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Pro-War Demonstrations. ITALIANS WANT TO FIGHT. CROWDS KEPT IN CHECK BY. POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

Pro-War Demonstrations. ' ITALIANS WANT TO FIGHT. ' CROWDS KEPT IN CHECK BY. POLICE. ROMB, Monday.-Pro-war demon* strations throughout. Italy continue, Tho police In Rome find it difficult to prevent the crowd inarching to tho Austrian and German Embassies.

Publication Title: Young Witness
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS, f Ail 'Advertliemcrrt® In- ThltfColumri 3 lines-for 1/.»';On<r1ncb, 3/. . BUSINESS MENV-Jtyou,'-want,your. Business to grow, 'Advertloo la this column-1/ for three lines. TJOWLES*- FRUIT MART-Big con ** signment mixed .. Frult-Apple3, Orangos, etCi -rOrders dollyered - Bowles, (next Alien's). , /COTTAGE To-Lot In Currawong St. ^ Apply -Q. R* Richardson* pAPE SEED BARLEY FOMALE. At Trosillan '& Dun's, Tho Farm-1 efa Market. . 'Phono 65. nrvoN'T FORGET Torder- -Coursing] ^ on Cricket Ground on'Wednesday, I April 21st. . ?pvANCINGi-Don't Forget Vcltta Soc-1 lal, Oddfellows'- Hall, oa "Wcdnes* 1 day, Mth April. Gents 2/6; Ladies J Provide.-N. PHILLIPS, OrganJsor. T\0G Owners-Please note; that tho I Nominations for tlio Torrier Cour-1 Bins Meeting close, April 19th.-H. ] Phillips, Secretary. T^OR Comfortable Board "and Itesl-1 donccr-Apply Mrs, T, TEACLE, f William street. Young. ' "POR SAJpK-One 3J h.p. ATVblngdonl Speodiwoli Mdtor Cycle. *' Goo...

Publication Title: Young Witness
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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

WEATHER FORECAST. \ SYDNEY, Tuesday.-The following i forecast was Issued this afternoon:-.* Fine,: cxcept for showers'on eastern I Rlverlna, and S.W. slopes; cool wester-1 ly winds, chiefly cool nights.

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British Liner Escapes. TORPEDOED BY SUBMARINE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

British Liner Escapes. TORPEDOED BY SUBMARINE. LONDON, Monday.-The British lin er Wayfarer, 9,599 tons, was torped* .oed by submarines, but managed to keep afloat and Is now being towed into Queeu-stown Harbour, on the coast of County Cork, Ireland.

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Shocking Accident. HAND CHOPPED OFF WITH A CHAFF-CUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

Shocking Accident. : . HAND CHOPPED .OFF WITH A CHAFF-CUTTER. On Wednesday Jast/whUat-MiCnVaK - laco Twlgg. was'ongaged . ileedinff. a chaff-cutter on hta fathor's proporty.at Miilyan Park, .near Cowra, his left hand becamo caught-ln tho machinery. ' and was.gradually,.chopped wrist boWrd 3iq\y<f&8 *iibtb rto -.riWwO;. , himself; Ufifdrtund.tQi youSS.'' fellow, was..imnjodlatery^canveyod>to. his fatherfa rtiiltlence.iwhpro .. remedlo£5r:-\V4rt>;appll,e4,-byrjilr. Arey. and q th 0 r .w h q , ~ happ ^ od.' i j bo on the.^ceriPe./.te'Kmsi'Jater'.cqn^ » \ veyed to NurE^^atoeso^'tf.pdTOtijho®': /. ( pita!; along oplendidly/ - .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

GORDON & GARLING -s OLICTOR S. LYNCH. STREET, YOUNG. Kooraxratha visited every Saturday. Murnimburrab, Harden and other centres by appointment. Special consideration given to Land Board matters. Money to Lend o~ all classes of se curity In large or small sums.

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Smuggled Guns into Turkey. GERMAN AND AUSTRIAN COURIERS. ROUMANIA STEPS IN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

Smuggled Guns into Turkey. GERMAN AND AUSTRIAN COURIERS. ROUMAN1A STEPS IN. I/ONDON, Monday.-Gorman and Austrian diplomatic couriers have been, jfound smuggling guns and ammunition' into Turkoy, availing themselves of; the regulation- exempting baggagQr from Customs examination. The Rou manian Government ia taking severe measures to* stop the practice.

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A Business Change. A. A. TROMPF & CO. MR. TROMPF RETIRES FROM ACTIVE CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

A Business Change?;,;-! ... '?'* 1 £??> "Vvv--.-' , . A. A. TROMPF-&<CO;' « " MR. TROMPi- RETIRES PROM ACTllVB C0NT\ROI* '? "A1 brief announcement .appeared lo the Witness' fast Friday to-the effect '?that Mr. A. -A. Trompf. tbowell-known 1 proprietor of ''The Corner-Store," had retired from active control -and' that Mr. A. R. Chellew had lboen *placed 'in full cliargcf'wlth an intoreat'In> the business. Mr: Trompf hns ha'd a long and successful .business career, and since he .has hud charge of tho "Comer,' theufousiness haa-improyed ' wonderfullyt.4' -The decision -to place Mr. Chellew in full control will, , wo l'eel sure, be a step in tho right di» rection. Mr,"CheUew has beon;3fl» soclatcd with the atoro.for some, years now, and his,.courteous disposition, combined. with. straightforward.-busl* ness methods,; has rwon Mm. many friends besides, securing a. largo. Vol*, ume of business'for the atore. ^Aa'au acquisition to musical circles,,Mr. Chellew is in...

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The Russians. AUSTRIANS OFFENSIVE AT AN END. USELESS SACRIFICE OF MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

i The Russians. I AUSTRIANS OFFENSIVE AT AN END. USELESS SACRIFICE OF MEN. I PETROGItAD, Alonday.-Tho Ilus ' slan Minister for War says that tho Russians have ended the Austrian of fensive which lasted two months. Tho1 Germans who relieved tho Austrian's suffered enormous losses. They now refuso to participate in tho Austrian* offensive as it imposes a useless sac* rifice of men.

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The Young Witness With which is Incorporated THE BURRANGONG ARCUS TUESDAY, APRIL 13th, 1915. The Recent Fire. CONEY ISLAND TREASURE. MONEY DRAWN FROM BANK AND KEPT IN HOUSE. FEARED GOVERNMENT WOULD SEIZE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

^ornig JSttrass With which Is Incorporated THE BURRANCOHG AlOS TUESDAY. APRIL 13tti, .lpl5. The Recent Fire. CONEY ISLAND TREASURE. MONEY DRAWN FROM BANK AND KEPT IN HOUSE. FEARED GOVERNMENT WOULD SEIZE ITi. Mr. James Roberts, whose residence and contents on Coney Island, Young, ?were totally destroyed by fire on the Bight of March 29th, was a heavy los er, inasmuch as that, besides the loss of his home, which fortunately was in sured. a considerable amount of mon ey which had been drawn from the bank on account of a fear that the Government would seise it, was des troyed in the flames. At the inquiry held this morning by Mr. G. S. Whiteman, District Coroner, James Ernest-Roberts, owner of the cottage said ho purchased the cottage In 19X4 from a man named Richardson. It was Insured in the London- and Lan cashire Insurance Coy for £120, the. furniture and effects in the same office for £80. In the house on the night of the fire he had £250 in cash, made up of £150 in notes, the balan...

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The Suez Canal. TURKS STILL CONTINUE IN VICINITY. BRITISH DEFENCES STILL MAINTAINED [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

The Suez Canal. TURKS STILL CONTINUE IN VICINITY, BRITISH DEFENCES STILL MAINTAINED CAIRO, Monday.-Small bodies of Turks continue to be lively in tho vicinity of the Sues Canal. Tho strength of the British defences along tho Canal has not been diminished.

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Bishop of Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

' , Bishop of Goulburn. ) The Vfcar-Genoral has received from the Archbishop notification of the re signation of Bishop Barlow. At a, meeting of the Diocesan Council on 1 Friday evening the Vicar-General ar ranged for the holding of the import ant Synod, at which the Bishop of i Goulburn will be elected, in tho week I commencing, Sunday, May 16th. An Informal conference of Synod members *111 bo held on Monday morning, the 17th, to discuss the vacancy, and If possible como to some dofic-lto conclu sion beforo tho actual meeting of Sy-' nod. Synod will bo formally opened ptdp.m. ontbatday.

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THE WAR. Country Press Special to the Witness. A French Reverse. POSITION IN ALSACE LOST. GERMANS LOSE HEAVILY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

Country Preso Special to the WItneao. A French Rovarse. o POSITION IN ALSACE LOST. GERMANS LOSE HEAVILY. PARIS, Monday.-The Germans cap tured Lartmann's Wellorkoff, in Alsaco a position for some time held by tho l-'rench. The latter's guns practically destroyed all cover in this district, where tho Germans bein-s forced to at tack in tho open, have suffered many casualties.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

.LOCAL AGENT. W. (. WEBBi Lccaf Tuner. iB. D-SAMSOSi - KOORAWATHA - STOCK AND STATION AGENT AND GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT 114tc. «T- CRISP, Carpenter, Builder and Contractor. GALVANISED TANKS ALL SIZES. Joinery work and furnituro of all kinds niado to order.. Over 25 years praqtical experience. Work undertaken in any part of the diatriat Satisfaction guaranteed. Estimates given for nil branchts of work in tho trade. Specifications and drawioga prepared. ' . Workshop and Residence Near MILLARD'S BRICKYARDS. 'Phquo Iflfi When in Harden visit the Carrisigton Hotel Ono minute's walk from the station. R. G. KELLY, Proprietor.. axiom ZA~c^_ HOT with Lemoa at Bedtime. . . . RELIGIOUS NOTICES HOLY CATHOLIC CHURCH. (Enclioh Branch.) ST. JOHN'S. Sunday, April 18th. Second Sunday after Easter. Holy Communion, 8 o.nLf C.E.M.S. and Guild. Matins and Sermon, IX a.m. . Even-sons and Sermon, 7.30 p.m. . Wambanumba (Mr. H.Foster'e) Ma rengo road, 3 p.m. "r Easter Vestry Meeting, Tuesday, Ap ril 13th,...

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THE ROMAN PRIMACY. THE CENTRE OF CATHOLIC UNITY. ANGLICANS HAVE NO CLAIM TO BE CALLED CATHOLIC. "ONLY ONE CATHOLIC CHURCH." [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

TrtffinOMAN PRIMACY^ . THE CENTRE OF -CATHOLIC UNITY. ANGLICANS HAVE NO CLAIM TO > .BE CALLED CATHOLIC. . "ONLY ONE CATHOLIC CHURCH." n,a?.° following address Ts delivered nt St. Wary a Church, Young, by the M. D. Forrest, M.S.H.f'on Eas tor Sunday night: puling tho past year tho \vorttI has witneBsed^a marvellous fact. Amidst the din- ct the European war. whiin great nations were engaged in dead vh«^° hurling avalanches of sol diers upon sister nations, ecclesias'ti CariHnnir5ffrO1Vll0se -Very nations Sim S 8 m El,cIaKd and Germany, yrom Franco and Austria and Belgium of Tta I ^nH1"0?1 the ncutral nations of Italy and America -- assembler} Sfnrt6fU"y un<ier ",e shadow of the Snw ?s tcn?ple wherein repose the remains ot the Prince of the Apdstlos, and there elected, in perfect nh!?n0i.n>'» suPr°me ruier of the 0 tho Pope. -i0^ *?dGe(1 astounded at .fio remarkable fact, and strives iu vain can Yct an cxM),!lr'ation toiinS i? « exP|anat|on which Is round ie> the Go...

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Koorawatha Sanitation. BOARD OF HEALTH INSPECTION. TOWN IN DIRTY STATE. SHIRE COUNCIL TO TAKE ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

' Koarav/atha Sanitation. BOARD OF HEALTH INSPECTION. TOWN IN DIRTY STATE. ' SHIRE COUNCIL TO TAKE " ACTION. At the Burrangong Shire Council's meeting on Saturday a letter, with rc-. commendations attached was received from the Public Health Office, Sydney, stating that a sanitary re-inspection of the township of Koorawatha made re cently -by a departmental officer dis-. closed that the township was In a dirty and Insanitary'state, and it appeared that very little action had 'been at tempted to carry out recommendations made in .November, 1913. This want of proper action was noted with regret, and It was hoped that this re minder -would result In the Introduc tion of a better condition of affairs generally. A re-Inspection of the dis trict <will ibe mado lu six months time abd if a substantial improvement is^ not then noted the matter will 'be re ferred to the Crown Law authorities for legal action. The carrying out without delay of tho attached recom mendations was urged...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

THE HUSTLERS THE HUSTLERS THE HOSTLERS Men's- Tweed Trousers. 2/11 per pair. Men's Moleskin Trousers, 4/6 per pair. M£n's Grey Dungarea Trousers. 1/llperpair. Men's , Heavy Blucher , Boots, 5/11 per pair. j ? Baxter's Extra Special W.T Cossacks (watch them bite) 10/6 per pair. Our Special Sunday Boot, 7/6 per. pair. "t-«. ' . ? Men's White Handkerchiefs, 1/11 dozen Men's Pyjama Suitsr-2/11 and 3/11 suit. Men's Felt Hats, all dolours, 3/11 each. And don't forget our -Special Value Overcoat. warm, woolly and weighty.. The best overcoating value in the State. 19/11 each, all men's sizes. . Yes 19/11, and they are worth- 27/6 eaoh. THE HUSTLERS "Whore Cash Tolls." Opposite Great Eastern Hotol BURROWA-ST., YOUNG. "Phono 86. _*rtntoa una Fubliflhoa by Frank Henry Hopwood* lor tlao ProprlotonJ, Honry Hoowood, Frodorlclc Jolm Wales, and Alfred Ernest Collins, ftt their Llnotypo Printing Works, Bur* Cowa gtroot, Youns, J^ow $ou& 5?al®3. Special ^irm®Min!©©meG¥(l:.. We have a large as...

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Burrangong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

Burrangong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. ! The usual monthly meeting of the .Burrangong Shire Council was hold ion-Saturday last. Present: Council lor Wm.'Browno (President), Crs. Tay-. lor, Crichton, Thackeray, Davis and Tout. CORRESPONDENCE. Mr. Arthur T. Phillips, asked per mission to close and purchase cortaln roads In tho parish of Youug.-Inspec tion tee Used at £1. The F. and S. Association, Crow ther, called Council's attention to dam ? age done to various roads within the ! Crowtlier subdivision by recent rains. !-Referred to engineer. Mr. H. P. Cliew, "Braemar," ap plied lor ipermlssion to ringbark tim i ber adjoining his paddock, Cowra-road. -r-It was resolved that as this was ono of the main roads, permission be re fused . i Mr. G. Hutchison,. Barmedman ap plied, for the opening of a road from cont-er of his block A, ICiklamah, to lead to main road to Bribaree Siding. -Referred to the Engineer. Mr. W. H. Jeffries, Young, asked permission to scrub lane adjoining his land...

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Commercial. RECORD STOCK VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

Commercial, RECORD STOCK VALUES. Owners with sheep and lambs tor ward for sale at Homebush hist Thurs day met a good market. Shipping space 'being available .exporters were operating. . This fact gave biddings a decided fllllp. Though supplies were heavy every line offered changed han-ds readily. Prices for prime sorts luled 1/ higher while othor grades were very firm at late rates. Wlnchcombe, Car son, Ltd., sold cross wethors £rom Woodvllle, Manilla, to 28/; mevlno owes from Bimblo station, Coonamble, to 22/; and cross lambs from "Glsn coe," Temora, to 21/G. Top price for the day's qjarket in each instance. ' Tho last -days -are announced by ad* vertlsement for tho purchase of tickets in the Eight Hours Great Art Unipn, in Which the flrst prize offered is valued at £600, or, as an alternative, the win ner, may have twelve months* trip round the world, all expenses paid, and £100 in cash for incidentals, or eight months' trip for two persons.. This Is the 69th annual demonstration ...

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Severe Dust Storm. ANOTHER VISITATION. PARTY OF MOTORISTS HELD UP. LIGHTS AT MIDDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 13 April 1915

[.'. ' Severe! ANOTHERVFSITAFLON.'' '~ PAivry \)P MCyroftisTA'HELII . TIP;- ? LIGHTS AT MIDDAY. Tho Biiramcr season now closing was 'un-doubtedly productive of moro dust* storms -than any of its predecosaora, aud tho visitation on Sunday lasvtn some'parts of'tlurdistrict; easily beat its many, predece'ss'ofs wita regard to the density of tho dttflt,- . Jn^owii, al-/ thougli tho w.lnd-reaohed a sreai Tel ocity and a thick M&fr of dust oovelop... cd tho town, tho-conditions .did-not nearly approach what haa.beea.-exper. lenccd in tho way-of duct storms this year. This is ho *loubt duo to- tho recent showers. - -Ia/tho western por tion of tho district, however, residents assert that Sunday.'s-visitation waa of exceptional density-to; fact, wa3 the , worst experiencod.,this . year. / Duut invaded the houses anfl it .was Jmpos*. alblo.to keep it out.- So intense was* tho storm that oven..at midday, llghta had to bo brought-Jnto, requisition.. As an instance o»-?tho severity, of t...

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