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Wembat News. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

iVombat tJaivs. (From our owii Correspondent.); A meeting "was held at the Royal Hotel* Wombat on Saturday, lOtfy-April at.8 p,.m. for the purpose deforming a Riflie Club at Wombat and;ivas well .attended. .Mr.. Scott, who being an experienced man-in regard to rifla: clubs was; vo,ted: toitho chair, and expressed'tho-neces-r sity of fanning a rifle"club at, Wombat, tt was a good sporfaiid he "felt.quite sure it would meet with success at Wombat, and ho hoped in a few mor.-ths. time they -would have a strong" club. He-believed they, had tried to start onfc at. Wombat^b'efore, but ho hoped they would haVe-better luck this time.and succeed. .{Tip .only difficul ty they , had to facet \vasj to secure a good .site, .for a rifle i/rfinge,. and if that can be overcome/they should be able.to form on? of the; strongest clubs In; the .district, as Wombatwjis.so cen* trally. sitajitqd, and gasy of access- from the neighboring to\vn^;^,;v- v. -\, . All present consented ' to join the. club, and...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

When" ordering Kerosene Smokeless Odorless Colorless There are now several different brands of kerosene in Australia, but there is only one that can be used with entirely satisfactory results in Kerosene Lamps, Cooking Stoves & Heaters American fLerosen© lll%Highest Qyality of American Water-white wmmtrn&h 0il- ,50°Fire Test Your CoosaggemeEsis are weSi g treated at Hlomebush. | In addition to ourselves, we have trusted rner. 0 who meet trains and see lots into paddocks. | where they get good grass, water and shade. We give your consignments a real good shew because our common sense tells us it pays to do so, and because it is but common fairness to you. Oar published reports arc north watching. BADGERY BROTHERS, 14 Castlereagh Street, SYDNEY. THE mmn Born to the business, we know every phase of it through and through, and there are FOUR BADGERYS ACTIVELY ENGAGED IN SELLING for you . . . Surely this means something to Stockowners ? B^DGEISY MOTHMBS. 14 Castlereagh St...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATH FROM TETANUS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

DEATH FROM TETANUS. Last week a..young«.fellow named Taylor who 'resided at Jlcl.d's Flat, died' from tetanus,. at ^urs.o Tindall's pri vato hospital,'Cowra.. Appeals tor total abstJnenco during' the war wero.made by, Archbishop Clarke and Archbishop Carr in tholr' cathedrals in Melbourno on Sunday night. At Salford (Eng.) JTpplegarth defeat-; ed Jack Donaldson,, of Australia, by one yard in av22d yards race, for £100 aside. Applegarth's tlmo was 121sec, A correspondent writes: Considerable amusement has been creatcd In Harden at»the remarks oi ono of the members ottho P.P. Board at Young, re the T.S.ll. near the local trucking yards, viz., "That the reservo is very, handy if only for temporary shade -whilst stock ore waiting for trucks." It must therefore .too news to this member'that tho only treo within 20 chains of the yards, is now included In a rubbish depot for tho Municipal* ity and all tho ground near .the -truck ing yards was made available over sis, months ago for suburba...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT RHEUMATISM. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

ABOUT RHEUMATISM, Sufferers from rheumatism will find' tho following letters of great-Intorest:. From Mr. W. Chandler, 24 Earl Street, 0 Windsor, Vic. © "For come years I Guttered from rhoumatlc palna In my legs and anno, tho Joints of which would becoroo much swollen, and I could hardly movo about I tried various remedies without deriving much benefit. Then. I tried Warner's Safe Cure, and In o., fow weeks-tho pains ceased to'trouble me, and have not slhco returned." From Mr. E. Avery, Barker Avenuo, Claremont, Perth, W.A. . "For a long time'I suffered from at-, tacks of t acuta . rheumatism. I had most violent pains in my back and lower limbs; in fact,, nearly all over me. Tho pain I suffered prevented'mo from getting much rest or sloop. After trying various'medicines with llttlo or only temporary relief, X was advised to give Warner's Safe Cure a trial. I did eo, with tho greatest possiblo benent Tho medlclno entirely removed all pain, and freed my systom from this most painful c...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY PRESENTATION. On Tuesday evening, about 30 | members of the Your.-g Philharmonic Society tendered Rev. C. P. Walkden : Crown (vice-president) a farewell in 1 the Epworth Hall prior to his leaving for Orange. A presentation of . sil ver inlistnnd and pen suitably inscrib ed was made by the Rev. S. A. T. Champion (President) on behalf of the members, and Mr. Brown suitably res ponded. At the same gathering refor enco was made to Mr. J. F. Cunning ham's early departure, from Young to 30 to the uront, and best wishes ex pressed for a safe return.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Motor Works Burnt. SEVENTEEN CARS DESTROYED. DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT £14,000. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

ivtotor Works Burnt. SEVENTEEN CARS DESTROYED. DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT £14,000. . A destructive Are occurred-at the works of-Messrs* James Flood.'and Co. motor body builders; of St. KLJdtf.road, Melbourne. The building was"gutted, ..and 17 motor , cars, privately owned, . six motor . bus bodies, two military i ambulances/ and a char-a-banc were destroyed. \--The total value of the mo -tor-cars was £10,000, and of the ambul ances, . £1,000. Considerable damage was also-done to valuable machinery . in 'the -basement. . It is estimated that th» total amount of' the damage there -is £14,000

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCHOOL DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

SCHOOL DAYS. 1 : School days, should be days of health happiness and steady development, but to many delicate, sickly .children, they, i are days ofsuflerihg. ^ If your children .are"weakand sickly, constantly.retard ed in "their worlc antjgrqwth/by coughs : and coldsrthoy'c'annot'study with pro : 'fit, and? they:cannot grow into healthy ? men and' wom<?n.-- A. cold in. the head , .unfits any child'for lesson's, and the .constant, cou^h. of a child not only ^weakens't the :one," but' ;distracts the ^attention! of'all'.tho otiiersV .( Drv aholdoh's' iNew (Discovery ls a s'afo" and e'erain remedy for-children's .WiD/ter.illsi aQd'has^brought health and strength to thousands' of sickly chil dren. rt.cau lie rolled upon to check the cold so quickly * that the rosy cheeks have no time to grow -pale, and tho little brain remains clear and sen sitive for the day's study. . No'cough ing at night when ©r. SheldOD's New Discovery has been taken beforo bed time, "but deep, refreshin...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TYPHOID AT IANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

TYPHOID AT IANDRA. A case of typhoid fever from Ian dra was reported to the \Veddln Shire Council, the patient having been taken to the Sacred Heart Hospital at Young. -It was dccided by the Council that Constable Hamilton of Greenethorpe 'be informed.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

AN END TO MOULDY. OR DRV TOBACCO 11 rp~H C3 ccilicr cntinot aifect It? ccc£tlea cl "CIIAMPIOH." ' " Eraiy scaled 2ose.Tin GUARANTEED-being TESTED UNDER PRESS UWV: 'CIIIMIPION TOBACCOi! AIR-TIGHT TINS. (VKIW)' PtPES GUARANTEED. ALL TOBACCONISTS. raft ©if Fate l: ? Wlien your next lot ia ready, order trucks through Wm©Ihi©©inniS3)©, 0'a&°s@ini from .whom jour stock will get expert and careful handling-, and you will recciyo highest market valuea. ' /' Winchcombe, Carson find themselvea with an ever-increaaingjarmy of customer*. Thfo result has only been achievcdSby close attention to owners'£intere8ts and by1 ; . ' ' making good oales. " . ;.* ...Consign Stock r Wlnchcombo, Oaraon, Ffemln&ton. "BEST YetY Our beat-your beat. Fowor parts greater atrongth. Now oolf-goTerning.and . lubricating dovicca. Split bcaringsr Insortablo-without unshipping. BaU-betr in/j-runs iiko a bicyola ?£i CHANGE OF BUSINESS. . TyiSHES to notify tho Public of ** Young and Surrounding District,...

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EMPIRE DAY AT YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

EMPIRE DAY AT YOUNG. . Empire Day Is approaching, and In order to suitably celebrate the day, a mebtlRtf of all interested will be held in the-Town, Hall on Thursday next at 4.30 p.m. As this year's celebra tion >\'in bo held under unique circum stances . a.; specially 4arge attendance Is hoped for..

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mardon News. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

tJariten tfouo. . j (Prom our Corrospondout). . At a meeting of-tho Harden Progress Committee held in trie .Mechanics' Institute, Harden, on- Friday evening Dtli: inst.,{.'Mr. O. E.'Abbott, Presi*: dorit Jn the; chair. . It was'unanimously carried "That tho P. P.,Board at Young be'respect fully ocke'd, that .T.S.H. 2G20 adjoin-; irig the Hardenitnicklng.yards, togeth er. /\vlth.aU other.T.'S.'lt/s and Campiug .Reserve?,;in this district .be"lcopt for. , tho purpose for which they, wero gaaetted.' - , ltTho ^secretary P.P. Board, Young,' liad written*, that, seeing 62',000 sheep were trucked from Harden last year,, the former reserve ;262Q 'should bo re-; .gained, . Tliis brouglit about,a'general' .discussion, that showed this reservo .was >practlcally valueless' for either gravelling sheep oif. those being truck ed OK' uritrucked at Harden railway station. 'Even during the last winter and .spring. months' sheep untrucked here for Burrowa arid other districts, .arrangements iiad't...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RED CROSS TEA ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

./? : RED CROSS TEA ROOM. At the raccs yesterday afternoon, .the tea room was again* in charge of ilio iadies' of the Ited Cross Society, and wo have pleasure in stating that ,as a'.result of'their efforts a further £7 was added to the funds for provid ing a motor ambulance for the front. Those who attended to the tables were Mrs. MGtcalfo, .Mrs. D. McKenzle, i Miss McGillavray, and Miss Mcintosh, whilst Mr. and Mrs. P. O'Neill rea I dered great servico with the tea, etc.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRICE OF BUTTER FIXED AT 1/3½. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

PRICE-OF BUTTER FIXED AT 1/3J. The necessary Commodities Commis* ;sion has fixed the retail price of but ter at 1/2* per lb. It booked the prlco will be 1/4, and 1/41 U sold by a butter man In a special cart. These increases are due to an application1 by the retailers to the commission.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOY SHOOTS HIS FATHER. IN DEFENCE OF HIS MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

BOY SHOOTS HIS FATHER. IN DEFENCE OP HIS MOTHER. I Albert Franke, aged 16 years, at the criminal court, Perth (W.A.) was charged with the murder of his. father at Collie, on New Year's Eyo last. Af ter a long argument the charge was reduced to manslaughter. Evidence was given that Franke, senr., -was drunk and attacking his wife. Ac cused got a revolver, thrust it through a .window from outside the house and jehot his father in the-'-back. Tho defence was that accused did not In tend to lire at, but only to 'frighten his father. In defence of his mother. Accused was acquitted by the jury, and Mr. Justice Rooth in discharging, ^hlm, said.he was very- fortunate-Hoi have ao lenient a jury. . I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATHS AT MURRUMBURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

DEATHS AT.MURRUMBURRAH. "Wo regret to have to report two deaths this week. On Tuesday Minnie Myra, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Clarke, of Harden, diod; and Mr. Edward Clarke,-'of Tiverton, passed away at the age of 82.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPHTHALMIC INSPECTION. STAMPING OUT EYE-BLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

' OPHTHALMIC INSPECTION. ' STAMPING 'OUT BYE-BLIGHT. | . Dr. Douglas Ilodger, M.B., Ch. B., the Ophthalmic Inspector of tho Queensland Dopartmcat of Public In* Btructlon, is at present In the far north western districts examining school children; that are affected 'with eye*' blight troubles. The recent reports revived by the department show very satisfactory results in all -cases, In which parents aro ready to co-operate w^th the doctors and teachers. With proper precautions by tho parents Dr. Rodger is convinced that In the course of a few days the trachoma, or more serious typo of blight, can be stamped out~ The attitude of tho parents is becoming more sympathetic, and the Dumber of acuto cases of blight is showing distinct signs of diminution.

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CHEAP EXCURSION TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

' CHEAP EXCURSION TO MEL | BOURNE. i The Railway Department announces | tbo issue ot Cheap Tickets to Mel bourne by.train leaving Young-at 3.32 a.m. on Thursday, April 22nd.

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BRIBAREE AND BIMBI ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

BRIBAREE AND BIMBI R0AD8. At Weddln Shira Council meeting laat Saturday the engineers recommen dations included the voting o! £50 for causeway on Blmbl nad, an-d £40 for road to Bribaree. Ro £225 lor metal ling, etc., on road Blmbl to 'Bribaree Creek, tho Engineer explained that If the metal could be procured from Mesrs. Caldwell's property tho -work could be done cheaper, but they had refusod their consent. -Cr. Sompson said this was an Important road, and he proposed that the work be done un der tho best arrangements possible. Seconded by Cr. McGrath and carried.

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EDGEFERN SCHOOL TO BE RE-OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

EDGEFERN SCHOOL TO BE RE-OPENED. ...'.Mr. C. E. Eaton, secretary of the iCarumbl Farmers and Settlers Associa tion is in receipt &! a letter from the .Under-Secretary»Public Instruction, per Mr. G. A. Burgess, M.L.A., sta ting that the Provisional School at Edgefern is to be re-opened and a tea chor will be sent as soon- as. one is available.

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WATER FOR WATTAMONDARA.. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915

WATER FOR WATTAMONDARA.. Tho Wattamondara Progress Assoc iation has complaincd to tho. Waugoola Shtro Council, that a water supply" is absolutely necessary for domestic pur poses. Tho Council decided to sug gest the holding of a public meeting at that centre with a view to an under standing being come to as to -what was really required, on tho motion of Cr. O'Nell and the President.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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