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Murrumburrah Pony Races RESULTS OF RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
Murrumburrah Pony 1 Races I RESULTS OF RACING. Tlte Murrumburrah Pony Racing Club held n meeting on Wednesday last. Tho attendance. of the public was only fair, and lncluilcd a fair sprinkling from Young. No doubt a larger contingent-would |iavu *eone from here had they known the races wero on, and somo expressed surprise when asked wero thy going to Miir ruinbiirrali, thinking that th next meet ing at that town was the M.T.CJ An nual meeting on February, 3rd anil 4th. Everything passed oft- satis factorily. Results: . OPENING HANDICAP, 11.2, 43 furlongs. Lnnago, 7.9 (Ilalluntyuc) ...... 1 Ilorrowmore, 7.12 (Anderson) .... .> Modongo, S.10 (FJynn) i! Three out of nine on tlio curd star ted In this race which was nu easy win for Lanago who led from start to fin ish, and won by lialf a head. Hutting 6 to 4 "oil" Modongo, evens Lanugo, I to 1 Uorrowmore. NOVICE TROT-1', miles. Banjo, scr., (O'Hehlr) t Sllvenvood ccr. (H. Spcer) 2 Kitty Wllks, 22see. bhd. (Smith) .. :! Other starters...
MINE EXPLOSION. MINER BLOWN TO PIECES. KALGOORLIE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
, "MINE EXPLOSION. MINER BLOWN TO PIECES. KALGOORLIE, Friday. A shocking accident occurred at the Golden Horseshoe mine, Kaltfoorlie. Joseph Turga, .miner, with another Italian was working at the 1600 ft. level, after charging four I10I03 the other Italian went to the top to he in readiness to haul Turga up after igniting the fuse. Soon afterwards there was an explosion and Turgha was blown to pieces. Exactly how the fatality occurred is not clear.
Friendly Societies Fraternity Club COMBINED LODGES MEET IN CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
Friendly Societies - Fraternity Club 'IJ COMBINED LODGE8 MEET CONFERENCE. A meeting ot delegates rrom llio various lodges of tlio town was con vened In responso to n call rrom the } o o.R, to discuss Die advisability, of forming a Social Club In connection with tile Friendly Societies; tlie meet ing took place In tlio Oddfellow's Hall Inst night,wllen tl,ere wore llrescnt'-~ jjros, n. Martin and W. Wheatley (I o O.F.), J" Baker and Jack Fatter son (H.A.C.B.S.), W. G. Rogers and Jos. Patterson (G.U.O.O.F.), A. E. PI,mips and J. Patterson (M.U., 1 0,0.I'M. B. J- Weed en and II. Stew art (P.A.F.S.). jlro. Martin In explaining why tlie meeting was called thought a good Club could be formed and brought the matter before tlie Independent Order O F who were unanimous in launch ing 'the affair, and in consequence lie wrote for delegates to attend. It occurred to him that there were good grounds to form a club o£ this kind for fraternal gatherings, such as rac es picnics, euchre parties for ...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
SPORTING. Ariel, a speedy pony by Thespian, from Little Uuliy, won two races at Cnnowimlru. Hhe subsequently chan ged hands for £50. It \n said tho local pony mare Tampa will shortly race In Sydney. Parccllu another local pony, is now *c train In tho city. Tho annual meetiug of members of the Young Turf Club will be held on Monday night. As the annual races havo been fixed for March 10 and 11, n good roll-up of members is desired. The local pony Borrowmore was un successful at Murrumbttrrah pony meeting on Wednesday. Starting at 4 to 1 Borrowmoro was ouly just bea ten. She was left behind at the start. . In a Held of three, Tampa romped home iu the 14.1 Handicap at Murrain burrah last Wednesday. . Bendick Morrel Jockoy Club will hold it* annual racc meeting on Feb ruary 19th. Now, wake up, Marengo. It's time your programmes were out. Murrumburrah Turf Club annual meeting, is advertised In this issue. The programme is an attractive one, and the. secretary (Mr. P. O'Brien) has a train...
GENERAL NEWS. BLACK SNAKE AT CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
GENERAL NEWS. ! . i BLACK SNAKE AT CHURCH. White the Congregational scrvice . was proceeding In tho Rosevllle Hail . on Sunday morning last a cry w»n iui- ! sed that there was a snuke in the hull- , ding. A wild scramble on tho part of tho younger section of the comjro.w tion to find It and of the elders to a place of safety, followed Immediately, and the swiftly moving body of n black snake . was sighted making for the door. The reptile, which was about three feet in length, disappeared In a passage way. and the alarm pprend to tho residents of the vicinity. Mr*. Maxmlllan Foy, who resides next door got his gun, and the grass was thor oughly searched by an excited crowd, but the snake got clean away. A few minutes later the service, which had been suspended, in the excitement of the chase, was resumed.
OPEN COLUMN. MR. JOHN LYNCH M.P. REPLIES TO CRITICISM. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
OPEN COLUMN.. MR. JOHN LYNCH M.P. REPLIES TO CRITICISM. (To tUo Editor). Sir,-Your Harden correspondent in Iiut Issue, lias his harmless little lling at myself, and which by the way I can well afford to ignore. 1 can also overlook his drivel about my al leged failure to champion the cause of the sharefarincr at the annual biui* ness mooting of the Young P.L.L, and his comments upon my ownership of freehold land-all of which matters by the way are utterly irrelevant to the questions as to whether Stale or private ownership of land Is most con* dnclve to the country's progress, or the world's peace and welfare. My views on such subjects are well known and received-in spite of the strenuous* opposition of your covre*^ pondent-recent endorsement from the electors. Hut on this occasion lie adds a little spiteful piece of roman cing which lie attributes to the man in the street (when everyone know* "the man In the soup" Is the real au thor). To quote your corresponded. "The limn on the st...
GRABBING THE WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
GRABBING THE WHEAT. On Saturday last a very good ex ample of the absurd lengths to which the "wheat grab" ia being carried, oc curred in Murrumburrah. Mr. J. W. Buchanan sold a lot of seed wheat to the Barwang Estate, and sent it to town to be transferred to the Bar wang waggon. The police however, stepped in and took charge of the wheat, refusing to allow delivery. Such an action as this Is currying the busi ness beyond all reason. Why should A farmer be debarred from supplying his neighbour with seed? -Signal.
ANOTHER ATTACK ON DOVER. GERMAN SUBMARINES REPORTED SUNK. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
ANOTHER ATTACK ON DOVER. GERMAN SUBMARINES REPORTED SUNK. SVDXtiY. Thursday. Another unsuccessful attack lints been made by Gernmu submarines on Dover. The sentries on duty above the town discovered two submarines endeavouring to cuter the harbor and ! tiie alarm was given. The batteries at once opened a furious fire, and the | hostile vessels disappeared in a hail | oC shells. Jl is reported that both of them were sunk and a search .s be* in# made at' the sea iloor in the vicin ity. At the same time there is a good deal of nervousness among resi dents of coastal towns on account of airships having been sighted crossing the Channel.
HORSE SALE AT KOORAWATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
HOUSli SALE AT KOOKAWATIIA. A Jargc number of very good cln* QH of horses were yarded for sale ror military purposes at Harrison's sale yards, last week, and some very good prices were realised. The prices ot- , lained ranged from Xl:! to X-'n per head, and quite a number of remounts were purchased at £20 per head, sel lers were present from Young, Cowia, Hendick Morrcll. Greeuetlwrpe, Hum bnldry, Morongla. Rnrrowa Kiver. breakfast Creek and Cocomingln.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
GORDON & GARLING -SOLICTOR S. LYNCH STIU31CT, YOUNG. Kooruwatlia visited every Saturday. Murrumburrali. Harden and other centres by appointment. Special consideration given to Land Board matters. Money to Lend on atl classes of se curity In large or small sums. DENTAL NOTICE. -\[n. J. F. CUNNINGHAM, lias now 1U 1U3SUM10D PRACTICE at Ms Ilooms, Cunich's Buildings, Lynch St., Young.
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. Phases of the Moon. Lnst Quarter, Oth. at 7J:> u.m. Now Moon, JGlh, at 2.12 a.in. First Quarter, 2:h'&lt;l. at o.!52 p.m. Full Moon, Ulst, nt 2.11 p.m. Sun JUses. Set.s. Friday, 15th -1.50 ".10 Saturday, Kith ...... 5.0 7.10 Sunday, 17th 5.1 7.9 .Monday, ISth 1.- 7.!) Tuesday, 19th ."».:! 7.n Wednesday, 20th .. .. 5,4 7.U Thursday, 21st .. .. 5.5 7.S Friday, 22nd 5.G 7.S Saturday, 23rd 5.IJ 7.8 Sunday, 24th 5.7. 7.7
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
Department of Taxation, George Street, North, Sydney, 2lird December, 1U14. INCOME TAX. "Incomc Tax (Management) Act 1912," and "Income Tax Management (Amendment) Act, 1914." "V'OTICE Is hereby given, under sec tlon 20 of the "Income Tux (Man ngement) Act, 1912," that Returns of Income received during the year, 1011, for the purposes of the assessment of Incuuio Tax, are required to be fur nished to the Commissioners oL' Tax ation, at their Office, George-street, North, Sydney, on or before the tenth (10th) day ot February, 1915, and ail persons who nro in receipt of income, and all persons liable under the pro visions of the above Acts in any re presentative capacity to furnish re turns for the purposes aforesaid, arc hereby informed that the prescribed Forms of Returns are now available, and (cxcept those for Companies) may be obtained on application at any Post Office, Police Office, Custom House, Railway Station, and the Office of any Clerk of Petty Sessions in New South Wales, ...