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COMMERCIAL Thursday, April 1st, 1915. WHOLESALE BUYING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915
COMMERCIAL Thursday, April 1st, 1016. WHOLESALE BUYING PWCES. Wheat 5/ par bushel. Chaff, £6 10/ to £7 30/ per ton. Oats, 4/ per buehol. Shoopsklns, 3d to 3Jd per lb. Hides, 6d to 5Jd per lb. Rabbit Skins, 2Jd per lb. Tallow, 5/ per tin. YOUNG RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Butter (factory), 1/4 por ib. Eggs, 1/3 per lozcn. Bacon (plcce) 1/3; rashes 1/4. per lb Bran, 2/9 per bushel. Pollard, 1/10 bushel. Chaff, £10 por ton.
A Tattersall's Prize COURT CASE FROM STOCKINBINGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915
A TattersalTs Prize ! COURT CASE FROM STOCKINBIN GAL. A prize of £100 in Tattersall's Sweep t>n the December Handicap, went to Stocklnblngal last year, but one o£ the shareholders In the tlckct did not get hla share and he brought an action In the Equity Court before Mr. Jus tice Harvey yesterday, to recover the money. Tho plaintiff was Allan Juson Gam .bol, a railway labourer, of Stockinbln gal, and the defendant Thomas I3riggG. Plaintiff told the court that on Decem ber 5th" he met Brlggs In Sto>-i.Inblngal Briggs told him that he had a ticket No. 96,636 in Tattersall's Sweep on the December Handicap, No. 1. "I had several last year with tho girls In tho pu.b," said Plaintiff, "and wo won some small prises. I'll glvo you 3s for a half sharo in that one.' Defendant agreed and plaintiff gave him 2/6 all tho money he had at the time. ttrlggs said "That will do, It doesn't matter about tho rest." When the sweep was drawn 'the ticket won a £100 cash prize. Defendant then, however...
POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1915. (Before Mr. F. B. Treatt, P.M.) A MAN OF MANY NAMES. A STOLEN RING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915
POLICE COUET. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1915. . (Botore Mr. F. B. Treatt, P.M.) ' A MAN OF MANY NAMES. A STOLEN RING. Patrick Kennedy, alias William Thomas, alias Andrew Ealer, alias Harrio Johnson, etc., on remauil waa chargcd &lt;with at Young, on or ubout IStih Marcli last, stealing a ring valued a't £3 tlie pfopenty of Frederick John son. / ' Sergeant Wtfod 's'tateij that on -oth March he received a registered packet at 'tho. Young Pogt Office addressed to i the officer in ohargo of the Police, at I Young, from Uve Coonambie police. | On opening 'tho package he found la ring which he now. produced. This morning ho saw tho accused in the , lock-up and said io him "TUat'i. the ; ring ?which you aro charged with stealing." Ho replied "Yea, that's the ring." Accused Said ho (had nothing 10 say. j Thomas Bowman shearer and drover residing at Coonamble,. said he was at Cowra.on 14th March. Ho saw the; accused 'there. Accused, asked him l to 'buy. a ring .fflrn him, saying lie was 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915
Notions in Tailoring Few Men are alike In- build, Fewer still alike In taste. THAT'S WHY ORIGINALITY COUNTS IN TAILORING. The man who slavishly follows-lash* Ion plates can never please the distinc tly dresser. Mind you-there are many Tailors v«al good workmen-who cannot lfinate. J The HUSTLERS' can, . and do take a prido in doing so- do it for tho sako of hotter work and better sat* lafaction for their clients. ' Isn't it worth something to YOU this betterment in Tone and Style. Sure-It is! Well then lot's got together next time you want a N*w Suit, and between us we'll produce a real top-notcher for you. Our Specialty Suit-to-Measurc In any Material---63/. Others vat 55/ to 75/--no need to go higher for you cannot get better ] terlals. THE HUSTLERS BATTERY HATTERS TO MEM 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. "Whsro Casli Tells." Opposite. Great Eastern Hotel 'BURttOWA-STV YOUNG. 'P...
New Telephone Feat NEW YORK TO SAN FRANCISCO. A 3400 MILE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915
New Telephone Feat NEW YORK TO SAN FRANCISCO. A-3400 MILE TALK* Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, who first talked over the-, telephone-his Invention-In 1875; leaned over/to an instrument in- tho offlco of President Theodore N. Vail on the 15th floor ot an American Telephone and Telegraph Company building, on January '31 (saya 'the Now York correspondent of the London "Standard.") and said: "?Mr. Watson, are you thereV And out on the 'western edgo of the continent in Sau'Franclsco, 3100 miles away/Thomas W. Watson, Mr. Bell's assistant in his first experiments, threw up his 'hand with a whoop &lt;of joy. To him had como as clearly.as if iho toad only been across tho 'town the tones of Dr. Bell's voice. "Indeed I am," he answered. "All right; I am glad of tluu," said tlio inventor. / "Your onuneiatlon seems perfectly clear here. U sounds as if you were »in tlie other room or in andther part of New York, instead of 3400 miles toway." Tho ilrdt official talk between the eastern and we...
EUCHRE PARTY—EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915
EUCHRE PARTY-EASTER MONDAY. Tho valuable prizes havo been donated for tho above as follows: - i 1st Gents.', pair silver -backed 'brushes and comb in caso (gift of Mrs. L. Tlernoy), president of Red Cross. 1st Lady's, handsome brass jardiniere 1 (gift of Mr. Whlteman); 2nd Lady's, jewel case, (gift Mr. J. Parkman); 2nd gent's., silver match box, (gL!t of Mrs. "W. J. Hills). Mrs. Tester, hon. treasurer of tho Rod Cross, Is giving tho booby priae3. Several use ful and attractive gifts will also bo sold by auction at tho social, viz., sil ver photo framo, containing picturo of Albert, King of the Belgians, 'presented ' by Miss Schmidt; sot of Golf Sticks and 'bag, presented by Dr. Purchas; valuable umbrella, presented by Mr. T. P. O'it'ourke and some smaller arti cles. Choice refreshments nvlll ibo handed round by a Red Cross Com mittee. Mrs. C. Upton's Band has kindly offered to provide tho music free of charge, so that all that is re quired is a largo attendance of tho public.
FISK JUBILEE SINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915
FISK JUBILEE SINGERS. Wo wish to remind our readers that5 .the above world «£amed company make 1 '.their wolcomo reappearance here In I the Town Hall on Tuesday next, when ' they are sure 'to havo a crowded house This will be the last visit to Young of this unique combination, tlio only en* 'tertalumeut of its kind in the world -it ds many years since this famous band of singers visited Young and old residents will remember their de lightful entertainments. The manage ment is sorry that tho company can 'only appear for one night owing to the hall being engaged. A great num ber of seats havo -already been book ed, and patrons are advised to get to the ticket office early or hook their seats at Payne's in advanco (rio ex tra charge), and avoid the crush at the doors. The Town Hall on Tues day next will sure to toe crowded. The latent world's craze Jubilee Ragtlmo .will foe introduced in the second part o£ the programme. Speaking of some of tho Items In the first part, the "Sydnoy Morn...
MOTOR CAR ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915
MOTOR CAR ART UNION. Arrangements are well in hand for ! the Patriotic Concert at which draw-. Ing of the Motor Car will take place. ; The funds realised are in aid of the . Harefleld Convalescent Home. ' Mrs. Metcalfe, Hon. Secretary, -of the above art union, has a few more tickets for sale; early appll- 1 cation .will ibe necessary to secure thean The date of the concert will; be published in an early issue. j
THE RULE OF THE FOOTPATH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915
THE RULE OF THE FOOTPATH. Ia vlerw of the vigorous action taken recently in Sydney to regulate pedes-1 Irian traffic In the crowded city streets , it is suggested that the municipal au-' thoritfes In the more Important coun ; try towns might make a move in the I same direction. At Young, Tor In stance, there is very frequently con-1 gestion in ttfie main business blocks that would be obviated if tno people -were kept moving and the rule of the I Xootpa'th applied, that pedestrians , must keep to the right, even as H is the rule for vehicular traffic to keep to the left. The rule against loiter* ing on ffilie footways could also be en* forced with more firmness without in justice to anyone, and with decided advantage to those who desire to use the paths for their legitimate purpose. ?The business houses of Youutj will j close at 9 o'clock to-night and not re* I open until Tuesday morning. I
The Young Witness With which Is Incorporated THE BURRANCONC ARGUS THURSDAY, APRIL 1st., 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915
Stye Urntttg pittness With which Is Incorporated THE BURRANCONC ARGUS THURSDAY, APRIL 1st., 1915. The almost incredible ferocity and malignity exhibited by the crew of U36, which on- Sunday sank the British ilner Falabia, "will surely thrill tho whole world with horror. Acts of Barbarity on the onemy's part havev become commonplace, but this was so cruel and so revolting as to brand tho miscreants and their nation with in famy. . Tho Falabia was unarmed and carried passengers, and therefore should never have been attacked; but wo have grown accustomed to German piracy, and are net horrified at the mere destruction of a merchant steam er. The dastardly acts were the tor podo attack while tho boats were on the davite, the deliberate murder by tho gun flro of the escaping men and -women, the diabolical jeering of the Germans as tho struggling passenger.* rose and sank in the waves, and the ex* ultant laughter of the murderers over tlio helplessness of their victims. Tho .multiplied hor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915
GORDON & GAKLING -SOLICTOR S. LYNCH STREET, YOUNG. Koorawatha visited every Saturday. Murrumburrah, Harden and other centres by appointment. Special consideration given to Land Board matters. Money to Lend o:; all classes ot se curity In large or small sums. THE WITNESS. EASTER HOLIDAYS. ' SUBSCRIBERS and ADVERTISERS are hereby notified that In accordance with the usual custom, during the EASTER HOLIDAYS, the days of Pu blication will be as follows: TUESDAY, MARCH 30th. THURSDAY, APRIL 1st. FRIDAY, APRIL 9th. There will be NO ISSUE on TUES DAY, APRIL 6th. F. H. HOPWOOD, Manager.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915
PERSONAL On Thursday evening, Sergcawt and Mrs. Drummond and Miss Drummond (Who aro leaving Yass) wero farewell* ed at St. Clement's Rectory. The Rev. G. E. Menlove spoke in highest terms of 'their work in connection with thp Church and regretted their depar ture from tlio parish. . On bcharf of the Choir ft© presented Miss Drum ruond with a Churolr Servicc beau tifully bound 'in suede, and Mrs. Drum mond, was presented with a bouquet. Mr. Edwards also spoke wishing Sergeant Drummond and his famiiy health and prosperity in -their ne.v home. Sergeant Drummond suitably responded. Miss Ruby Brown, head dressmaker at Mr. Rodda's establishment, at Young, has left the firm after 15 years' servlco to be marrie-J. The staff and employees presented her with a silver Jewel case. She was also eu tertained at a social in the P. and A. Hall on Wednesday night. Mr. E. G. Shftv*, accountant at tho Commercial Bank at Murrumburrah, who has been promoted to Dubbo, was presented with a gold watch antl...
Sydney Show THE DISTRICT EXHIBIT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 1 April 1915
Sydney Show I THE DISTRICT EXHIBIT. * i The Commonwealth District Socio ; ty s competition attracted only two en . trants. The Western District, with 733 -points came first, and tlio North Coast and Northern Rivers, with 55G pointV next. The Western District comprises tlio following societies: - Bathurs't, Bloyney, Bogati Gate, Cano* ; wmdra, Coonnmble, Coivra, Cudal, . Cumnock, Dubbo, Forbes, GHgandra, Gulgong, JVllUthorpe, Molong, Mud Ece, Narromine, Qberon, Orange, aPr kes, Peak Hill, Triinkey, Trundle. Wel lington.