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VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

VITAL STATISTICS. The following are the vital statistics for the district of Young for the quar ter ending 31st December, 1914: - Births, 74 (40 mules and 514 females); Marriages, 12; Deaths, 2:: (12 males and 11 females).

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

CURRENT NEWS. Messrs. 0. II. ISllerman and Co. wish us to draw the attention of their numerous clients that from this date on, their usual fortnightly sales will be held In C. Wright & Co*« yards (op posite Church of England). The first sale (as per advertisement in this Is sue) is on SHli January, at 2 p.m. sharp.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOT IN A CROWD. MAN MYSTERIOUSLY WOUNDED. WELLINGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

SHOT.IN A CROWD. MAN MYSTERIOUSLY WOUNDED. WELLINGTON. Saturday. Last niht, while Patrick Noonan, a laborer, 40, was standing talking to a man amid a crowd of others in front of the Court House Hotel, a shot was heard, uud Noonan was wounded eor ionsly in thd left groin. He was ad* mitted to the hospital, In a dying con* (IHlon, and liis depositions taken. There Is not the faintest chie as where the shot came. Noonan is a married man with two children. A general meeting of the committee of tiie Young Branch of Red Crosa will be held In the Fhoonlx Room, Town Hall, on' Friday, 8th inst., at. 4 p.iq. TJie Mayoress hopes for a gaod attendance, fla the business Is Ira portent,

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

RED CROSS. The hou. secretary (Mrs. Metcalfe) will be glad it any ladles filling to do sewing or knitting in their own homes will communicate with Iter, as she has some garments ready for dlstrl button.. In the Sydney papers there Is an appeul for more clothing, espec* .i>- for knitted socks; and pyjamas are still required. Oh December 30th two pillows with cases received with thanks from Miss K. Minahan, Red* bridge, Murrumburrah, 8 pairs of grey flannel pyjamas made by Mesdames Tierney senr., Bleasdale, Edwards, and Jones from material supplied by Mrs. Tester's sewing circle; also two flannel shifts and one cholera belt. A box of books and magazines was also sent. Will persons who have not remembered to send a pillow kindly do so, for next packing as these are still urgently required. Young and dis trict should at least send 100 pillows and so far only 32 have been forward qfcgs to the depot at Mrs. Geo. Hey* Molds, and she has kindly packed, them ed. The following persons have...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"CAUL TO ARMS THE CALL OF GOD," [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

"CAUL TO ARMS THE CALL QF GOD," Til? unique and impressive spectacle of an Empire at prayer, was witness ed on Sunday when the call to inter* cession in connection with the pres ent war was answered by every Chris tian church throughout the British Em pire. Nor was this universal prayer for God's blessing and guidance con fined lo the Empire, for in France and Russia the same appeal was made on behalf of the forces of the allied armies. In Australia the several churches made their own Arrange ments. The Anglican Church folloy.'* cd a form of service authorised by the Archbishop of Canterbury, and a pas* toral letter, signed by all the Common* wealth archbishops and bishops, was read hi the churches. I* directed tiie attention o (the congregations to the spectacle of a world distracted to-day .y warfare on an unparalleled scale, and advised the people to use the aw ful visitation as a means of bringing them closer to God. No occasion could be more ilttiug than the first Sunday in the...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LOCALLY BUILT MOTOR CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

A LOCALLY BUILT MOTOR CAR. j .Not very often do we hear of a man I taking It in his head to build u motor I ear, but we have owe at Young, Jii the person of Mr. S. M. Cropley, who I not ojily took on the Idea but has I completed Ills object near enough, we / beJJeve, to have the cur out for a road trial. Much credit Is due to Mr. Cropley for the way he persevered with it, lor everyone Knows that u motor car cannot he built iu one day by a person single handed, consider ing lie had no tools or machinery much to work with., Mr. Cropley do voted his time day npd night almost to the building of the car which has taken very nearly six months. The cooling part of the engine Is done by two funs, one driven oil' the main shaft uud the other on the flywheel; the car is also fitted with a hood and wind screen. The builder at one time had an accident while soldering up the petrol tank; he was holding* a lamp uear the tank and there happen ed to be a little ben/Auo in It >vhlch he did not Kn...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Income Tax RETURNS DUE TO FEBRUARY 10. SOME OF THE PENALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

income Tax RETURNS DUE TO FEBRUARY 10. SOME OF THE PENALTIES. ' The Income Tux Commissioners are preparing for this year, and everybody In New South Wales has to send in a correct return of their incomes by February 10th. Everybody includes ' the man whose income in 1914 was one .sovereign just as much as it does the man who received ten thousand pounds. The law is definite 011 this point* and arrangements are being made by which the Commissioners may rake the whole'State in search of delinquents. A word of warning has been issued in this regard reminding taxpayers tlmt the penalties for mm2uuij*:i«i;ce have been increased. In the case of a person refusing to allow his books to be scrutinised, that peruou will be tined £10 and £5 for each succeeding day. . Resistance, therefore, will be costly. During the year just closed the pro secutions of sporting men were num erous. These men failed to return anything to the department and suf fered at the hands of the law. Others were dealt wi...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 4th, 1915. (Before Mr. R. W. Collins, J.P.). VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 4tli, 1915 (Before Mr. It. W. Collins, J.l . VAGRANCY. -George Loder (75) was charged wum having 110 lawfully visible means of support. Constable Smith stated that the de fendant some few weeks ago left to go to a honio in Sydney. On -M' December, he was lying on the font I path near the lock»up, and witness asked him when ho came back. lJt'' feadant told him that he walked from Wyalong and that h elmd no money, and no swag, lie asked for something to eat, as lie was starving. Witnt'** gave him dinner and ho went away He lmd been poking about the town since in a filthy condition and cow* plaints had been received that lie Juid been demanding money from resi dents. Defendant was sont to gaol for thu'u months. I The latest Hug-time Music at l'*!' Jag's, Young.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Smallpox at Parramatta A CASE REPORTED. PARRAMATTA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

Smallpox at Parramatta A CASE REPORTED. PA11RAMATTA, Tuesday A case of small-pox lias boon covered at Pnrramatta.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Broken Hill Sensation CONDITION OF THE WOUNDED. ALIEN MINEWORKERS TO STAND DOWN. BROKEN HILL, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

| Broken Hill Sensation j CONDITION OF THE WOUNDED. : ALIEN' MINEWOJIKERS TO STAND j .DOWN. i BROKEN HILL, Tuesday. The Broken Hill tragedy is being closely investigated mso uy the mili tary authorities. All the wounded are doing well, except Thomas Campbell, who is in a critical condition. 'A notice has been posted at 'he Central Mine indicating that ail alien employees must stand down for the time being. All the m.n-^. work yesterday full handed, without trouble. Broken Hill since Friday has prac tically been under Military Rule.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

SPORTING. Pino Park, by Warroo-Ruby Rose, annexed the New Year's Gift at the Orange races, Panda being second and Bran Pan third. The starters inclu ded the Uatliurst performer Praenium and the Rouge Croix gelding Red Vel vet. ADELONG RACES. Opening Handicap-ljacmalacl S.1C (Bnker), 1; Pondor 8.2 (Boone), 2. Trial Stakes, C fur.-Lord Tulker, 8.2 (Stanmore), 1; Cliecker, 7.2 (Allatt), 2; Sibi, 8.2 (Baker), !). Other star ters: Southern King, Hoyu King, Os culatress, Mnctaganet, Jack Pollard, U.K., Dr. Nikola, Poslale. Adelong Cup, 1 mile.-Fitzmack, S.5 (Hoystead), 1; Inverara, 7.0 (Boone), 2; l'enilor. S.O (Stanmoro), 3. Santia go mid Slmlnia also ran. Gadarii Handicap, G fur.-Mullcn guen, 7.5 (Stacey), 1; Taterson, 7.0 | (Boone), 2. Welter Handicap, 7 furlongs.-The Oriental, 8.7 (Allatt), 1; Barthowan, 0.0 (Baker), 2; Talbingo, S.O, 3.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. BENDICK MORRELL v. WOOD-STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

Cricket. BENDICK MORRELL v. WOOD STOCK. The two days' cricket match be-1 UM «n Dendlck Morrett and Woodstock j which commenced on Boxing Day. i proved a very good game, Woodstock u'itmiUK Uy U9 runs. For Woodstock } T. Mickey 80, C. Newham 01, and J. I Ui'tvs *.5 treated the spectators to, h.uk* Hue cricket, while Ilcld and o'jiriwi did the lions share of the k>vvling. For the visitora T. Tun m-y til». L. Tunney 50, and J. Coffey, flowed bust form. Baker was easily Mh.» hr;«t howler. Following are the .score*:-? WOODSTOCK-1st Innings. T. liickey, b Baker <5. Wilson, c Maher, b Coffey .... T. Newham, b Baker ('< .Newham, st., b Baker West, c, b Baker A. tioodacre, b Tunney .. .. .. J. Down, st iMaber, b Baker .... t». Dews, st.. Maher, b Baker .... X. Hold, b Baker 0 Thnrtle, b Baker I >. Stokes, not out ^ . Sundries 10 total 1-9 2nd Innings. T. liickey. c and b Baker ...... 84 Dews, c and b Baker ...... 20 T. N'cwhum, Ht Mahey, b J. Coffey 0 Xnwham, not o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

Municipal Council FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council of the Municipality of Young was held on Thursday night last, in the absence of the Mayor, Aid. W. J. Hills was voted to .tlie chair. There were also present Aldermen Rabbets, Whiteman, Rennle, Cooke, and Beard. .Mr. A. A. Trompf submitted plan of proposed subdivision of his property and asked Council's consent for same. -Referred to the Works Committee. Approval of the Governor's consent for the Council to borrow £4000 and ii>000 respectively to replace deben ture* was forwarded by the Works De partment.-Received. THE TOWN HALL AGAIN. Country Amusements Company wrote re booking of Town Hall and stated that they could not decide as to wheth er they would require the hall In Jan iiary until they had received a reply from the Council as to whether they could get the hall on Saturday night. Aid. Rabbets moved that the Town Hull be granted to the company for one Saturday night each month. He was again...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORK AT BURRINJUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

WORK AT BURRINJUCK. 1 During the Christmas and New Year 1 holidays a number of persons paid a visit to tho Burrinjuck darn. Good progress is being made with the exca vations for the northern spill away, and this portion should be ready for concreting early in March next. The blocks for the mould on the wall are well in hand, the first line being finish* ed and set in position. This work will occupy another two or three months. Excavation work is also be* i lng carried out on the Black Andrew side. Work will be resumed on Jan«| uaryCth. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Day of Intercession SERVICES IN S. JOHN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

Day of Intercession SERVICES IN S. JOHN'S CHURCH. In common with nil the Anglican Churches tlirougiiout tlio Empire, spec ial services ot Intercession for the war were held In St. John's churci, \oung, on Sunday. At a!) the ser vices the Churci. was crowded wfth worshippers wh0 cnnle from ne«r^ij iar. The country centres were well S?!1?-111"T60' Wanlbnnuiiiba lenrflm. Src,nfe" roatl. Tipperary each' """to. The service! used tthich was that approved ami torture"T 'iy tlle ArO>bJshop of Cnn Oiilckl wli" m0Sl Sns»Mn« one- T,le uincial Service was at 11 o'clock im. sha,r ss,t: /he "ie SMsr 'i h^-unC ed° hS m°St conspicuously display of' Mm suspended from the celling I iL 1LI n'7,!'Te('lat0,y I ;{ie al,tar* It added considerably m the Churcif in?aUi"tul Wiaranco of uie <_nurch interior. in the «?oiih. rS^rPWcc"^a laT ^ ^ «e .service uflg conducted by Rev. «oi <* Champion (Rector). d is our refuSQ and strength « -PsST Averse"'6 °£ 'r°"Wc-" On these words the'lteot...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To-Day's War News SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

To-Day's War News SYDNEY, Tuesday. |§| Reports from-Sluys state that the road from Oosterzelle to Ghent is mined every 50 metres with the inten tion of hampering the Allies artillery Four French and two British Avia tors attacked Metr, by night and 0)0 considerable damage to the various military positions.; Experts consider that the big battle in Poland is now virtually ended. The Germans have everywhere been repul sed with heavy losses. The enemy continues to attack but I is trying to gain time pending new operations. A vigorous artillery duel Is raging along the whole of the Vistula front. The enemy's attempts to advance at some points along the Bizura failed. Several hundred Germans were out flanked and ambUBhed at Koslowsis kapl on the Bizura, where Prussians and Bavarians had been sent and Aus trlans who had been ordered to hold the ground at all costs. Meanwhile feverish preparations are being made at Cracow, and Austrians declare that if they are unable to hold the fortress t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Fire Brigade PROPOSED CHANGE OF FIRE STATION. STRONG CRITICISM BY THE ALLERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

The Fire Brigade PROPOSED.CHANGE OF FIRE STATION. STUOXU CRITICISM BY THE AL^liUMlSN. The action. the Fire Brigade Board in the proposal to remove the site of the Young Fire Station and in cur unnecessary expense to the rate payers wus strongly criticised at the last meeting of the local Council, aud it was decided thai a letter be written to the Fire Brigade Board, asking that further particulars be supplied before any action is taken. The matter came before the Council in u notilica tion received from the Hoard regard ing the estimates of expenditure for Young during 1915. The total amount proposed was £234, including £100 for proposed renewal of Are station. Mr. Shepherd, the Council's representative 1 on the Board also sent a notilication to the Council re same. £300 had been placed on the estimates for a new site. The new site is situated in Burrowa Street East, next to Dr. 1'urcluis' resideuce and owned by Mr. 11. Tenipletoiij.. It has a frontage of 1135 feet to /Burrowa stree...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Late Mr. James Gordon SECOND MAYOR OF YOUNG. PORTRAIT TO BE HUNG IN TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

i Late Mr. James Gordon | SECOND MAYOR OF YOUNG. : 1'OllTltAIT TO BE HUNG IN TOWN 11 ALU. As a result of u communication re> coived by the Municipal Council from Mr. T. B. Treatt, P.M., at Its lust meeting, asking that the Council con tribute something towards the cost of having h life-sized portrait of the late .Mr. James Gordon hung in the Young Court-house, the question was raised of having the portraits of all the May ors placed in the Town Hall. It was generally agreed that the idea was n good one, and it was decided for the present to hnve a portrait of the late Mr. James Gordon, who was the sec ond person to occupy the Mayoral Chair of Young, placed in the 'Cham bers. The aldermen present signified their willingness to contribute to the cost. In dealing with the letter from the P.M. general approval was ex-, pressed at the proposed memorial, but it was thought that the Council should do something itself. Aid. NVhiteman thought that a por trait of all the Mayors of the town...

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The Missing Endeavour LIFEBOATS PICKED UP. HOBART, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

The Missing Endeavour LIFEBOATS PICKED UP. HOBART, Tuesday. What looks like one of the missing Endeavour's lifeboats rests 1ms been picked up on the beach at Harlequin point. A further search is being made. / You cuii bear Caruso, Melba, ant Tettruzaiui Kecords at PollnjrW.

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Show Ground Sensation YOUNG WOMAN POISONED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 5 January 1915

Show Ground Sensation YOUNG WOMAN POISONED. Considerable excitement was caused In the vicinity of the Showground on Saturday last, when it was reported that a woman named Alice Ruby Bent ley (aged 21) had been poisoned with wax matches. Dr. Kerr was Inform ed and he hastened to the scene. On his arrival the woman, had ran out of the houBe, and the doctor we believe, succeeded in overtaking lier and with all speed he drove to the Burrangong Hospital, where the woman "was treat ed. The patient is doing well, and is expected to be all right in a few days.

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