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The [?] Witness With which is Incorporated THE BURRANCONC ARGUS FRIDAY, APRIL 16th. Straying Stock Nuisance. THE CHURCH FORWARDS RESOLUTION TO THE COUNCIL. DEPREDATIONS OF AN OLD BLACK GOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915
%\\t '.jjomtg; pTtimss With whicb is Incorporated THE BURRANCONC ARGUS FRIDAY, APRIL lGtli. Straying Stock Nuisance. | THE CHURCH FORWARDS RESO- I Ll)TlONfTO THE COUNCIL1. I DEPREDATIONS OF AN OLD BLACK GOAT. The Church is up in .arms against the straying stock which at .present pursue an unrestrained "careeer lu the streets ,bf the Municipality. At the Gsater vestry meeting of S. John's 'Church of England on Tuesday night, a resolution of protest against stock he* ing allowed to stray into the church grounds was passed, and the secretary of the Parochial Council authorised to forward same to tho:' Town Hall authorities. "Recently," said the rec tor, "shrubs had been'planted round the church, and when these were just growing nicely, aa- old black goat cauie in and eat the lot oi them down, which had retarded their growth. Then on Sundays we're hardly down on our knees when cows couldbe heard roam* ing through the churchyard. If the big gate was closed, they got through the side gate...
COMMERCIAL FRIDAY, APRIL 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915
COMMERCIAL FRIDAY, APRIL lCth. .WHOLESALE BUYING PRICES. Wheat 5/ per bushel. . ' I Chaff, £S to £9 per ton. ! Oats, 4/6 to .4/9 por bushel.. ' . . Sheepskins, 4d per lb. j Hides, 6tl to GJd per lb. Rabbit Skins, 2Jd per lb. Tallow, 5/per tin. ' ! YOUNG RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Butter (factory) 1/5 per lb. 1 - ! Eggs, 2/ per do«. Bacon (piece). 1/2; rashes 1/3 lb" Bran, 1/9 per bushel. Pollard, 1/10 bushel. .Chaff, £12 per ton.
KING'S BAN ON ALCOHOL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915
KING'S BAN ON ALCOHOL. In entertaining tlio members and of ficials of the Muhvaree Shire Oouncil the president (Mr. P. F. O'Brien) said ho had followed tho exellent exarn plo of the King in not introducing any spirits at tho tables. (Hear, hear). His Majesty's action In banishing liq uor from his household was an exam plo which ought to be followed by everyone in all 'parts of tho Empire. Tho present time was one lor self-de nial, and money that might be ox ponded In liquor could bo bettor devo ted to rendering assistance In this world-wide crlBis. Tho councillors warmly endorsed the sentiments of tho president.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915
GORDON &GARLING -SOLICTOR S.- . LYNCH STREET, YOUNG. ' Koorawatha visited every Saturday. Murrumburrah, Harden and. other centroB by appointment. Spoclnl consideration given to Land Board matters. - Money to Lend on all clasacs of se curity In large or small sums. '
Husband Not Liable. GOODS PURCHASED BY WIFE WITHOUT HIS CONSENT. STOREKEEPER THE LOSER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915
Husband Not Liable. GOODS PURCHASED BY WIFE WITHOUT HIS CONSENT. STOREKEEPER THE} LOSER. A caso of interest to business peo ple was heard .-by Mr. P, B. Treatt P.M. ia tlio Young Small Debts Com on Wednesday, when ho non-suited W P. Weeden in a plaint brought against M. J. Leonard, ^or the recovery 0( £5 4s for goods said to havo been purchased by dofendant'3 wifo. it appears that on November 11th, 1912, M'rs. Leonard purchased tho goods Jor which payment was nought. They conslstQd of a lady's ready-made dust coat, and various other articles of fe male attire. She had, however, no account at Weeden/s store, but had on previous occasions made cash purchas es in the shop. On this occasion she asked that an account bo ppen-ed in Weeden's books, at tho same time statiug that Bhe had been -dealing at another store in town, but her husband would not allow her to go to that store again, owing- to his receipt of an ac count and a letter to which ho took exception'. Leonard was then proprie ...
Presbyterian Church. INDUCTION OF NEW MINISTER. CEREMONY TO TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915
Presbyterian Ghurch. INDUCTION OF NEW MINISTER. OEUEMONY TO TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY NEXT. To make the necessary arrange ments for the Induction- to tho Pres byterian charge of Young, of Rev. J. B. Steele, B.A., a meeting of the soc ial committee of St, Paul's churcli was held on Wednesday night. It was decided that tho ceremony of in duction take place at 3.30 p.m. on Tuesday next. In- the ovenlng, a soc ial gathering to welcome tho now Min ister, who comes fro«n Casino, will be held in the Oddfellow's Hall, commen cing at 8 o'clock. To tills function invitations have been issued to local clergymen, the Mayor and Mayoress. A-musical programme is 'being arrang ed by Miss Mclnnes and Mr. C. Ful ler, and refreshments will also bo served. As there will be a number of visiting ministers taking part in tho induction ceremony, arrangements for their accommodation- were also made. Prior to tho abovo meeting tho com mittee of management met and re ceived tho resignation .from tho sec retaryshi...
FINGER CUT OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915
FINGER CUT OFF. ! Mr. Norman Boardman. of Soymour I street, met with a painful accident at ! Thomas's wood yards, Bentin^k street, Bathurst, when he had the second fln iger of his left hand taken off by the (circular saw. It is the secrmd occas ion on which Boardman has met with I such an accidcnt, he having previous ly lost the Index finger of tne same hand In a corn cracker.
GRENFELL COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915
GRENFELL COMMON. About 405 acres of the Grenfoll Tern* porary Common will ho set apart for [Suburban Holdings, available on and aiter 26th April, in nine blocks varying in size from 4a. 3r. 2p. to 125a. 2. The | blocks are situated from within 1 to 2$ miles of Grenfell, and the annual renl for first period of 25 yeara ranges from , £1 to £3 2s 9d. Full particulars e.nd lithographs arc obtainable from the local Crown* Lands Agent.
SPORTING CANOWINDRA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915
SPORTING CANOWINDRA RACES. Tho Canowindra races opened on Tuoadav ftf»a resulted is fo-lo\u. Opening Handicap: Patchtop, 1; Or* gora (Pink), 2; Sukey (Higgins), 3. Only starters. Betting: 6 to 4 v tho winrt-er. "Won by a head. Trial Stakes: Jennie Brook (Kelr), 1; Lady Haven (Fiolds), 2; Redgraft ('Higgins), 3. Miss Bar, Sylbucca, Bellcaster, Ruby Roy, John B. also started. Betting: Eevns tho winner. Won by a length. Easter Handicap: Royal Colours (Griffiths), 1; Wild West (Kelr), 2; Panda (Higgins), 3. Other starters: Redtape, Rocklight. Bettin-g: 2 to I v the winner. Won by a length. Belubula Handicap: Brown and Pink (Fields), 1; Havestal (Stanraore), 2; Lady Haven (Reed), 3. Other star ters: Roowar, Martle. Betting: Evens the winner. Won by a length. Visitors* Handicap: Solanle (Hook), 1; Silent King (Ballantyne), 2; Purton (Pratt) 3. Other starters: Patchtop, Black Alick, Helro. Betting: 2 to 1 ? the winner. Won by a length. SECOND DAY. Following are tho results of the second da...
WHAT JOCKEYS EARNED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915
WHAT JOCKEYS EARNED. That It pays to bo a successful jock ey the results of the late A.J.C. meet ing afford substantial evidence. Even jockeys whose services were much In request, but were not fortunate enough "to reach the Judge," had a good week , the way of "losing mounts." which 1 were paid for at the rate of £2 each. Some jockeys are of course, paid very handsomely, in addition- to receiving the liberal percentage to which the rules entitle them. A present of £500 is not an uncommon happening, some owners being particularly free when flushed with victory, but even if pres ents were not added to the winning riders' fees at Randwick recently, it will bo generally admitted that some of the jockeys were not badly remuner-1 ated, according to the work performed. Jockeys, it may be stated, do not make bad debts in these times their fees be ing collected for them. Of the win ning riders during the A.J.C. four days A Wood received the biggest cheque, being entitled to £227 2s for his t...
A Peculiar Accident. PONY CAUGHT IN A PLOUGH. DRAWN ALONG THE GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915
A Peculiar Accident. PONY CAUGHT IN A PLOUGH. DRAWN ALONG THE GROUND. Yesterday Mr. W. .'Jasprizsa, of . "Falrvlew," Young, had a -peculiar ox-, porience, which fortunately resulted without injuf-y to hlra. . , 'Ho was,'' mounted on a pony otalllon, and rodo to one of Ills paddocks wliero plough ing operations with a 4-furrow plough were bp.ing carried out. Hiding along boside the plough, he was engaged in conversation with tho ploughman, when by somo means tho pony's front leg got fast in tho baclc wheel of tho plough. Both horse arid rider .were ' dragged along for several yards before the team could be pulled up. It was miraculous that, the horse's leg was rnot broken.
HAY £6 A TON IN STACK. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 April 1915
HAY £6 A TON IN STACK. On Tuesday, Messrs. Clements and McCarthy, conducted a sale of about 1400 tons of lucerne hay and 700 bush 'els of corn in the estate of the late William Hurst, jfartner, of Orton Park, [Bathurst. Record prices were real ised, the hoy averaging £6 per ton- in the stack. The total amount of salo was £2300. The com brought from 5/7 to 5/9 per Tjushol.