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FRUIT FOR THE NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
FRUIT FOR THE NAVY. A correspondent to a city paper wri ting from Youus says:-"There la a movement on foot in Victoria to send apples to the navy. In Victoria they lravo a short crop, whereas we lmve had a full one. Could not the apple men combine, and send a tew cases? I From a smalT orchard ot young trees of late varieties one orchardlst at least will send a case or two, and will 1 undertake to try to Induce others to do I the same." The Cobar butchers have knocked off tho delivery of meat, and tho pub lic have now to go for their require ments to the shows. The cost of fod der, etc., combined with tho small vol ume of trade, fs safd to be responsible 1 for the change.
Cricket. COUNTRY TEAM IN SYONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Cricket. COUNTRY TEAM IN SYONEY. A District team representing Warn banumba C.C. played two watches in the city during the Easter holidays. In the first match they were defeated, owing to the long train ride, the night before, making them unfit Tor play. On Monday, however, they turned the tab* les, winning by a big margin. Scores: ULTIMO. First Innings. , O'Brien, b Hatter 0 Smith, hit on, b Hatter IX Houghton, c Farry, b Baker .. .,37 Kenvick,, c Murphy, b Hatter .... 0 j Heir, c Hampton, b Baker 45 | Eyres,c Hatter, b Stevenson .... 2 [ Sullivan, c Ferguson, b Baker ..... 3 Brown, c Wes't b Baker ........ 9 Freeman, not out 9 Murray, b Baker . 0 Rynn, thrown ou't 1 Sundries 12 Total 121 Bowling: Hatter, 3 for 32; Ferguson, 0 for S; Baker, 6 for 68; Stevens, 1 for 11. i WAMBANUMBA. J. Baker, b Smith 11 L. Murphy, b Smith 6 i E. West, b Smith 5 1 ft. Ferguson, b Smith .. .. .? .. - 0 G. Stevens, run out . .. i J. Rintoul, run out ..12 W. Farry, c Eyres, b Brown .... 3 T. West, d Hou...
Indiscreet Publican. SAID THE GERMANS WOULD WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Indiscreet Publican. SAID THE GERMANS WOULD WIN. I At the Cawra Licensing Court last : wce"k, Peter Links, a naturalised Brit ish (subject, who recently returned from Germany, applied for the transfer to liim of the license of the Imperial Hotel, Cowra. The application was opposed by Detective Moore, on be lialf of the military authorities. In tlio evidence a letter £rom Germany was read. In this the applicant said the Germans would win, and that he was sorry for the Australian contin gents going over. After the Bench had ejepreased an opinion against the application, dt was withdrawn. Links is very popular at Cowra, and much sympathy is expressed for him.
FISK JUBILEE SINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
FISK JUBILEE SINGERS. The l-'isk Jubilee Singers were gree- j ted with an exceptionally large and lenco on Tuesday night, when they ren dered an excellent, programme. There i was not a dull moment throughout and lc-:-nl play goers are looking forward id the return- visit which was promised by the management. The Jubilee Singers are just as popular with VoungUes. as or old, and their concert on this occasion was much apprecia ted.
Assisting the Belgians. FORBES FARMERS. ONE PER CENT. OF WHEAT YIELD ALLOTTED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Assisting tho Belgians. FORBES FARMERS. ONE PER CENT. OF WHEAT YIELD ALLOTTED. At the last meeting of the Forbes branch of the Farmers and Settlers' Association the President (Mr. Beas ley) moved that the farmers of New South Wales be asked, through the general secretary of the association, to devote at least one per cent, of next year's harvest to the Belgian relief Fund. The members present pled* ged themselves to devote at least 1 per cent of their next Wheat yield to tlie purpose. The liquid measure is: Two -pints * make one quart, 'four quarts make ono drunk, 4S hours make one sober. A very fine spirit Is beiug displayed by property owners in the Coonamble district to stock owners who are in trouble for-want of ifeed, and are for ced to put 'their stock on the road (says ! an exchange). Hardly one owner ro l fuses to allow another to water Ms j stock at a private tank or dam, and I many oblige to the extent of allowing I their fences to bo cut so that travell I ing sheep can re...
RED CROSS SLIPPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
RED CROSS SLIPPERS. Mrs. Metcalfe, lion, secretary, o£ the Ked Cross Soclcty, has received a spec ial letter of thanks for the hospital clippers made by the Young S&lt;nv:ng Circle. Tim slippers have. already been sent to the soldiers In Egypt, and n request has been forwarded for as ninny mere and as early as possible.
CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
CHANCE. Desplto the maxims taught us lit childhood, chance is an important fac tor In human affairs. A man's success or falluro may depend upon his hap pening to be in a particular place at a particular moment, or in catching a certain train or In missing It. Some peoplo .will read this paragraph, others will not. Those who do read It wll} acqulro Information which other/ will bo without Ufo Is a tragedy of circumstances. Many peo plo Buffer from common ailments such as rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, lum bago, backache, sciatica, blood dis orders, anaemia, indigestion, bilious ness, Jaundice, flick-headaohe, general ?irWUty, gravel, stono or bladder tr*ouhlos, who do not know that their suffering may bo duo to the retention In the system of uric and biliary pol %"Mis. Inefficient action of the Uld noys and liver causes such retention, purine the past thirty-flve years ?.rfatinent of the dlsordors named by Warner's Safe Curo Ttaa proved emi nently successful simply becauoo "War ner's S...
Open Column. This column is absolutely open to our readers to express their opinions. THE F. & S. ASSOCIATION AND THE LIBERAL PARTY. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Open Column. This column Is absolutely open to our readers to express tholr opinions. THE F. & S. ASSOCIATION AND THE LIBERAL PARTY. (To the Editor). The most important matter that will likely be dealt with at the next Farm era and Settlers' Conference in July will bo tho attitude of the above two bodies to each other. It can be taken for granted that there will be no backing down at tho next F. and S. Conforenco from the position clearly defined at the last. The formation of a country party in the present Par liament has rather contused matters, more especially as in Mr. Ball, the memiber for Corowa, the men on the land have had a good representative. Still there la no use denying this fact and Mr. Ball himself, 1 think, has ad mitted it, that the present Country Party in Parliament is a Party with in tho Liberal party. Now that was not what was carried last Conference, and this position must be faced. In the first place what has brought about the formations of the Farmers ...
THROWN FROM A SULKY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
THROWN FROM A SULKY. Miss Kutherford, of Mllong, whilst driving home on Wednesday lust had a very fortuna""e escape from a ser ious accident. She was driving down the hill at the 12 mite when* her horse stumbled In a watercourse which cau sed the sulky to overturn, throwing Miss Hutlierford out and breaking tlie jhaft of tho sulky. Miss Hutlierford pluckily hei.d on to the reins, and secured the horse. Luckily site es caped with minor bruises and slioclc.
Control of Racing. S.D.R.A. AND STIPENDIARY STEWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Control of Racing. 8.D.R.A. AND STIPENDIARY STEWARDS. "Riverina" writes to the NWigga Dally Advertiser as follows: Sir,-He the Herbie Ail Satin case and other matters of interest referred to by "Varraman" in the "Daily Adver tiser" of April 1st-If the bookmaker's complained about taking the race away arcm All S'atin, they undoubted ly thought they had valid reasons for doing so. The bookmakers contribute largo amounts of money to the S. 1). H. A., which no doubt is partly used for the paying of stipendiary oiilcials. Bookmakers are not supposed to be dum'b, and and have every right to express their opinions, especially if | they think they are being made the victims of peculiar circumstances. As the A'.l Satin case has not 'been tlnaUy dealt with, It is not fair to Mr. Devlin to comment on it at length. The trouble seems to have arisen through tho adjourning of the Inquiry, book maker's istate that, when tiie protest was lodged, backers desired to lay 4 to 1 on All Satin, aud after ...
LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
LICENSING COURT. At a special sitting of the Llcensvag Court, before Messrs. J. Korsytlio and C. Wright, J.'sP., the liceino of '.ho Albion Hotel, Young, was tmnyCcrred from Peter Waldron, to Stanley Gordon Jeffries (late' of Warialda). . The re newal of Edward Castledice's Oakvaio hotel was granted.
CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
CURRENT NEWS. ;!, The Burrangong. Shiro Council moetb to-morrow. , . Among receipts for the National Bel Sinn Fund, Messrs. lieavis and Hunter, hon. secretaries, acknowledge receipt ct £33 from residents of Bendlck Mor rel,« At the yearling sales at Randwlck, yesterday, Mr. F. H. Tout, of Warn fcanum'J.i, purchased a chestnut filiyby-, Malstcr-Molly Dcn-ohue (imp.), by,1 Tnnsinciaher, fcr 11)0 guineas, from Mr. William Thompson of Scono. Tho butts In connc'i i;c;i vith the motor car art union, together with tin* sold tickets (if nny) should be return ed 10 cither the Mayor cr Mrs. Met calfe as early or, possible. U* noon as all the butts arc roturni-d, t'le duto'of the concert and drawing will bo an nounced. The proceeds arc to be devoted to the upkeep of the HnreficM Convalescent Home in Dnglani, placed at the disposal of the Australians j wcunded in action, by, Mr. C. BHlyara-1 Leake, of Clifton, Young. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Ctwt* « W««tier cannot affect ilia condilico of "CHAMPION.** r Q Eetrg tscftJ 2 m. Tin GUARANTEED-Uhg TESTED UNDER PRESSURE. CHAMPION TOBACCO A"^THr A Draft of Fats When your next lot is reajy, order trucks through Winchconnfoe, Carson Limited from whom your stock will.gvt export and careful.handling, and you will receive highest market values Winchcombe, Carson find themselves with an ever-incroasing army of customers This result has only been achieved by close attention to owners' interests und by making good sales. Consign Stock: Winchcombo, Carson, FlcmJneton. Anthony Hordems' for TEe Winter Fashions 111 II! ANTHONY HORDERNS' Winter Fashion ** Book faithfully presents every phase of the prevailing Modes. The illustrations show the latest styles in Costumes, Coats, Reception Gowns, and diinry Evening Dresses, as well as smart and stylish Coats. Skirts and Blouses. The pages set apart for Millinery depict the-newest, creations for Maid and Matron, and there are many pages. devoted...
DISTRICT NEWS. HARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
DISTRICT NEWS. HARDEN. (Prom our own correspondent). Slnco tho last, rain farmers have i "been jubilant.. If It had come two weeks earlier, It would have been bet tor; as it is, ft has been most wcl como. Tho ground is In good order for ploughing and as all horses havo had to bo stablo fed, owing to tho scar city of grass, good work Is now being done, in getting the new crop in-. Tho matter that troubles farmers Is, : whether to sow largely of hay or grain j ?wheats. This district is essentially n grain district, and Federation has been the general crop. But for hay It is tho worst to sow. As it has been decided that our State Government have the right to seize wheat and put their own price on I.t farmers- are in ; a quandary. While tho Government j have tho snmo power with hay, it has j not been put into force. Wheat comes .more prominently beforo the public, as its . price rulos that, if a loaf of (bread, and with a Government in pow er whose existence largely depends : on placati...
A MYSTERIOUS CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
I A MYSTERIOUS CLiOCK. Thero Is. a mysterious clock on view In ono of Johnson and Grafton's win* down, and although it- lo made up of only a face and pair ofhands it keeps corrcct time. If tlio'hands are turn ed around they will fly back to the I correct time. Altogether It Is a mys I terlous affair, and well worth a visit of inspection. These clocks are at [ present causing much Interest in many of the leading shop windows In Syd . ney.
Gowra Races. RED TAPE WINS HANDICAP. PRECISION WINS BELUBULA HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Gowra Races. RED TAPE WINS HANDICAP.. PRECISION WINS BELUBLLA HAN DICAP. There was a good attendance at the Cowra JSaqter menng whi«*.h opened on Easter Monday and continued on Tuesday. Re.mlt i: -- Belutrala Handicap, 5 furlongs. - Precision,- 9.2 (Keir), .1; Jshal, l'-10 (Higgins), 2; Ruenalt, 8.10 »Fielu). S. Only starters. Bnttiaij: G to 4 Uuen alt, and Isbal; 2 to 1 Precision. Hon by a length and i Tlmo l.lot.. Lacblan Handicap, G furlongs-Dcr ebin, 8.3 (Field), J; tfoid. lies*, 7.5 (Griffiths), 2; Sylimra, Ji.G (tycHisgfc) 3. Other starts: Iannl S.S, Torton 7.3, King's Command 7.6. netting: 2 to 1 Iambi, and Sytouccn, 4 to 1 Dere bin and Gold Ileus, 10 to 1 Purton and King's Command. Won by half a length, two length* separating second and-third. Time 1.183. ' Mulyan Handicap, 7 furlongs. -The White Knight, 9.0 (Field), 1; Royal Colors, S.12 (Stanmore), 2; Boomalli, 9.2 .(Johnson), 3. Other starters: Su key 9.2, Sir Major 8.10, Patchtop 3.6, Hclro 8.0, Otiway 8.0, Phobos 7.11, ...
Gowra Pony Races. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Gowra Pony Races. The Cowra Pony Club held a meet ing on Uio'Cowrn'racecourse on Wed nesday. Results:-. Flying Handicap, 14 hands a.u., 4 .furlongs.-Llvere'tte, 8.4 (McHugh), Lady Argonetto 7.? (Rcid), 2. Other starters: Poarl Thimble, Inez, Tamago. Time 512. Trial Stakes, 14.2 a.u.-Gold Bolt, 9.2 (Gibbons), 1; Many Colors, 8.3 (Pop lin), 2; May (Bi'ake), 3. Other star ters: Mira, Alphensine, ThJalfle, Kel tic, Goldenette. Time C1J. Easter Handicap, 14.2 a.u., 4 fur longs.-Maid of All Work, 9.3 (Blake) 1; Smith!to\vn, 9.G (Field), 2; Mary Kelp, 7.2 (Poplin), 3. Only starters-. Time 51J. 1 Cowra Pony-Handicap, 14,2 a.u.,'6. furlongs.-Pearl Thimble, 8.12 (Field) 1; Inez, 8.0 (Pratt), 2. Other starters: Tho Fawn, Liverette, Jansen, Go'd Bolt, Lady Argonette. Time 64}. District Handicap, 14.2 a.u., 4 fur longs.--Many Colors, 8.3 (Blake), 1; Maid of All Work, 9.10 (Dohorty), 2. Smithtmvn and Thialflo also started. Time Blsecs. Farewell Handicap, 14.2 a.u.), 4 fur longs.-Jansen 8.10 (Fiel...