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THE DARDANELLES. RUSSIANS BOMBARD BOSPHORUS FORTS. RUSSIAN AVIATORS DROP BOMBS HOSTILE VESSEL BLOWN UP. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 30 March 1915

THE DARDANELLES. RUSSIANS BOMBARD BOSPHORUS FORTS. RUSSIAN AVIATORS DROP BOMBS HOSTILE VESSEL BLOWN UP. j London, March 29.-The Russian , Black Sea fleet bombarded the outsido , forts and batteries o£ the Bosphorouo. j A Russian aviator dropped bombs suc cessfully, despite a heavy artillery fire. The enemy's torpedo boats tried to come out but were^driven hack. A largo hostile ship "while attempting to enter the Bosphorous was bombard ed and 'blown up. I

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINE SWEEPING. TURKS FIRE ON WARSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 30 March 1915

MINE SWEEPING. TURKS FIRE ON WARSHIPS. . London, March 20.-Mine sweeping operations continue & the Dardanelles. The Turks at Atkelid Bahr fired on the warships, but-were, promptly sil enced. The Allies flrefrom the war ship is doing considerable damage to the Turkish forts.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARENGO. AN OLD RESIDENT PASSES AW Ay [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 30 March 1915

MARENGO. (From our own Correspondent). AN OLD RESIDENT PASSES AWAY   The whole district was plunged into mourning on Thursday last when it   was announced that our oldest resi- dent in the person of Mrs. Kenemore had passed to the great beyond, at, the age of 84 years. Of late the old lady has been, as might be expected of one her age, failing to some extent, al- though she retained to the last the whole of her faculties, and was about as usual on the Tuesday preceding her death. She attended mass at the local Church, as was her wont, on the Sun- day and Monday mornings, hence it was that her wide circle of friends and acquaintances were dismayed to hear of her death so soon, although at her   age such an occurrence cannot he con- sidered extraordinary. Early on Wed- nesday morning she complained of sharp pains and directed the priest to be sent for, which was done immed- iately. Rev. Father Bailey attended at the bedside and administered the l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Early Days Revived. THE BUSHRANGERS. BROTHER-IN-LAW OF BEN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 30 March 1915

Early Days Revived. THE BUSHRANGERS. BROTHER-IN-LAW OF BEN HALL. Word was received in June on Wednesday that Mr. J. McGuire was in a low condition in Albury and was not expected to recover. Mr. Mc- Guire who is well over ninety years of age, saw strenuous times in the early life of the Lachlan River set- tlement. A brother in law of Ben Hall, he spent a deal of his ample   means in defence of the outlaw. At that time McGuire owned Sandy Creek Whego, and other stations on the Lachlan. In company with others Mc- guire was arrested for bushranging and after nine months spent in Car- coar, Bathurst, and Sydney Gaols, he came up for trial before Sir Edward Pottinger. That learned Judge re- marked that he failed to find a tittle of evidence upon which to convict Mc- Guire, who was discharged. Several of the others were hanged and heavy sentences imposed on the remainder. Whilst incarcerated with these bush- rangers, McGuire learnt much of the life of these wild sons of the bu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 30 March 1915

THANKS. THE SISTERS of the Sacred Heart Hospital gratefully acknowledge the receipt of £13 18s 6d, collected by Mr. ALBERT RANDELL, of Mont- eagle, towards the up-keep of their Institution.

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Big Loss of Sheep. THREE HUNDRED DIE FROM UNKNOWN DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 30 March 1915

Big Loss of Sheep. THREE HUNDRED DIE FROM UNKNOWN DISEASE. Mr. C. Terry, of Kooringa Station, is a very heavy loser on account of numbers of his sheep dying. Mr. Terry bought a line of merino ewes from Calabash some little time ago, and the other day was taking (them to Kooringa and had got as far as Milong with them, when no less than half of the mob died. Over three hundred succumbed to the disease, which so far has not been diagnosed. Mr. Terry says that the sheep appeared to get very sleepy and then take fits be fore death. The sheep are still dy ing.

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CUERENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 30 March 1915

CUERENT NEWS. This morning's sitting cf the Quar ter Sessions lasted exactly 16 min utes. In that time .two offenders re ceived sentences of 12 mo.nus m tne Uoulburn gaol, and a J.P. wa3 aworn in. m m Several Jurors were late In attend ing at 'the sessions this morning. When brought before His Honor for an explanation they each blamed the rain for keeping them late. "l'ou ought -to he prepared to ray the fine of £2 for the sake of liaving tha rain," smilingly remarked His Honor. "Yes, I would that!" said the gentleman in the box. However, the fine was re mitted, "but," remarked the judge, "you won't get any juror's pay." S Several residents in the vicial'.y of : tho town report losses to 'heir tiocks through dogs from town going out and killing sheep in the paddocks. This is a serious matter, and owners of dogs would do well to keep tnem strictly chained up at night, i! they don't want to lose them altogether. In tills issue there Is a notification that poison is being laid in all t...

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MORE PIRACY. ANOTHER BOAT SUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915

MORE PIRACY. ANOTHER BOAT SUNK. London, March 31.-The German submarine U 28 torpedoed the steamer Kamlnlan, off Glasgow. The crew were landed.

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FIGHT IN THE AIR. GERMAN TAUBE BROUGHT DOWN. BOMBARDMENT OF SUBMARINES IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915

FIGHT IN THE AIR. GERMAN TAUBE BROUGHT DOWN. BOMBARDMENT OP SUBMARINES IN PORT. London, March 31.-In the fight be tween the Allies aviators and Ger mans near Zeebrugge, one Taube mac hine was brought down by ttao Allies, and two German airmen killed. The Allies airmen then reconnoitred over Zeebruge, and assisted the British .squadron to bombard German sub« marines In port.

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200 GERMAN SHELLS. ONLY KILL ONE CIVILIAN. ATTACK ON LIBAU. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915

200 GERMAN SHELLS. I ONLY KILL ONE CIVILIAN. ATTACK ON LIBAU. i London, MarcliV31rft.-German war ships fired 200 sheila into Libau on the Baltic, and were only successful 1n killing one civilian. > Libau Is a seaport town of Russia,' In the Baltic sea. It contains many flourishing Industries and has a popu lation of 74,500).

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A TURKISH DEFEAT. DRIVEN BACK BY THE RUSSIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915

A TURKISH DEFEAT. DRIVEN BACK BY THE RUSSIANS. Londan, March 31.-The Russians defeated the Turks at Artvin, where the enemy were driven back.

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"YOUR SCAMP SON!" THE CAPTURE OF LONGWY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915

"YOUR SCAMP SON I" THE CAPTURE OF LONGWY. Paris, March 31.-A French paper states thit a certain German General was upbraided for sacrificing thous ands of his best soldiers in capturing Longwy. The General is said to have went livid and oxclalmed "Sol diers, advance in close formation, by the orders a! your scauip son!" mean ing the Crown Prince, who was a safo distance away. A week later the Gen I oral committed suicide.

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BAILED UP. THREE YOUTHS ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915

BAILED UP. THREE YOUTHS ARRESTED. Melbourne, Tuesday.-The arrest was effected -of three youths, who, it Is alleged, held up Francis Dawes, butch er, of Port Melbourne, tmd 'his , son In December, and compollqd thein to handk>yor£14. On December 11, while ' Dawes and Ws son %vere at one of their shops in Bay street, in Port Mel bourne, a telephone message was re ceived that a friend of Da-<ves, junr., had. "been injured, and -was in- rho 1 Melbourne hospital. Dawes and his son drove to the hospital, and it was : found that the message 'was a hoax. I On returning three raaskod men it is ' stated, confrontcd'them at a lano near their homo in Sqiith Melbourne, and-! at the point of a-revolver, demanded I their money. A bag containing £14 I was handod over, but another bag j containing £50 waq.aot.' Themaslced I men then mounted bicycles and rodo I off. ' . . .

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THE BOSPHORUS. RUSSIAN BOMBARDMENT. TORPEDO BOATS DRIVEN BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915

THE BDSPHORUS. RUSSIAN BOMBARDMENT. TORPEDO BOATS DRIVEN BACK. London, March 31.-The Russians continue the bombardment of tlio I Bo&phorous. Torpedo boats attempted I to emerge qulckJy, but were soon I driven back 'beyond the range of Rus* I sian shells.

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G.U.O.O.F. VISIT OF INSPECTOR WORKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915

G.U.O.O.F. VISIT OF INSPECTOR , WORKINGS.' Tho usual quarterly meeting of tlie members of the Pride of i»ia West Lodge, G.U.O.O.F. was flieltl in tho Oddfellows Hal1 on Tuesday evening last. There was a 'good attendance of members. N.G. Bro. S. W. Briggs presiding. After «tho usual routine business was transacted, Bro. W. G. Rogers, Deputy-District Master of the Southern District, made an oJHcial visit to the Lodge and was received with the honors of the Order. The Lodge decided to acccpt the Invitation from the F. and S. Assoc iation to take part In the sports pro cession on Easier Monday, and In or-, der that-as many members as possible will attend, every member was asked to nmlte the matter known ua widely as possible. P.D.G.M. Bro. J. A. Ed munds was entrusted with making all arrangements 'in connection with tho G.U.O.O.F. part tin 'tho procession. Over £69 was received in contribu tions from the members. After the usual business had conclu ded Bro. Ridley, Grand Lodge Inspec to...

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THE WAR. Country Press Special to the Witness. SUBMARINES OFF COAST OF IRELAND. A STEAMER CHASED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915

Country Press Special to the Wltneto. SUBMARINES OFF COAST OF IRELAND. A STEAMEll CHASED. London, March 31st.-The captain of tho .steamer Dunedin, which has arriv ed in Dublin, says that he eluded Ger man submarines after a six hour chase. Ho also reports the presence of sub marines on tho West Coast of Ireland. It is believed Uiat they aro making deslgua on Atlantic Uners.

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German Atrocities. BUTCHER'S AWFUL FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915

German Atrocities. BUTCHER'S AWFUL FATE. Sydney, Tuesday. -There are still many people who refuse <to "believe the stories of German atrocities. Mr. Van Doorsselear, who served with the Rod Cross division -with the Belgian Army, and is at present recuperating .in Sydney said to-day: "I have seen things iwith my own eyes much too horrible to mention in any paper. Yes-mutilatfons-ai\vful mutilations. One incident "will b» isuflicient. A butcher was suspended by the legs with hia 'hooks from Kteel bar on which lie used to iiang. his carcases of beef, and to make his end more awful a fire liad been lighted on tho iloor underneath, and hia head ?was all burn't. Men who would .do a thing like that would do anything.'"

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F. & S. Association. THE YOUNG BRANCH. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915

F. & S. Association. ! . i THE YOUNG BRANCH; ANNUALTMEETING. The annual meeting of the Farmers and Settlers' Association \v«u held on I Saturday last, when the secretary pre sented his report as follows: Gentlemen-1 have the honor to sub mit my fourth annual report and do so with great pleasure on account of Che continuous activity displayed by 'the members .throughout the year. Immediately after last annual meeting the sports were held on Easter Mon i day, and the day proved a great sue* I cess, about £70 being 'cleared as a (-profit. The help given by two ladies In collecting subscriptions -towards it I materially helped to bring about such 'a splendid result. An organiser was I appointed about the middle of the ! year, and he continued working till November throughout the electorate, with tiio result that we commenced the year with 107 financial members, and now it ends with 151 financial mem bers and 13 in arrears, though the or ganiser is not responsible for all this in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLINDNESS FROM SHOCK AND STRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915

BLINDNESS FROM SHOCK AND, STRAIN. Some of the most distressing and' at the samo time, from the medical point of view, moat curious, casualties during the present war 'have been the considerable number of cases of iblind ness, which have occurred simply .from sihock, without apparently the -accom paniment of any outward and visible traces tof injury. The strain of 'bat ttle has in these instances. It-would seem, impaired seriously the function al nervo values of some portion of the visual apparatus, though all organ ic and objective evidence of the dam age done escapes the closest examina tion of the physician. Mischief has been effected, but It is mischief which clinical teats can neither analyse nor define. Happily, In the majority of .instances, those -who have been affect ed in this way have eventually, as the result of rest and general recuperation, recovered their sight again and suffer ed no' permanent disability-. LADIES.-If you are suffering from Indigestion, Rheumatism, Pil...

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Minisrels at Greenethorpe A CROWDED HOUSE GIVES THEM GREAT RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915

Minstrels at Greene thorpe { , I A CROWDED HOUSE GIVES THEM GREAT RECEPTION. The Tipperary Minstrel Troupe scor ed a great success at Greenethorpe last night, when tho largest audienco ever assembled in the Greenethorpe Hall gave them a great reception. Standing room only was available In .the hall, and after each item was ren dered there was invariably a recall. It was undoubtedly the most enthus iastic audience which tho Minstrels Imvo as yet entertained, and at the close of the proceedings Mr. W. Dou glas, J. P., on behalf of the Green thorpe residents, in announcing that at that stage over £30 had been real ! ised with more amounts still to come I in. spoke of the self-sacrificing efforts i of the Minstrels, who had journeyed ! all tho way from Young to assslt in that noblest of all causes-tho relief of the Belgians. He also compliment ed the mupon the excellent entertain-, ment provided which he said, the re sidents of Greenethorpe much appre ciated. Then he asked for three che...

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