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Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

Red Gross At the meeting held on Friday after noon.in Phoenix Itooni, Town HulJ, Mrs. Tlerney, presided. Twelve mem bers of- the committee were present. The resignation of Mrs. Sale as lion, treasurer was accepted with regret. Mrs. Sale resigned as she could not devote sufficient time to the work. Mrs. Tester was appointed as liou. Treasurer to assIst-Mra. Metcalfe who was also to act as hon.secretary and lion, treasurer. Some small accounts for materials were passed for pay raent, and after some discussion It was decided to act upon Dr. Flasclii's suggestion to the lion, secretary, when she was In Sydney, and write to some of the neighboring towns asking them to join with Young branch in purchas ing and presening an up-to-date motor car ambulance for use of the Austra lian troops, at a cost of about £660. £125 from Young was forwarded to the hon. treasurer. Mr. Wilfred Docker as a first instalment towards an tfm bulunce from country towns. £50 of the above was already 'earmarked' b...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

VISIONS OF WEALTH. visit us all, at times, but are not likely to come true without the good healtlt which will enable as to rrrasp the wealth that continual striving brings. Nothing Is so sura to pull down the vitality as the constant Colds, Coughs, and Catarrh, which afflict so many people, nnd nothing will so surely pre vent those weakening diseases as Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds, that remarkable curative medicine for nil disorders of the Nose, Throat and Lungs. This new scien tific specific is unsurpassed. It will quickly relieve the most obstin ate Coughs the worst cases of Hoarse ness, Sore Throat, or Catarrhal dis charge from the eyes or uose. It is guaranteed. Try It. Price 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at W. P. Weed* en's. YOUNG TURF CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. rPHB ANNUAL MEETING of MEM A I3ERS of the YOUNG TURF CLUB will be held at Cotnorford's AUSTRALIAN HOTEL, on MONDAY, JANUARY 18th, 1915, at S p.m. BUSINESS: To Receive Annual Report and Bal ance Sheet. To Elect ...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SNAKE AND KITTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

SNAKE AND KITTEN. Mr. T. Rainey had nn encounter with u carpet snake the other morning at CofTs Hnrbour. On opening the feed shed nt the Recreation Ground, he saw a carpet snake in the net of swallowing a kitten, and hanging from one of the rafters, Mr. Rainey attack ed the snake with a broom, but the roptile escaped.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOUNG RETAIL PRICKS CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

YOUNG RETAIL PRICKS CUIllUSNT. Duller, 1/2 per lb. Dairy Butter, 1/- per lb. Kggs, Od per dozen. Bacou, 1/2 per lb. Brau, 1/8 per bushel. I'ollnrd, 1/S per bushel.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH FROM POISONED HEEL. RUBBING OF A NEW BOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

DEATH FROM .POISONED HEEL. RUBBING OP A NEW liOOT. William Cecil Trembath, 8 years and 10-months old, on Boxing day, at Punchbowl* complained oC his boots hurting him. His right heel blister ed, and he was taken to a doctor. On the 2nd Inat., he was attacked by vom iting and pains in the stomach, and he died next day. The City Coroner Mr, S. Hawkins) on Monday held an Inquiry, and round that the boy's death was caused by poisoning from a septic wound, which was accidental ly caused by the rubbing of a new boot.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE MARKET. WHOLESALE BUYING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

COMMERCIAL. 'produce MARKET. WHOLESALE BUYING J'JilC Whoat 5/ per bushel. Chaff, £4 25s to £5 per ton. Oats, 3B per bushel. Sheep Skins, 4d per !b. Hides, 4d to 4Jd per lb. Knbbit Skins, 2Jd per lb. Tallow, 3/(> per tin.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OVER A CUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

OVER A CUTTING. Messrs. M. and It Hughes and Miss | Chesterfield were the victims of a driving accident while on their way to Molong in a buggy. As the horse was not shod the metalled centre of the road was avoided as much as pos sible, with the result that the vehicle fell foul of a cutting and capsized.' The occupants were severely bruised and Miss Chesterfield and Mr. M. Hughes sustained other injuries, re quiring attention at a private hospital..

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROTEST OF FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

PROTEST OF FARMERS. A large and representative mooting of farmers was held In the School of Arts, Cowra, on Saturday afternoon to dlscusB the Wheat Acquisition Act, and protest against the Government's action in seizing wheat, it was re solved that tho Wheat Acquisition Board bo asked to extend the date for sending in claims until 31st Inst. A list was opened in the room towards bearing the expense of engaging coun sel to appear on behalf of the Farm ers and Settlers' -Association in tho test wheat case, when £30 was collec ted, and several collectors were ap pointed to 'cunvass the district for tho same object, A motion \vas also carried to the effect that the meeting doplores the action of large companies acting as agents under the Wheat Ac quisition Act, At the Cowra Police Court last Thursday, Christina Daly was charged with uttering to Catherine Steering, a gilded six-pence in lieu of a half-sov ereign.* Defendant reserved her de-| fonce and was committed to take her trial at t...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

GORDON 1 GARLING -S OL I CTOR S. LYNCH STREET. YOUNG. Koorawatha visited every Saturday. Murnunburrah, Harden and other ucntrcs by appointmont. Special consideration given to Land Board matters. Money to Lend on all classes of se curity in lurge or small sums. DENTAL NOTICE. "IfR. J. I\ CUNNINGHAM, has now .kU RESUMED PRACTICE at his Rooms, Cunich's Buildings. Lynch St.. -Young.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAND TAX RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

LAND TAX RETURNS. 11 hi notified by the Deputy Commi'v sioner oC Land Tux (Mr. A. 1*\ Twine I that persons and companies who, oil June oOth, 1914, were lessees from the Crown of land under various classes of tenure, tho unimproved value of their estate in which amounts in it* sell* to nooo, or, when aggregated with other interests in land, exceeds that value, are required to make returns ni respect of uuch leases for taxation purposes, on or before January 30th.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brave Heart NOTED COUNTRY RACEHORSE. STORY OF HIS CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

Brave Heart NOTED COUNTRY RACEHORSE. STORY OP HIS CAKKER. By carrying 10.2, airl winning a raco at Gllgandru Tv.i-i j'.ly, rirave Hw»r: lias shown that lie is not yet a back number. There was a time wheu tills horse gave great promise, and big things were expected of him, but the best hopes were never realised. Nev ertheless, he put up some excellent performances, and his great race at Forbes a few years ago, when he de 1'eated the red-hot favorite Troon, in a Plying Handicap, here, is still fresh in the memories of lots of local sports. Troon was reckoned such a choice tiling for the race that the stable con* nections wagered £400 on it. Brave Heart never left the race In doubt, and won easily, carving out the six furlongs in -1.14:1. Bred by Mr. A. J. Reymoud, of Forbes, Brave Heart, is by Senuria, out of Flagon. When lirst brought in he was three year old. He was of fered for sale at Weaver aud Co.'s yards, but failed to reach the reserve of £25 which was placed on him. Char lie ...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DUBBO-YOUNG MOTOR CAR TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

DUBBO-YOUNG MOTOR OAR TEST. Tli^-Vlay of hi;jh cost in motor <.:*r travelling has pu*t, juilgctl liy the Duhlio-Vouti^ ntn hy the t'aumu* Mum* herette, --seater cur (costing £I1M)), j'nr the distance of JOT miles w;t> <|<Mie in S hours running timo on "J gallons of btMi/.ino, which works out at a little over 51 miles per gallon. .Seeiht; that tho llumborette will nui approximately .100(1 miles on a set of tyres ri»sfing £10 12s., and ou u gallon ot' luhrirnting oil costing; Hs. approximately _m> mi!e«. tho cost on this trip, reckoning heavy brnzinc at Is 0*1. per gallon, wnrl;* out #at Imrely JA«l. per mile. The agents, Tho Motor ilouso Ltd., Itulfour St., Syducy, guarantee tho foregoing.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A. SAUNDERS' CATALOGUE, [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

SAUNDERS' CATALOGUE, Wo are in recoipt from Mr. A. Saun* dors-Australia's Greatest Jeweller" his newly published catalogue oC high class jewellery. This book impress es one by reason of its handsome up* pearanco and great variety of beautiful selections It contains, indicative (but by no means comprehending) of the largest, most varlod, and up*to>date selection of flrst class jewellery de* signs In Australasia, at the most mod* ornto prices.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

FELL IN LOVE WITH IT And BOUGHT IT STRAIGHT AWAY. WHAT ELSE ! HUT A F0EF® Gm Touring" £210. - liunaboiit £190. Sydney Prices. THE Young Motor and Engineering Works, Ltd. The Only Ford Depot. Extraordinary Reductions in Summer Costumes at Learmont's French Cambric Costumes, up-to-date in style and thoroughly well made, 7/6. 10/6, 12/6. Your pick now for 5/11. Two only White Mjslin Costumes, beautifully trimmed with Swiss Embroidery and Insertion. Usual price 30/-, now 10/ Tussorette Costumes, splendid wearing and washing, 19/6, 22/6. Clearing at 10,6 each. White Linen Skirts, 10,6, 12/9, 14 6 Now 6/6,9,3. 10 6, Cream Sicilian Skirts, 811, 10/6. Now till. Our Millinery Department la Now Offering Bargains Extraordinary in Trimmed and Untrimmed Models. A rare opportunity of securing a nice becoming hat at our present time Special Low Prices. Remnants being cleared in all departments. Joseph Learmont, CHEAPSIDE, The Store of Bedrock Prices THONE ,23 YOUNG Important to Farmers. Tlie New M...

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Fighting for Life. EVERYTHING IN THE SCALE. NO BRITISHER DARE FLINCH. LORD HALDANE'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

) Fighting for Life. I . -« EVERYTHING IN THE SCALE. xo nnmsHwt dauk kunuh. HAINAN' S ;> KlWi» MICNT. When the HOUHC of Lords met on Friday Lord AUddletou greeted the re I presentative of the .Minister with a I number of questions regarding :hc war and tlie recruiting for ine new Lord Kitchener was al'.sont, owh:g to the pressure of unvu! hu.i.ue.ss at the War oflice. Lord Middlotou dec! i -«;J '.hat She gaps i« tile iiJl'on;;:?ii'/n /».;<{;<? jih.;? the war given to the public should ».» .ill ed up. Jtetice:iv:<j couM ho carried too far. He desired to learn what part the lJritish forces could take in the future operations of Kurope, and what steps the Government intended to take to ensure the sending of con stant reinforcements to the front? He also desired to know the number of recruits to the army ami the number of desertions that hud taken place. The ISarl of .Mayo compared the at titude of the Government in relation to the war with Hs policy ...

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SPORTING. MURRUMBURRAH PONY RACES. WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

SPORTING. MURRUMBURRAH PONY RACES. WEIGHTS. Opening Handicap, 14.2 a.u., £10, 4J furlongs;-Qoldenmore 11.4, Hoy Queen 10.7, Speedy Meg 0.0, Modonga. S.10, The Fawn 8,3, Borroxvmore 7.12, Ml. Uivlnlu 7.10, Lunago 7.9, Drop scene 7.0. Trial Stakes, 14.2 a.u., £8; 4 fur* Jongs.-Uomnvniore 3.0, Toy Girl S.7, Amberite 8.0, Little Vera 8.0, Achieve S.0, Dropscene 7.11, Hell 7.10, Gold Bolt 7.1). M.P.R.C. Hundlcap, 14.2 a.u., £15; 5 furlongs.-Goldenmoro 11.4, Modon* no 7.10, The Pawn 7.3, Mt. Lavlnia 7.10. Little Vera 7.U, Dropacene 7.0. Fourteen-one Handicap, 14.1 a.u.; i'iO; -1 urlouss. -Hoy Queen 11.7, Speedy Meg 10.0, The Fawn 9.3, Tarn* pa 9.0, Toy Girl 8.4, Amberite 7.10, Achieve 7.10, Manilla 7.0. Farewell Handicap, 14.2 a.u., £10; 4 furlongs.-Speedy Meg 9.6, Modongo {'.2, Tampa S.G, Muld of All Work 8.6, liorrowmore 8.4, Lunago 8.1, Gold Holt, 7.13, Toy Girl 7.11, Amberite 7.4, Little Vera 7.4, Achieve 7.4, Bell 7.4, Dropscene 7.2. The following are the handicaps for the Trotting l...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY WEEK CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

COUNTRY WEEK CARNIVAL. The Country Week Carnival of the New South Wales Tennis Association was continued yosterday morning at the Double r>jy Courts. Results: MEN'S TEAM MATCHES-Division I. CURRAWANG V. BATHURST. Moodie and Edwards v. Blbbes end Colyer, 2-6, 2-6. Moodie and Eduyirds v. Smith und Hennock, C-}, 5-6. ' Browning and Slomnn v. Gillies and Colyer, 64, 5-6. Browning and Sioman v. Smith and « Hennock, 6-4, 6-5. I Currawang won by 4 sets 41 games to 4 sets 38 games. Division II. ARMIDALE v. COWRA. Stevenson and Powderley v. Taylor and Rickman, 4*6, 6-2. Retty and Freudenstein v. Taylor and Rickman, 4-0, 3-G. Retty and Freudenstein v. Flnlayson and Parker, 2-C, 0-6. Stevenson and Powderley v. Fin* layson and Parker, 5-6, 2-6. Armidale won by 7 sets 14 games to 1 set 26 games. WYCHITELLA v. BLAND. G. A. and J. Matchett v. McNnmara and Conn, 6~i, 6-3. Matchett and Murpliy v. Caldwell and Powderley, 3-6, 1*6. . Matchett and Murphy v. McNamara and Conn, 2-G, C*4. G. A. and J. ...

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"Tin Pot Meetings." INDIGNANT FARMERS. RESOLUTION OF PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

! "Tin Pot Meetings." : INDIGNANT FARMERS. RESOLUTION OF PROTEST. During the meeting of farmers this morning- ! Aid, Whlteniau moved "That this1 meeting of farmers held at Young pro tests ngafnst the insults offered to far* mers gatherings by the Hon. Fred I Flowers in Parliament when he des- j cribed thorn as "tin-pot' "and wishes to add that though in numbers the pro-1 ducers may be less than the dwellers in towns and cities, stlil we venture to | say that its successful results ot their labors is of primary importance in securing the prosperity of N. S. Wales. He was arraid that the seutl- j ments expressed was only the echo . of what the people of Sydney thought! of the farmers. All wealth enrae from the soil, and they in Sydney thought they were the producers of the wealth,' whilst in reality they only'exclmnged . Mr. Frater-"As a tin-pot farmer-I will second that resolution. ! The resolution was carried unani- i 'mously. ,

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Attempted Murder and Suicide SOUTH MELBOURNE SENSATION. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

Attempted Murder and Suicide SOUTH MELBOURNE SENSATION. MELBOURNE. Tuesday. John Allan (45) a wharf laborer, quarrellol with hjs landlady, Isabelle Lawson (46) at South Melbourne yes terday, and then shot her In the chest. The wound Is not serious. Allan then suicided by shooting himself In the mouth. Lawson's explanation Is that he wanted to marry her and All the "Blue MOOD" music at i'al tags, opposite Scbort of Arte.

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Panama Exposition AUSTRALIAN REPRESENTATION, [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 January 1915

Panama Exposition j AUSTRALIAN REPRESENTATION, Mr. Nell yen's suggestion to with draw from the' Panama Exposition was considered by the Inter-State Com mission, including representatives from N. S. Wales, Victoria, and Queensland, it refused unanimously.

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