A. Brown, I.P" /3, 2 acres. Anastatia Bellamy, I.P" /4,. Patrick J. O'Brien, Sp. Lse. 14/26, 14i acres. John T. Williams, Sp. Lse., /23, 282 acres. Chas. Lolterton, Junr., Sp. Lse., /2S, 2S3 acres. Trustees R. C. Church (per Rer. T. O'Conneli), Rd. Par. 14/55. Spencer E. Lemon, Rd. Pur. /63. Australian Bank of Commerce, Rd. Par., /114. Appraise...

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Fifty Pounds Levy. AQUATIC SPORTS AT YANNAWAH. A NOVEL DAY'S OUTING. YOUNG BAND WILL ASSIST. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

Fifty Pounds Levy, j AQUATIC SPORTS. AT YANNAWAH. A NOVEL. DAY'S OUTING. ^ YOUNG BAND WILL ASSIST. Great preparations-arc bolus made to uecure a very large attendance at [ the Aquatic Sports to bo held on the i Lake at Yannawah, next Saturday, 3rd April. In addition to the object sought to ibo benefited, via., the raising of £50. for the Belgian Fund, the enter tainment provided will be distinctly novel and interesting. Aquatic sports in this district are something now, and , next Saturday's event Is only possible j by reason of the big.flood which took | place about a month ago whereby . about 25 acres of water was impound ed close to Yannawah Homestead. Tho | residents in that locality decided that , a good means of raising funds for the : Belgians would be to mako use of the I lake, so a programme of sports was arranged. These include swimming, water polo, hunting the goose, greasy pig, diving water tilting, pillow fight ing, greasy pole, etc. Each event will be well contested, a...

Publication Title: Young Witness
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PRZEMYSL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

PRZEMYSL. Just hOTv tic Austrian fortress-name Pr32my=l Is pronounced we can't tell positively. Webster gives a "pronun* elation" which is actually harder to pronounce than the original. But pro bably the sound emitted in "Zernsel" is something near the mark. Some people preler to call it "Chimsel."

Publication Title: Young Witness
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Sunday Games QUESTION OF LEGALITY. SUMMONS DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

Sunday Games QUESTION OF LEGALITY. SUMMONS DISMISSED. Moree, March 24.-A case of unus ual interest v.-as heard at Munglmll on the 3rd Inst., before Major Crane, P.M. Dr. Fitspatrick, ot Mungindi, was sum moned under section 8 of the Pollco Offences Act for playing cricket, In a public place, to wit, the recreation ground, Mungindi, on a Sunday, to the annoyance of residents. At the hearing, tho Rev. Mr. Illcks Anglican clergyman, said that his Bish op had stated publicly he approved of clean healthy sport on Sundays, it a man had first dono lii3 duty by going to church. Mr. Zlotkowskl, solicitor for the de fendant, took the polut that the ground, being a cricket ground, it would he no otfenco to play thcro on week days, and it was not thereforo, j an oITence on Sundays, as tho Police | Offences Act is in no way intended to { be a Sunday Observance Act. r The P.M. reserved his decision, and to-day at Morce, dismissed tho infor mation. Ho stated that section 03 of the Act required Jus...

Publication Title: Young Witness
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Blood Poisoned Hand WHAT A GULGONG CHILD DID. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

] Blood Poisoned Hand WHAT A GULGONG CHILD DID. j Mr. Souter, chemist, hud a most an-' !. usual experience on Monday evening, 15th inst., (says tiie Guidon? Cham pion), during the performance of tho Fisk Jubilee Singers in the Prince of Wales* Theatre, Gulgong. During tho J interval he was hastily summoned to the hack of the hall, where a little girl vras choking through a round lolly being caught in her throat. Mr. Sou ter at once placed hte forefinger doTrn the child's throat, and succeeded in : .'shifting the lolly, but the child had In ; ithe meantime bitten his finger. He j did not apply disinfectant, as Is usual-1 iy done by chemists or surgeons after I such cperadons- Blood poisoning set. I in, and for a few days Mr. Souter was | occasioned much pain. Had he not j j been prompt in getting the sweet from | the child's throat, she vroold hare i choked altogether. I

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Terrier Coursing DATE OF FIRST MEETING ALTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

Terrier Coursing i . DATE OF FIRST MEETING ALTERED. Owing to the dates for tlie Young ! Terrier Coursing Ciub'-s opening meet* . ing clashing with the date of the [ Young Trotting Ciub's meeting, it was f considered inadvisable to hold the two events 011 the one day. The ( Coursing Club certainly had their day ; llxed first, but recognising that the t Trotting Club has some difficulty in securing a day, so as not to clash with trotting meetings in other towns, the Terrier Club has very generously decided to hold their opening meeting a week earlier than was at first pro posed. This decision was arrived at. at a committee meeting pf the Ter*1 rler Coursing Club held this morning, { those present being Messrs. A. E. Phil- . 1 lips, ft. A. Martin, O. Fursehouse, J. 1 J. Costigan, and H. Phillips (hon. secretary). On the motion of Messrs. ' Martin and Costigan it was decided to hold the coursing meeting on the j Young Cricket Ground on the 21st Ap« | ril, instead of the 2Sth. This actio...

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The Lock-Up. SATISFIED ALDERMEN. WHAT A LITTLE AGITATION DOES THANKS TO BE TENDERED INSPECTOR-GENERAL OF POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

The Lock-Up. SATISFIED ALDERMEN. WHAT A LITTLE AGITATION DOES THANKS TO BE TENDERED IN Sl'ECTOK-GENERAL. OF POLICE. \ "Mr. Mitchell is just the sort of man to All such a position," said Aid. Whlteman at last nights meeting of the Young Municipal Council. He was referring to the prompt manner in which the new Inspector-General of Police had* dealt with the question of ? the insaultary- condition of the Young lock-up keeper's quarters. For 12 months an agitation for better condl* ! lions had been going on, but on Mr. | Mitchell assuming ollice, he came right up-didn't refer, thefniatter to "some-; I body else," but came-along and saw for himself what was wanted. "Those j are the sort of men we want at the head of our public departments." said Aid. Whlteman, "and 1 think wo should send a letter of thanks and express our appreciation for what had been done." Other aldermen concurred and I it was agreed that the clerk write and I express the feelings of the Council to the Inspector-Gener...

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The Council's Books WELL KEPT AND IN ORDER. EXCELLENT STANDARD MAINTAINED. THE AUDITORS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

The Council's Books WELL KEPT AND IN ORDER. EXCELLENT STANDARD MAIN TAINED. THE AUDITORS REPORT. At last night's mseilng of Die Young Municipal Council, Mr. T. A. Tes>t>»r, auditor, reported on the accounts of the Council for the year ended 31st De cember, 1914. Rates.-General: During the year the reduction of arrears of rates. The the sum of £55 17s lOd was received in rate levied was £2318 9s 3d, of which £2160 8s Sd was received, leaving the sum of £15S Oa 7d to be added to ar rears of rates, which together with interest accrued, amount to £297 8s Sd. Lighting Hates.-The sum of £609 10s Cd was levied, of which £574 Cs fld was collected, leaving the sum of £35 33 9d to be added to arrears, tho total of which is'now £53 3s 3d. Sanitary Service and Garbage Serv ice Fees. The total outstanding at the end of the year, was £153 10 lOd made up of:-Sanitary fees £130 19s Gil; garbage fees, £22 lis 4d. This item is worthy of note. I would draw your attention to my report of Novem be...

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"No Room For It." THROUGH CARRIAGE TO SYDNEY. EXTRA ENGINE NECESSARY TO HAUL IT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

; "No Room For If THROUGH CARRIAGE TO SYDNEY. EXTRA ENGINE NECESSARY TO HAUL IT. In reply to tho local Council's re* quest to have tho through carriage Young to Sydney re-Instated to its for mer position, a communication has been received from the railway de partment. Since the naw time-table came into force, tho through-carriage to Sydney runs oniy'irouj imrden on the day train. It passes through Young from Cowr.i Harj.jn <ri<'h ovnnfn? locked, r.nJ remains at I(ar den all night and Is picked up and made ,V'H*mble 'or inuwujM'rs by t'n day train to Sydney next morning. The carriage from Sydney to Young runs as usual. The following is the department's explanation: "With reference to your letter of the 12th Inst., relative to the provision of a through carriage for passengers travelling between Sydney and Cowra, via Harden, I am directed to Inform you that the matter has been looked In to and it Is ascertained that tho through carriage between Sydney and Cowra, ...

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When It Will Rain. MR. S. RENNIE'S OPINION. NO SERVICEABLE RAIN TILL END OF APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

When It Will Rain. MR. S. RENNIE'S OPINION. NO SERVICEABLE RAIN TILL END OF APRIL. As our readers are aware, Mr. S. Itennie.of *oung,:makes:a close study, cf meteorology; it lias become quite a' hobby with him and from bis years of experience, an opinion as to when the present dry conditions will break, will bo of interest. Mr. Kennie, it will be rememered, only several weeks ago, rose very high In the estimation at local residents by promising them some weeks ahead, a good fall of ruin on a certain date, viz., Friday 19th February, Rain loll on that day, not in points but in Inches. Questioned lasi night as to what he thought of the chances of rain, at an early date, Mr. Rennle says we are a long way off yet. "There may be rain out of this change," said Mr. Rennle, "but 1 don't see any. Last time I told you It would rain a week ahead. This time I will give you a forecast a-month ahead. I do not expect any decent rain until between the 20th and 30th of April. It is a long time to wa...

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Presbyterian Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

Presbyterian Concert. On Wednesday evening last tho an nual picnic concert and sale of gifts In connection with St. Paul's Presby terian Sunday School was held in the Oddfellows' Hall which was filled to Its utmost' capacity, there being over ,250 present. The proceeds of this social evening by the unanimous vote of tho scholars are to -be devoted to the Belgian Relief Fund. Tho hall was decorated with flags and bunting as was also tho stalls giving tho placo .quite an animated appearance. Sharp at 8 o'clock the concert opened with the singing of the National Anthem, after which the chairman, Rev. F. Dlnns, explained the purpose of the meeting, and nlso spoke of the self .denial of the scholars in foregoing their picnic so that the proceeds could bo devoted to tho Belgian fund. The foUowing items were then rendered: Cnitdren's choir, patriotic song; Miss J. Biair, pianoforte solo; Mr. A. Philip, solo; Mr. S. Blair, violin solo; Miss K. Allen,'recitation; Miss S. i&imunds, da...

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Young Trotting Club MEETING ON APRIL 28th. PROGRAMME DRAWN UP. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

| Young Trotting Glub MEETING ON APRIL 28»h. PROGRAMME DRAWN UP. The Young Trotting, Club met on 'Saturday last, Mr. F..H. Tout pre i siding, for the purpose of arranging a race meeting for April 28th next. The I programme as drawn up is as follows: \ -Trial Stakes, of £8, 9 furlongs; 13n 'hoppled Handicap, of £10, 15 miles; Flying Handicap, of £10; 1 mile; Young I Trotting Club Handicap, of £14, IS , miles; Local Handicap Sulky Trot, of !£C, li miles; Publicans' Purse, of £8, 19 furlongs. * r I Mr. Tester resigned his position as ihon. secretary, ho having found that | he cannot devote the necessary time .to It. The vacancy is to be filled as , eariy as possible and Mr. Tester con* isented to act in the meantime. A further meeting of the club is to bo hold to-morrow. i Lord Meade, founder of the Bmpiro {Day movement, replying to questions i whether it would bo desirable to ob | serve Empire Day' (May 24) this year, - said that ho considers that it should be observed this year, of a...

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SORRY MOTOR CAR EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

BOBBY MOTOB CAB EXPERIENCE. The man who has been misguided into till purchase of some particular ear by someone directly or indirectly inter ested in tho sale of it, does ^ot, for obvious reasons, give it publicity; so that a sorTy- motor ear experience enn' easily fall to the lot of anyono unless they are guided by the report of tho disinterested expert mechanic. As in stance following abridged report on Humberette 2-seater ear (agents, Tho Motor House Ltd., Balfour St., fiydney, Price £190). "In comfort tho number etto excels big cars. It's springing is perfect. In appcarance it in the neatest and most refined car on the market In finish and quality no superior.'1 "

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WAR POWERS IN PERTH. EARLY CLOSING REQUESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

WAR POWERS IN PERTH. EARLY CLOSING REQUESTED. Pertl). March 21.-A public meeting wMch was addressed by members of Parliament, clergymen, doctors, and women, In favour of the early clos ing of hotels, last night decided to urge the Government to exercise the pow ers under the War Emergency Act, and prohibit the sale of liquor between the house of 8 p.m. and 8 a.m. Arch bishop Riley moved the resolution, and ttabbl lrreedman and several others supported It. Monslgnor Vorllnp, the Vicar-General of the Roman Catholic arch-dlocese, also supported the mo tion, but thought that the proposed reduction in hours was too drastic.» Ho favored the whole question being loft to a referendum of th© people to docld.

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SUBMARINE U 29. SUPPOSED TO BE SUNK. ALL HANDS LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

SUBMARINE U 29. SUPPOSED TO BE SUNK. ALL HANDS LOST. London, March 25.-The Admiralty I has good reasons to believe that the German submarine UliD was sunk with all hands. This submarine claimed to have sunk the Ahoukir, Cressy, and Hague, and also torpedoed soveral J merchant vessels. i

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Presbyterian Church. ANNUAL MEETING OF S. PAUL'S YOUNG. SATISFACTORY YEAR OF PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

| Presbyterian Church. ANNUAL MEETING OF 8. PAUL'S YOUNG. SATISFACTORY YEAH OF PROGRESS. The annual Congregational meeting of S.t Paul's Presbyterian Ohurch was held on Tuesday evening last, la the Church, and reports were presented .by the secretaries of the various or ganisations, showing the progress made during the past 12 months. The treasurer also presented his report and annual balance sheet. The meeting was presided over by the Rev. F. lilnns, who is In charge of the Parish, pending the settlement .of a permanent minister. Mr. Binns has been indefatigable In his pastoral .work, not only in town, but also In 'Wombat and Monteagle, where his vis Its have been greatly appreciated. The chairman In opening the pro ceedings addressed the gathering in exceedingly earnest and well chosen words, emphasising the "Church Fam ily" nature of the gathering. During the discussion on the Sunday Sch'ool report, special reference was made to the introduction of the kin dergarten to the Sunday...

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THE RUSSIANS. HUGE CAPTURES OF PRISONERS. THE CARPATHIAN ADVANCE. GERMAN BATALLIONS CUT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

THE RUSSIANS HUGE CAPTURES OF PRISONERS. THE CARPATHIAN ADVANCE. GERMAN BATALL.10NS CUT UP. London, March 25.-Exclusive of the Proeinysl capture, the Russians have since January 21st captured 110,000 men in Galicia, also thirty guns and 320, machine guns. London, March 25.-Tito Russians are advancing in the Carpathians. They seised several fortified heights between Bartfield and Uszok and cap tured 4000 prisoners, and many mach ine guns. London, March 25.-Austro-Hungar ian military authorities state that everything depended on the tremen dous battle now being fought in the iCarpatlilans. If the Ausc.ro tlerman forces are successful, the fall of Prz emysl will be only a mero episode. London, March 25.-Fights for iso lated vantage points on the bank of the Narew are becoming desperate. The Germans are strongly reinforced nnjlvare stubbornly defending their potions, but the Russians are slowly gaining ground. *" London, March 25.-Two German battalions attacking Karaska*. in North Polan...

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Missing Bag of Flour. TRACED BY A BLACKTRACKER. A POLICEMAN ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 March 1915

Missing Bag of Flour. TRACED BY A BLACKTRACKER. A POLICEMAN ARRESTED. Cooma, Wednesday.-Constable J. W. Bradwell was charged at the pol ice, court this morning with stealing a bag of flour, valued at 7/ the pro perty of David Jeffrey, a local baker and confectioner. Evidence was giv en that Bradwell had a supper at the bakehouse with a brother of the pro secutor. Next day prosecutor missed the flour and reported the matter to the police, who, with the assistance of a black tracker, traced the flour to ac cused's quarters. He first denied knowing anything about "the flour, then said' prosecutor's brother gave It to him. In defence, evidence was given, of a conversation between accused and prosecutor's brother. In this the lat ter was stated to have said ho had 5 given defendant the flour. This was denied by prosecutor's brother. The accused was committed for trial at the , quarter sessions. Ball in £40 was | allowed.

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