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Young Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Young Land Board. The Young Local Land Board sitting opened yesterday, before Mr. W. Day (Chairman), and Messrs. L, R» Tier neyandP. M. O'Connor. The follow ing cases were dealt .witli: R. T. L, Summerfield, S.H. unnum bered, 80i acres. Conflrmed. . ,. Violet M. Springthorpo,,' S.H. /12, 2" ac. 2rd. 20p. Postponed. J ) Alfred Friend,, S.H. /14, 2f acres. ; Confirmed. Herbert Chao. .Apjis., S.H. /J(j. ?7 acres. Conflrmed. Jas. Sole, H.S. /25. . .r Confirmed. i ?' "!.. Michael O'Meara, U.S., 29a. 3r. 30p. Confinned. . ...... v . Donald C. Barry, R.L. 13/1, 4a. lr: 26p. Granted. , , E. C. Withers, I.P.-14/2, la. 2r. 28p. Ilecommend £10 lor wWole area. Geo. H. A. Brown, I.P., /3, 2 acres.!. Recommend £6 per acre. . Anastatia Bellamy, I.P., /4,.. Postponed. Patrick J. O'Brien, Sp. Lse. 14/25, 14J acres. Recommend £2 per annuin..; John T. Williams, Sp. Lse., ^23, 268 acreB. Recommend 5/ per acre. ." Chas. Loiterton, Junr., Sp. Lse., /28, 282 acres. : > Reconmiend .for refusal. > Tru...
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW. The way to bo well is to keep tho kidneys well; what a lot of backacho thero Is among women. . And little wonder. A woman's work, and care, and worry are enough to break down a much stronger constitution than is given to most women, or men either, for the matter of that. The kidneys are Invariably the first to feel tho strain. And they let their needs bo known too, very promptly. Backache is tho cry for help; tho cry of tho sick kidneys. Doan's Backache-Kid ney pills help the kidnoys, thoy aro made specially to act on tho kidneys Doan's Pills euro to stay curcd. Itead this testimony: Mrs. A. McDougall, Nurse, Albury street. Harden, says: "It is for tho benefit of other sufferers 1 make tho following statement regarding my cure by Doan's Uackacho Kidney Pills, and 1 iiopo innny will profit by my ex perience. For many years I sufforcd soveroly from Inflammation of the kid neys, and only those who have been afflicted ..this way have any idea what I went through. The...
The Recent Fire. INQUEST OPENED THIS MORNING ADJOURNED TILL TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
The Recent Fire. INQUEST OPENED THIS MORNING ADJOURNED TILL TUESDAY. This morning the District Coroner (Mr. G. S. Whitoman) opened an in quiry as to-the cause of the fire which destroyed the residenco of Mr. James Ernest Roberts on Monday night, March 29th. Constable Smith, who resides close to tho sceue of tho Are said that about 10.30,on the night of the fire he was in his house when ho heard a cry of "Fire," which he took, to be Roberts crying out. He ran over the creek and found tho whole place oblate, and_ too hot to get near. He asked Rob erts if the place was in-sured and he told witness that it was. A large number of people had congregated. As he was off duty he handed the case ov er to the police on'duty. The inquest was adjourned until Tuesday next iii order that represen tatives of the Insurance Company can be present, ftt whose request the in quest is held.
Wallendbeen Patriotic Sports Meeting. ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Wallendbeen Patriotic Sports Meeting. ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. -f : ..v (By_ a\Visitor). 1 VA->very^ successful 'sports' meeting , was held ;on,;tlve Wallendbeen Recrea tion Grouhd'bii 'SaturUay, 3rd April in ! aid of the .Patriotic Fund,. . It was'really the most enthusiastic meeting'ever held in-this' part of the district, since ttie ^outbreak of this most disastrous war, and the people .of ^VaHend'been arid district are to bo congratulated on the grand patriotism shown by all who were preseniL The .Mayor . (Alderman L'. P. Forsythe) who is also the' popular President of I the Whllendheen Branch of the F. and S. Association together with Mr. J. L, Rooney, lion secretary; and Alderman G. ? P.. Sackett, lion, treasurer,: and a'strong committee: -or residents of tWallendbeen antd .district carried everything out-splendidly, and-these gentlemen deserve . great praise for 4he successful .result achieved. The Mayoress (Mrs. L. P ."Forsythe) with the. assistance. c£ a number of the lad...
Young Picnic Races. GOOD NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Young Picnic Races. GOOD NOMINATIONS.' The following are the nominations received for the Burrangong Picnic ?Race Club's annual meeting to be held on tho Young Racecourse on Thursday noxt: MAIDEN PLATE.-Winola, Sash light, Vanterllla, Unmoor. GRASS FED STAKES.-Trouen, Sil vottc, Kllm. BRACELET.-Infinity, Maranta, Za blna, Tugs, Maygo, Pernicies, Jonn-y Carvel, Wlnola, Minneapolis, Tampa, Sashlight. GRASSEATER'S CUP. -Murrlngo, Iolanthe, Miss Swivan, Silvette, Trou on, Kllm. GRASSEATER'S HANDICAP.-Mur ringo, Iolanthe, Miss Swlven, Sllvotte, Trouen, Kllm. -BURRANGONG P.R.C. CUP.-Pre cision. Pern-icies, Maranta, Zablna, Sin gle Port, Maygo, Unmoor, Infinity. MEMBER'S PLATE.-Yanterllla, In finity, Maranta, Tugs, Maygo, Jenny Carvel, Tampa, Minneapolis, Sashlight Single Port, Winola.
Marengo News. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Marengo News. (From our Correspondent). PERSONAL. The many friends of Mrs. Geo. Dooley will regret to learn that she Is at present an Inmate of the Sacred Heart Hospital, where she is to un&lt; dcrgo an operation In a day or so. .Mrs. Thos. Kearins, Is also a pat ient la the same' institution,' awaiting an operation In the course of a very short time. Mr. Ted Fisher, who has for some time past been an inmate of the Bur rangong District Hospital, where he lias undergone several operations, 1s now about to seek medical advice In the metropolis, where he hopes to se* cure relief from his ailments. THE LAND. ' Recent rains have caused jubilation among farmers and pastorallsts and a good winter is now confidently an* tlcipated. A green tint has already appeared In the grass paddocks, and should further showers fall this month feed would be fairly plentiful. The lambing season is approaching and sheep-owners were experiencing an anxious time when the rain came. Ploughing is procee...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Weddings. MULQUINEY—FINN.— At St. &nbsp; Mary's church on Wednesday after- noon, the Very Rev. Father Hennes- sey celebrated the marriage of Mr. John Mulquiney, of South Grafton, and Miss Flo Finn (fourth daughter of Mr. F. R. Finn, of Avondale, Young. The bride was given away by her brother (Mr. F. Finn) and looked charming in a dress of crepe de chine trimmed with seed pearls and lace and white silk hat, and white ostrich fea- ther and carried a handsome bouquet of white dahlias. She was attended by Miss Webb (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Webb, of Bloomfield, Gren- fell road), who wore pale pink crepe de chine, and carried a bouquet of pale pink dahlias and ferns; she also wore a gold "golf" bangle, gifts of the bride- groom. The bridegroom was sup- ported by Mr. M. McGrath, of Syd- ney, as best man. After the ceremony breakfast was partaken of at Avondale, the Very Rev. Father Hennessey pre- siding, where the usual toasts were proposed and honored; only intimate friends of...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
PERSONAL Bishop Barlow's resignation from Goulburn See took effect on March. 31. Constalblo Maxwell resigned from the police force as from 6th April. Constable -Smith la leaving Young to-night to sit. in an examination to " .*v for tho position of an inspec tor of Stock. ; . ^ The Coonabarabran "Clarion" states that the engagement is announced of Mrs. J. McMasters, of "Morven," Cool- ah, and Mr. C. H. Venn, of Young. Matron Smythe, of the Condobolin Hospital, has gone to the war to as- &nbsp; sist in the nursing of the sick and wounded. &nbsp; I First-class Constable P. F. Beazley, of Gunning, has been appointed t-o suc ceed Constablo Maxwell resigned. Con stable Beesley, It will be remembered was some years ago stationd at Young. The death took place in the Sacred Heart Hospital on Monday of Mary Carroll, infant daughter of Mr. John Carroll, of Galong, at the age of two years. The cause of death was diph- theria. King George in so essentially a Con stitutional monar...
Motor Cycling at Coulburn. THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. H. J. NESBIT PLACED SECOND IN 66 MILES RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 9 April 1915
Motor Cycling at Goulburn. THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. H. J. NESBIT PLACED SECOND IN 66 MILES RACE. &nbsp; The Sydney Bicycle and Motor Cycle Club's second annual State Champion- ship meeting took place at Goulburn on Saturday and Easter Monday. Com peting in the 66 miles State Cham- pionship, H. J. Nesbit (Young) ran into second palce, but failed to secure a place in tho 100 miles championship the three first places going to Victor- ians. Places and riding times of compete- tors were as follow:— MEMBERS' HANDICAP, 33 miles. Fair, 4min., 6 h.p. Zenith, riding time 44min. 9sec, 1; F. Mellor, 30sec., 2; T. T. Douglas, 40min. 40sec., 2; H. Bartlett, 1mln. 30secs. 6 h.p. Zenith, 42mln. 16secs., 3rd. OPEN HANDICAP, of 33 miles.—J. R. Booth, scr., 8 h.p. Indian, riding time 36min. 42secs, a record, 1; B. H. Dodds (4.15), 6 h.p., Matchless, 42 min. 17 4-5secs, 2; H. A. Parsons, (2.30), 3½ h.p. Precision, 40min. 11 2-5secs., 3rd. 600 C.C. STATE CHAMPIONSHIP, 66 miles.—K. C. Walker (Vict...
Reported Naval Battle. THREE GERMAN BOATS CHASED IN NORTH SEA. SUPPOSED TO HAVE FOUNDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915
Reported Naval Battle. THREE GERMAN BOATS CHASED IN NORTH SEA. SUPPOSED TO HAVE FOUNDERED.' i Sydney, Monday afternoon.-A navai j battle Is believed to have been fought | off Sartar-Oo Island. The Inhabitants. | south of Bergen declare that tbrefl, | British -warships pursued Germa:> ves-' I sels along thc-Norweiglan coast There was a violent cannonade, but suddenly' ceased. It is belioved that tho German, warships foundered. A storm was rag ing at the time. It Is rumored that tho cruisers tried to get to tho Atlaa* tic to replace tho Emdeu and other> German commerce raiders. i ' FURTHER DETAILS. LONDON, Monday.-Further arriv als at Coperi-hagen of Scandinavia^ vessels confirm tho presence of Ger man warships in the North Sea. A Norweiglan steamer reports that *a British cruiser warned her to keep as close to the coast line as possible.' Heavy cannonading at sea was heard 15 miles at sea off Scarborough on' Saturday night. »