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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Qiir First Deliveries OF WINTER GOODS Include some Very Smart, Stylish Effects in Ladies' Coats, Astra'chan, Carracul, Sealette, and. Blanket Tweeds. Among these are a' number of ENGLISH SAMPLES, all very distinctive. Prices range from 27/6 to 86/. Tweed and Serge Coats and Skirts The PLEATED TUNICS in these aro smart, and th& materials really serviceable. This applies more especially to those at 60/ to 90/. One little JOB LINE of BLUE SERGE ONE-PIECE COSTUMES we have bought at a ridiculous price. They are WORTH 25/, hut we can do them at 12/6, owing to their having buttoned backs. In DRESS GOODS we have a number of SINGLE-COSTUME LENGTHS in new and effoctlvo designs. Our CREPEVDE-CHII^. HYTATIAS, ATH BNIAS, SERGES, and IRISH TWEEDS are excellent. Tor HOUSEHOLD NEEDS we are glad to be able to report a full sup* .ply of FLANNELS and BLANKETS, also special value in Fringed Travell ing Rugs. Your Special Attention is reqaerted&lt;to'a Big Line of GOLF FLANNEL ETTES (Lig...
CADETS' UNIFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
CADETS' UNIFORM. District Order No.' 23 issued this month, warns cadets of their liability to heavy fines for wearing boots, shirts or other military equlppagc, when not on duty. Military authorities consid er that Indiscriminate wearing of uni form Is likely to bring contempt upon it. Staff officers, military police, and the provost staff have received instruc tions to report all such breaches to the authorities and prosecutions will fol low.
SPORTING Death of Weelong. RACEHORSE DROPS DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
SPORTING Death of V/eelong. .RACEHORSE DROPS DEAD. .Mr. W. C. Ellerman's- br g We&lt;3l ong, dropped 'dead whilst exercising on the Young racccourse last FriJuy morning. Weelong was being ridden by Mr. Bort Chew, in a six furlonj? gallop and was just coming oft the hill when ho staggered. Mr. Chow managed to keep h'.ra together, how ever, and had reached the finishing post when ho dropped. Death fol lowed in a few seconds. The hard ness of tho track Is thought to haye contributed to the cause of &lt;IeatI», whi h in all probability was tho burst ing of a blood vessel in tho reglo.i of tho heart, as the animal bled prolus^ ly. Weelong was bred by Mr. W. Yeomans.of Arramagong, and was six years old. Ho- was secured by Mr. Ellorman about 12 months ago, bat his short racing career only really commencod a couplo of months ago, when he won the Maiden Plato and tho Trial 'Stakes at Bendick Morrell annual meeting. The next win was at Hampstead, when he won tho Hamp stead Pic...
A Proposed Farmers' Co-Operative Shipping Co. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
A Proposed Farmers' Go Operative Shipping Co. Our readers are aware that at a public meeting of farmers held at Har den some time ago In dealihg with the Wheat Acquisition Bill, a resolution .was unanimously carried that the time was opportune to form a company for the purpose of shipping direct to the consuming centres of England of wheat and other produce. Mr. Rob ert Gibson the hon. secretary of Mur rumburrah branch has written us, that ho has received many favorable replies from branches in the wheat growing districts that his branch will send on a resolution to the general conference, so that the whole question can be dis cussed there. It is recognised that by united action on the part of pro ducers generally, a success can be made-of this scheme. Aiid that con fidence can be better created, in the .minds of our farmers and graziers when anything done is done openly. And no hole nor corner business. For the information of branches in this district, we give this information. Mr....
Boxing Championship. JACK JOHNSON DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Boxing Championship. JACK JOHNSON DEFEATED. Arter a champfou£>blp lasting for six years Jack Johnson was knocked out by Jess Willard at Havana, on April 8th. The contest occupied 26 rounds, ?when tho black champion was count ed out. A crowd ot 15,000 was PTO sent. The day broke dull, but the sun was shining brightly- when the contest commenced. Both men wero greeted with prolonged applause. Tho ovont was postponed for half an hour owing to tho officials forgetting tho gong. Tho fight was remarkable for tho staying power shown by Willard, ?while Johnson was apparently going strong up to tho 18th. round. "Wil lard then began to gain tho ascenden cy. Rounds 21, 22, 23, and 24 degen erated Into a slow punching tight, in which thero was little apparent effect achieved. In round 25 both wore go* ins well, but wero weak in clinches. Slams witli the right and left by Wil lard effectively stopped Johnson's ag gressiveness. Finally Willard, in tho 26th Toutid, smashed Johnson -with a terri...
Terrier Coursing at Cowra. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Terrier Coursing at Coivra. j Tho opening meeting of tho Cowra Terrier Coursing Club was held on Monday and Tuesday. Results: FIRST DAY. Heavy Weights, 281bs. and under. .left Ties. Ragtime beat Blllpogtor. Caster beat Ludo. Snowy Baker beat Dooley Raise tho Wind a byo. Walt and Seo beat Patriotic Lass. 2nd Ties. Ragtime beat Castor. Snowy Baker beat Raise the Wind. Walt and Se'e a bye. Seml-Flnal. Wait and See beat Snowy Baiter. Ragtime a byo. . Final. Walt and See beat Ragtime. Lightweights, (201bs. and under). Canadian Lass ran a -bye. Two Stop beat Ludo. Westvllle beat The Stranger. Tommy Burna beat Blnda. Garlln beat Goolagong. Brown and White beat Comedy King Belgium beat Willie. Paddlngton beat Lady Vori. Second Ties. Canadian LaSs beat Garlin. Two Stop beat Brown and White. Tommy Burns beat Belgium^ Paddinsfton beat Goolagong1. Soml-FJnal. Canadian Lass beat Tommy Burns. Two Step beat Paddlngton. Final. Two Step and Canadian Lass dlv!d» ed. SECOND DAY. Heavyweights, 28lbs. a...
Cootamundra Trotting Club. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Cootamundra Trotting Club. ! Following are tho results of tho i above hold on Easter Monday: Unhoppled Novico Handicap.-Com et, 7sec. Mid., 1; Harry, scr., 2; Lady Alma, scr., 3. Timo 4.9. Flying Handicap.-Daisy Huon, 1 sec. bhd., 1; Wellington, 2 sees, bhd., 2; Fair Lady, scr., 3. R. McMillan's Boorl King also started. Timo 2.30. Unhoppled Handicap. - Indicator, scr., 1; Darkness, losecs. bhd., 2; Lady Love, 5secs. bhd., 3. 8 started inclu ding R. McMillan'* Untde Sam. Timo 6.15?. Trial Handicap.-KiUarney Chimes, 2secs. bhd., 1; Lady Unls, 1 sec. bhd., 2; Littlo Ginger, 2sccs. bhd., 3. Timo 2.49J. Cootamundra Handicap Trot.-Roz elle, scr., 1; Manrbrlno Echo, 3 sees, bhd., 2; Ginger, scr., 3. R. McMillan's Boorl Jack, and McGregor also started. Time 3.45. Sunnydale Handicap.- Burlington Chief, 5secs. bhd, 1; Fair Lady, 3 sees bhd., 2; Littlo Ginger, scr., 3. Timo 2.45. An inquiry was hold into the running of Fair Lady and Boorl King in the Flying Handicap, and a caution waa adminrst...
Sydney at Easter. A WET HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Sydney at Easter. A WET HOLIDAY. Even a country farmer finds a time In Hfo when there can bo too much rain. Such a time occurred tills week, when Ills visit-most likely an annual one to tlio city and tho seaside was total ly marred by the deluge of rain which (fell continuously for days. Sotting in at about 11 o'clock on Saturday night, rain fell all day Sunday, part of Monday, and all day Tuesday and Wednesday, till more rain had boon registered than tlio farmer from thu Young district had seen during the past six of eight months. To stand at tho weather board at tho G. P. O., where a big crowd seemed to be always scanning tho reports from the various Stations in search of Infor mation as to whether tho rain had ex tended to their particular district, one could realise if lie had no knowledge of it already what an immenso part the rain or absence of rain plays in tho daily life of the Australian community. It was Indeed painful to watch the face's* as one by ono they looked, and we...
Easter Monday Sports. A RECORD GATHERING. ABOUT £200 REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Easter Monday Sports. A RECORD GATHERING. ABOUT £200 REALISED. After much organisation, complete In every detail, the Farmers and Set tlors annual sports were hold on Eas ter Monday In glorious weather, and undoubtedly were the most success ful sports ever held at Young. Fully 1500 people were present on the show grourjd and thoroughly enjoyed the splendid sports programme carried 'through. The success of the under taking which realised about £200 for the War Food Fund and the Belgian .Fund, was due to the combined labors of a host of willing workers, each vie tog with one another In the desire to render any service that would make for tho success of the days function-. Though primarily run under the aus pices of the F. and S. Association ill sections of the community contributed, either by donations to the prize fund, Iby the gift of produce etc., for sale, or by personal work,'and so did their part in bringing about the splendid re sult which was achieved. Mr. G. S. Whlteman, the ...
Good Friday. AT THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Good Friday. AT THE CHURCHES. The observance of Good Friday in Young was notably quiet, it being a close holiday, not only for business places, but also for the post and tele graph office, though a number of peo ple attended at the office during the morning to secure their mail. Spec ial services were held in the churchcs. Rev. S. A'. T. -Champion conducted ' sorvices in. St. John's Church of Eng land in the morning, and also preached at the customary three hours' service commencing at noon. Evensong was said at 0 p.m. with the usual picture service at night, nil the services were well attended. At St. Mary's the ceremonies of Holy Week were carried out to the fullest letter of the Ritual and the services wero attended by a large number of worshippers. The dis courses delivered on Thursday and Fri day nights by the Rev. Father Forest M.S.H. were masterpieces of rendi tion and solid instruction. On Easter Sunday at the early masses, the church was packed in every available space and ...
Weather Forecasts. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Weather Forecasts. Mr. Wraggo, who is often quoted ?when a particular district verifies Ills forecasts, always qualifies his pro phecies by slating that he deals with "Australia as a whole," therefore his forecasts are not of much account, so far as any particular locality Is con cerned. A correspondent of a Corowa newspaper loses patience with local .Koather prophets, and ho writes:-* "isn't It about time you withdrew from your*.>paper the forecasts of rainfall; which are rarely, if ever correct. There are -certain months, for rainfall, and by studying the records of the past and predicting rainfall on similar dates to previous years a certain number of lucky guesses are bound to be made. The greatest astronomers of all time have devoted painstaking and contin uous efforts to >endeavour to predict the nature of seasons and without success. In the present day we are familiar with the high and 'low pres sure movements, wliich sometimes under very similar conditions, produce rai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
When-;' " ordering Kerosene alway* ask for s&tl 150vf1Rt it-ST | I JMCA?O®MEK Smokeless Odorless Colorless AGE NO BAR. Old People stooped with sulTerin::. Middle ago courageously lighting. Youth protesting impatiently. Children unable to explain. Baby crying, can't tell why. All lu misery from tUeir kidneys. Only a little backache first. Comos when you catch a cold. Or when you strain your back. Backache disorders, stone, gravel, rheumatism. Doan's Backahe Kidney Pills cure backache. Cure every form of kidney ills. Plenty of proof that this is so. Mr. Jos. Dirou, Clarke street. Young says: "My opinion is if you know of a- good thing, and the knowledge will benefit other sufferers, tell about it, and for this reason I make the follow* tag statement. I suffered terribly with hcadache, and could scarcely do my work, in fact, hard work was out of the question, I could not stoop, ftud as I am a miner, you will under stand that things were in a bad way with me. I seemed to be gett...
EUCHRE PARTY IN AID OF RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
EUCHRE PARTY IN AID OF BBD CROSS. The euchro party anil dance arraitg* ed by the Farmers and Settlers' Assoc iation, and catered for by the He J Cross Committee, held on Easter Mou day .Jght was a great success. Thoro were 20 tables on the stage. The '.vili ners of the valuable prizes being--lst Lady's, Miss Armstrong; second, Miss Spencer; Boofoy, Miss Taylor. First Gentleman's, Mr. P. Waidron; 2nd. 'Mr. J. Leake; Booby, Mr. O. Purse house. 'A'bout 100 persons occupy the floor of the hall and spent an en* Joyable time in dancing. The music was supplied gratuitously by Mrs. C. Upton, and extras played by Misses Cranfield, Elirlich, Metcalfe, I. Mcll hatton, Messrs. Maroncy and S. Lans* ridge. After refreshments, given hy members of the lied Cross and other kind friends, were handed round, those .Who had played euchro also took the floor. In an interval, Mr, T. Collins kindly auctioned a cushion In Belgian colors worked by Mrs. Hatilon, of Tip* perary-'/rhicli had' previously bee dis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
The Red Cross sewers will moot again at the P. and A. Hall on Tues day next at 2.30 p.m. Re1 Cross Mufflers will meet on Monday week at Mrs. Metcalfe's. Mr. Robert Gibson, of Harden, in forms us that he has been ueariy a week In the Hay District valuing a large freehold property of over 100,000v acrcs. Although very little rain lias fallen for the past nine months, on some holdings a fair number of sheep havo been carried. On one near Hay -0,000; another 25,000. But the maj ority of owners have theii sheep in the Moss Vale or Cooma districts. One small grazier having 2000 sheep says he cannot get trucks to bring his back from Moss Vale to Carrathool beforo 2-lth May. and without taking Into account nny losses that may take place the total expenditure for grass and tmlnago will be 7/C por annum. The cost of looking after them is addition al. This goes to show that sheep must bo of high value when the drought really breaks. Mr. Gibson says during the time ho was in the Hay district ho...
Vital Statistics. RETURNS FOR MARCH QUARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Vital Statistics. RETURNS FOR'MARCH QUARTER.! 1 During the quartor ending March 31st, the number of births, deaths and marriages registered at Young, were as follows: Births: Males 20, lemales 29; total 55. Deaths: Males 8, females 9; total 17. Marriages, 15. These figures show a decline In the registrations for the corresponding period of last year, when the figures were as follows:-Marriages 25, births 70, deaths 24.
BELGIAN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
BELGIAN FUND. : .. ? i iiougn Handicapped by a late start the Ladies Committee succeeded In collecting oven.£2G for.March arid it Is confidently Anticipated1 that, 'with more time at command, there will be a substantial increase on this amount this month. The individual am'ounts collected. Were:-Mrs. Purcliaa £6, Mrs Tuson £6, Mrs. Bartlett £4 18s 3d, Mrs. Sale £3 12s, Mrs. Metcalfe and Mrs. MncKenzIo £2 12s, Mrs: Tomploton £1, ?1Gb Gd, Mrs. Coltcrill £1 6s (Jd; Miss I McVeigh 12/.