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Health of the Town. SANITARY INSPECTOR'S REPORT. CARS PLYING FOR HIRE WITHOUT LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Health of the ,Town. SANITARY INSPECTOR'S REPORT. OARS PLYING FOR HIRE WITH OUT LICENSE. Mr. T. Bleasdale, sanitary Inspec tor, reported to the Municipal Coun cil last night as follows: Town and Depot have been inspect ed, and both found in a clean and satisfactory condition. One cask of disinfectant ie required for flushing purposes. One case of scarlet fever has been reported from within the Municipality, two cases of diphtheria, and five cas es of typhoid have come into the !o .cal hospital for treatment from the surrounding district. On Easter Monday twelve samples of milk were taken and forwarded to Sydney that night for analysis. The injector at the depot is leaking and requires repairing. Several dair ies havo been inspected, and all found clean and up to the standard. On Easter Monday one motor car was plying for hire without a license, and I have to recommend that the drU ver of the car and the car owners be 1 .prosecuted, for so doing, as both were notified that their lice...
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
. POLICE .COURT;' At the Young Police Court on Tues day, beforo Mr. R.vW.- Collins, Albert Wchollsand Arthur. Ritchie, charged with behaving in a rlotous manner on Easter' Monday at the Show ground. Constable Ilyan stated that the defen ders were requested to cease fight ing, but:they refused to do so. He then arrested them. Each, defendant was fined £2 and-Ritchie was allowed 14 d&ya to pay, . ^
Belguim Relief Fund. YOUNG DISTRICT COLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Belguim Relief Fund. YOUNG DISTRICT COLLECTIONS. The lion, ^.treasurer reports having' received the'following contributions: Young P. and A. Association 10 0 0 Young Co-operative Flour Mill Coy 10 0 0 Young Turf Glut), first con* tributlon 6 0-0 Mr. J. Aston 0 10 .6 Dr. Dowling «. , .6 0 .0, Lady Collectors, Young .. 26 17 1 Tubbul collections per Mrs. B. Gordon 12 19 ,0 Tubbul collections per Mrs. . . , Braddon / 2 18 6 Thiiddungra Bland Church ' ' : , per Mrs. Tledcmau .. .. 10 5 3. Memagong, per Mrs. Brawn© . 3 12. 0 Winde-mere, per Lady Cun nlnghame 110 0, Marengo Flats, per Mrs. Kearlns 1 4 0 Marengo Flats collections subscribed by Mr. Cartwrlght 2/6, Stewart 2/6, P. Kearins 5/, D. Kearlns 2/6, H. Ligue 2/6, H. Hamilton l/» Grueber 1/, P. Kearius 1/, P. Kearins 5/, J. Cullen 1/. "Windemere Collections subscribed -by Thos. Crowe 2/6, M. Lpng 2/0, A. Luage 2/6, J. Crowe 2/6, J. Davis 2/6, H. Collit 2/6, J. Cummins 2/6, F. Weatherman 2/6, Sir WiF., Cunning hame 10/.
RAIN CANCELS TRUCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
RAIN CANCEL^ TRUCKS. I ] The rainfall experienced . In many ! I parts of the country has evidently re lieved the situation for stock owners. ? Winchcomhe, Carson, Utd., report that I many truck orders for tho carriage of I sheep and cattle to Homebush have ; been cancelled. Supplies at the Met rcpalltan -market in the near future will-suffer ln'ccnsequonca but this will I not prove an altogether unmixed bless* I ing. In -common with all other buy I ers of pastoral products stock ship 1 pers are at present finding difficulty in securing freights. A curtailment of offering!! at the yards will give some relief, and also enable operators to clear Sydney cold stores which are at present congested.
COMMERCIAL FRIDAY, APRIL 9th. WHOLESALE BUYING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
COMMERCIAL FRIDAY, NL'RIL OTH. WHOLESALE BUYING PKICKS. Wheat 5/. per busho). Chaff, £ff 10/ to £7 10/ per ton. Oats, 4/ per bushel. Sheepskins, 3d to 8&d per lb. ' Hides, Gd to 5&d per lb. Kabblt Skins, 2Jd per lb. Tallow, 5/por tin. YOUNG RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. .Butter (factory), 1/4 por lb. Eggs, 1/3 per lozen. Jtacon (piece) 1/3; rashes 1/4. per lb i Bran. 1/9 per bushel. I Pollard, 1/10 bushel. 1 Chaff, £10 per ton.'
C. JOHN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
C. JOHN'S CHURCH. f Next Sunday will be observed as a I day of Intercession for our sailors and soldiers and the issue of the war. Special music will be rendered and at night in addition to the antliem, two soles from the Messiah will be sung. The address at Evensong will bo on "Is it -worth while?" A cordial invi tation is issued to uil, and any wishing their offerings specially appropriated to any War Fund, if they will put them In an envelope with the Fund marked cn It, the-Wardens will.undertake to see that it. reaches its proper destln* j ation. The address at the morning | service will be osp the subject "A War i of Ideals." I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
GORDON & GARL1NG -SOLICTOR S.~ LYNCH STREET. YOUNG. Koornwatha visited overy Saturday. Murrumburrnh, Hardon and other centres by appointment. Special consideration given to Land Doard matters. Money to Lend o~. all classes of se curity In large or small sums.
Municipality of Young. COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Municipality of Young. COUNCIL MEETING. The usual fortnightly meeting of tho Municipal Council was held last night. Present: Tho Mayor (Aid. L. R. Tiernoy), Aid. W. J. Hills, J. Rln toul, P. Beard, S. Ronnie, T, ,H. Cooke, and G. S. Whiteman. » The Public Works Committoo in ro Ply to .Jpuncil'j letter of iiie 26th "March, stated that in conection with the renewal of tho lighting plant tho Council's request could not be acced ed to. The request was that Mr. Corin be allowed to supervise tho er ection of the plant. Two tenders were received for tho supply of flrowood, viz., James Pear* son at 18/ per cord; James Slavin, 12s 6d per ton. Mr. 0. W. Carfcwright, caretaker of tho cemetery aSked if tho Council would aliens- their employees to ie asphalt the main path- in S. Mary's cemetery, which wanted repairing. The request was made to tho Council, be cause there was no ono in town to carry out tho work. Mr. Cartwrlght stated ho would bo responsible for the payment of the amount charged 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Motions in Tailoring BY ? . Few Men aro alike in build, »v Fewer still allko In taste. ";7 THAT'S WHY ORIGINALITY: COUNTS IN TAILORINQ.V-:-V: \ >>. *- ' The man who slavlnhly follows fash ion plates can novorjilease the dfctinc^ tiro dresser. Mind you-thoro aro many Tailors teal good workmen-who cannot or* Iginato. The HUSTLERS' can, and do take a prldo 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 botterment in Tono and Stylo. Suro-it is! Well then let's get together next timo you want a Nw Suit, End between us we'll produce a real top-notcber for you. Won't cost you any more-not a cent. That'e the strong point of HUSTLER Borrlce. Our Specialty Sult-to-Measuro in any Matorlal 63/. Othors at 65/ to 75/-no need to go hlcher for you cannot get better ma terials. THE HUSTLERS 53ATTERY HATTERS TO MEN WHO KflOW. We are making a special display of Men's Hats-Smart, Stylcful Hats, all colors, right up t...
Sports at Yannawah. A HUGE SUCCESS. ALMOST £100 REALISED FOR THE BELGIAN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Sports at Yannawah. A HUGE SUCCESS. ALMOST £100 REALISED FOR THE BELGIAN FUND. The aquatic sports hold at'Yanna ?wall on Saturday last were success* Jul beyond tho wildest dreamB of the promoters. They had aimed at raising £50 for the Belgian. Fund, but so mag nificent was the respdnso .from the general public that when all amounts are received, the total realised will be in very close proximity to £100. This is a splndid achievement, and the pro* moters deserve all the praise that is possible to bestow upon them for .the manner in which they organised and carried out tho event. Yannawah is not a populous centre by any means and tho raising of- such a sum as was secured last Saturday is all the more creditable. It only goes to show *\vhat can bo done when all work to gether for a common end. When thi3 1b bo, success must follow. Tho attendance must have been in tho vicinity of 400, and included about 30 .motor cars, which took up positions round the water, forming a "grand stand" fo...
Sacred Heart Hospital. BAZAAR IN SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Sacred Heart Hospital. BAZAAR IN SEPTEMBER, The management of the-abovo insti tution are not discouraged by the ad verse seasons or the depressing effects of tho >var, but are taking tlmo by | tlio forelock and are organising a bazaar during show woek to reduce , the debt remaining on that grand in etltution, -which la one., of tho land marks of our town, /in past yoars bazaars in aid of tho Sacred . Heart Hospital wfcro successful beyond all expectation, and as there are always a band of willing workers wo ceo no reason to fear that a proportionate result will bo achieved this time, and porhap3 leavo that institution free of debt, aud able to carry on. its grand work of bonoflcence, without helping to build up tho dividends..of, banking companies,. ' "
Thuddungra News. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Thuddungra News. (From a Correspondent). The annual meeting of the Thuddun gra F, and S. Association was bold last week in the Thuddungra hall. Ofil cers elected' as follows for the ensu ing year:«- President, Mr., J. C. Kleetn (re-elected); Vice-Presidents, Messrs. J. Stewart and G. S. Mc Dachlan; H&lt;on. Sec. and Treasurer, Mr. C. I. Pateman. It was resolved to elect delegates to attend the Con ference In Sydney, and .for the district meeting at a future meeting. The treasurer's statement showed a balance of £4 13s Id in the general account, and £1 3s 4d in the election- j eerlng fund. Subscription was fixed at the same a9 last year, via., 7/6.
A BRILLIANT METEOR. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
A BRILLIANT METEOR. Shortly before 10 o'clock last night i meteor or exceptional brilliancy was sbserved in the wostern sky. Those who witnessed the terrestrial visitor ;:ate that It first appeared as a huso ball of fire, then traversing the. heav ens leaving a tail of light which re mnfood for some minutes after the natcor disappeared. It was a most brilliant sight.
Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Wheat. Tho following are the number of bags of wheat dispatched from tho 1 various stations during week ended March 27th.-Wallendbeen 460 bags, Stockinbingal 156, Tomora 2330, Gal- > ong 131, Cunningar 154, Wattamondara 424, Greenethonpo 207, Grenfeli 203, Canowindra 1400. Tho following show tho number of ibags of wheat stacked at stations dur ing tho same period:-Wallendbeen GOG bags, Gundagai 370, Stockinbingal 1GG0, Temora 22G5, Wyal'ong 3000, Ar dlethan 573, Binalong 100, Burrowa 22,759, Wattamondara 249, Grenfeli 4000, Canowlndra 2895.
GOING TO THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
GOING TO THE. WAR. r, I/nst night In the Oddfellows' Hall Privates Alfred Carniiclinel, Prothero, ..id Uom White, all woll-known local boys, were entertained at a farewell 3coUil by a host .of friends prior to .heir departure with the 5th .Reinforce ments, Third Battalion, for service at the war. A very enjoyable time .vas spent by a large ajsemblage, danc 1ns being Indulged In till the small iicujs, the music for which was sup pUed by Mrs. C. Up:o:u Choice light .efreihmuUu were supplied at mid night. Tiia departing soldiers leave .'cui;-:-: by to-night's train aud we Join n wishing them a safe return. Prlv ? n mj uiui LJilia also leave with Kif.h Reinforcements.