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DID NOT SIGN THE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
DID NOT SIGN THE LETTER. Mr. C. A. Burgess, SJ.L.A.,'has re ceived a IptlSr.from a farmer la this district asking to bo Informed of thp best way to secure scedwliept, but thp writer omitted to attach his I1JIU10 to liis letter. Mr. Burgess says ho will he only too happy to send on partlpi} Inrs if tile farmer wild wrote the letter will notify him of his name and ad dress. . * t A girl named Bpll, agpd 12, llylng Ht at farm near Dwellingup, in West Aus tralia, was found In bed with her head utmost scvored. A man who was sup posed to bo a Maltese, escaped on a ?bicycle., The girl's father and the pol ice are scouring the country.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
"Second All kinds, types and "" sizes. Very large stock, must be moved quickly. Extremely low prices and easy terms to ensure prompt clearance. SAMPLE BARGAINS No. 0838 GJ h p. Hornaby Portable Oil Engine. In flrit-clmi condition throughout. Price £77. Worth £100. No. 0810-20 h.p. 'I.Il.C*1 Gasolene Traction Engine. Has done very little work nnd is in excellent order. Price £289. Worth £400. So. S505-1G 1 AI.0 .or. a... 80 ^ a .«ll .h. " v.u WE SELL WOOL and are selling brokers only. Our business success depeuds solely on our ability to do well for customers. This is why growers find it desirable . to consult UP. The four original founders of the firm still actively manage it. They are assisted by specially trained expert departmental managers. Each client or enquirer secures the best attention and advice that can .be given. Write us. Address letters : Winchcombe, Carson Limited Wool Brokers Sydney. SOMETHING' ABOUT TR0UGIIN6 - Jlj TSB ordinary kind of Galvanised Iron Troughiug soon...
War Food Fund YOUNG DISTRICT TOTAL NOW OVER £1114. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
War Food Fund YOUNG DISTIUCT TOTAL NOW' OVER £1114. The Hon. Treasurer reports having received the following additional con tributions to the land: Amount previously ac knowledged .. .. .. £1041 10 :1 Millard & Sons Ltd. .. .. 25 0 0 Millard & Sou a employees fund .. Ill 10 o Anderson Bros, .. 10 '1 A. A. Rodda (Price & Cp.) 10 0 0 M. I. Browne .. .. .. V. 5 " Tbuddungra. Social 3 7 " J. Aston 1 ! " P. A. Sutherland ...... I 1 ' Young Junior Football Club 0 W 't H. F. Steyens (4th Instill nieqtj ;. .". J ? 1 Totql ,, ., .. ,, £1114 .11 :i j During heavy fighting North of So!" I sons, the Allies progressed North M-'14' of Crony, but were forced to glvi ground at Vregny.
OBITUARY. MRS. M. A. RHALL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
OBITUARY. MRS. M. A. RHALL. Once again it is our sad duty to re- cord the death of another of the old pioneers of the Young district, for on Wednesday last Mrs. Mary Ann Rhall, relict of the late Mr. John P. Rhall, passed away at the age of 77 years. She had been a sufferer for the past twelve months and during that time her life was continually despaired of, but owing to the ever watching and nursing of the members of her fam- ily, the inevitable end was delayed, and she passed away as stated on Wed- nesday morning, after a long and hon- orable life. The late Mrs. Rhall was born at Bong Bong, Moss Vale, in the year 1838, and when 18 years of age mar- ried her late husband at Moss Vale, therefore the union which only death can sever lasted in this case for 59 years. Mr. Rhall only predeceased his wife by five months, his death tak- ing place on August 8th last year. About 50 years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Rhall came to Young, and settled at Spring Creek, and in the course of their long lif...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
IN MEMORIAM. HALL.—In Loving Memory of my dear Father, William Hall, who pass- ed away, January 14th, 1913. Aged 76 years. Gone and forgotten by some you may be, &nbsp; But never forgotten dear Father by me. —Inserted by his adopted daughter— K. Venables. HALL.—In Loving Memory of my dear Father, William Hall, who died January 14th, 1913. How we miss your loving footsteps How we long to hear you call, Yet in life we still can see you By your dear photo on the wall. —Inserted by his sorrowing loved ones, Peter, Annie and children. HALL.—In fond and loving memory of my dear Grandfather, William Hall, who died January 14th, 1913. Away in a lonely graveyard, Under a lonely sod. There lies my darling Grandfather, Resting in peace with God. —Inserted by his sorrowing grand- child—Queenie Morrison. &nbsp; RETURN THANKS. THE Sons and Daughters of the late Mrs. John Rhall, desire to ex- press their sincere thanks to their many kind freinds for letters, cards, and telegrams re...
Health Matters SANITARY INSPECTOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
Health Matters SANITARY INSPECTOR'S REPORT. The Sanitary Inspector (Mr. Thos. &nbsp; Bleasdale) presented his usual fort- nightly report to the Municipal Council last night. It was as follows: The following applications for re- gistration as dairymen and milk ven- dors have been received, and I have to recommend that came be granted renewals, as the premises are all up to the standard. Dairies: K. Hop- wood, T. Hancock, A. S. Loomes, W. Dobson, J. Comerford, H. J. Nesbit, E. McDermott, L. S. Miller, E. A. Speer, M. Krebs, E. Reus, A. Wales, P. Staunton, C. Smlthers. Milk Ven- dors: T. R. Stone, W. H. Batkin, Ken- ny and Co., H. J. Nesbit, H. A. Gie- seke. &nbsp; An application for renewal of fish license has been received from Peter &nbsp; Aroney, as manager for Geo. Aroney, &nbsp; and I have to recommend that came be granted. &nbsp; A further application has been re- ceived from Messrs. Kenny and Co. &nbsp; for a small goods license, ...
DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
DISTRICT NEWS. (From our Exchanges). Mr. A. G. Post, of "Moorcia Vale," Cookardinia, died on Tuesday after- noon, 5th inst., after a short illness. The deaceased who was 58 years of age, was a native of Cookardinia dis- trict. St. Saviour's Church, Ladysmith, near Wagga, was the scene of a wed- ding on Wednesday, January 6th, Ca- non Pike officiating. The contrac- ting parties were Ernest Albert, sixth son of Mrs. H. G. Smith, of Book Book, and the late Mr. H. G. Smith, of Ladysmith, and Eva Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Lane, of Book Book. The church was beau- tifully decorated for the occasion by friends of the bride and bridegroom. One of the most outrageous and fan- tastic impositions ever shouldered up- on a much taxed public seemingly without redress (says the Grenfell Record) is the impudent levy upon ratepayers in the shape of estimated fire expenditure for this municipali- ty of Grenfell, and we have no hesi- tation in denouncing this as perhaps the most flagran...
Illness of Dr. Rygate CONDITION VERY GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 15 January 1915
Illness of Dr. Rygate CONDITION VERY GRAVE. The very many friends both in Young and Greufell districts, of Dr. R. E. Rygate, of Grenfell, will regret to learn that his condition gives cause for grave anxiety. He is at present an inmate of the Sacred Heart Hospi- tal, Young, suffering from typhoid in a very virulent form. He was seen yesterday by a specialist from Sydney, who returned to the city last night. On inquiry this afternoon we were in- formed that no hopes were held out for his recovery.
COMMANDEERING WAR HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915
COMMANDEERING WAR HORSES. A subscriber asks:-Would you be kind enough to answer the following question: Can the Government .ta.ko liorses from a firmer for ptirpose;of the war, that lie lias to mak3 his living out of, and only give him half the value lie wants for them? Answer:-The military autliorltiu? have the power to commando*? any I horses required for war purposes but. I they must give full value for :h»m, I Anyone net satisfied can appeal to a ' Judge of the Supreme Cours.- "The ; I Land" ". ! WHY SHOULD.WOMEN SUFFER. Old time logic accepted It as a mat ; tcr of cold fact that women were made ! to suffer from girlhood to the grave.. What a monstrance doctrine. A book dealing with the matter of palii and suffering as affecting wowen-folli and which tells how thousands hav been restored by a simple hometrp» ment to permanent health after yearn of pain, will be sent free to anyone who cuts out tL.s advt, and sends it to Dopt. A113 LALIES' COLLEGE OK HEALTH, 54 Oxford street, Syd...
"INDIAN DARTO." [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915
"INDIAN DARTO." At the Aralucn Police Court (before Mr. G. II. Williams) William John Smith and James Henry L»onergan wore charged with betting on the Ara lucn racecourse, on December 26. The game defendants played is known to the fraternity as "Indian Darto." The. charge was altered by tho P.M. to hotting on a hicecourso on which sports other than horse races, pony races, trotting events or coursing wero being held. Defendants pleaded gull* ty, and were each lined £20 "or three months' hard labour in Goulburn gaol.
WAR AND PROMISSORY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915
WAR AND PROMISSORY NOTfc'S. G.H. (Young), asks the "Land."-Jy It a fact tliat'no one can claim a pro missory note until the end of the vjir? -Mr. J. W. Braund ("The Land'a" solicitor) replies:-The holder or a promissory note can claim' payment thereof at ttie'due date; the war!does' not interfere with the holder's right to payment/ ,f ° '' 'N\
BOYS AND MILITARY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915
BOYS AND MILITARY SERVICE. I A novel case, the first of Hh lend, I came before the police court on Frl ! day last, when the firm of Kitchener, i Ltd., was proceeded against for a ! breach of the Commonwealth Defence Aca. It was alleged they had pen alised an employee, Robert Ilalliday, 118, by dismissal for rendering person I al service required by his commanding offlcor. J ialliday deposed that the day before he left, .lit response to a call for inobollsatlon, the manager told !him he -would find his position just as ! he left it. William Cliorley deposed , that Mr. Smyth, manager of the mer cery department, informed him that Halliday was incompetent, and he had dismissed him on tl)at account. The magistrate found the charge true and fined the defendant company £20 with £3 3s costs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915
Important to Farmers. Tlie New McCormick Drill la fitted with chain drive wh'ch makes it absolutely, the " best drill on the market. _ Call in at our depot and inspect the new improved grain sowing device. Easy Terms for Early Orders. . TRESILIAN & DUN, LOCAL AGENTS .Phone 55. FELL m LOWE tTJOTTH DT And BOQJEfHIY IT SUTOOtEBflT &WAY. WHAT ELSE ! BUT Touring* £210. - llunabbut £190. Sydney Prices. Young Motor and Engineering Works, Ltd. The Only Ford Depot at Young. A Car on the Road is worth two in the Garage A big reason for Ford popularity is Ford dependability. Extraordinary Reductions in Summer Costumes at Learmont's French Cambric Costumes, up-to-date in style and thoroughly well made, 7/6. 10/6, 12/6. Your pick now for 5/11. Two only White Mjslin Costumes, beautifully trimmed with Swiss Embroidery and Insertion. Usual price 30/-, now 10/ Tussorette Costumes, splendid wearing and washing, 19/6, 22/6. Clearing at 10/6 each. White Linen Skirts, 10/6, 12/9, 14/6. '...
Bendick Worrell Sensation. A CHILD LOST. BABY SLEEPS WHILE RESIDENTS SEARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915
Bendick Worrell Sensation. A CHILD LOST. BABY SLEEPS WHILE RESIDENTS SEARCH. During the week ue youngest son of Mr. and Mrs.. .Grimes, of the Ben* dick Morrell Postal Department, was missed from his home at.dusk. The parents did not become uneasy nt hlo absence n» the little fellow had be come attached to .Mr; Linlcy Warto.i and had always went over to his house when possible. However, upon in quiry, It was ascertained that Mr. NVarton had not seen him. The alarm was at once given and about 50 people male and female, began a search. As the Httla chap, is only about two years old, it was not thought that he could go far in the time from when last seen, but as there are several dams in close proximity to his parents home grave fears as to what may be the re sult, therefore, some residents explor ed their dams, others searched the bush, others again explored the rail way line expecting to find his little mangled body. For two hours the search was continued without avail, jand the impre...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915
) GENERAL NEWS. Japim is sending Tied Crow* contin gonts to ISnglnnd nnd France. The formers at Grenfell are now al lowed to deliver wheat to the local miller It the^ miller pays twopeuce per bushel to tho Government buyer. As tli© miller has to unload and pay all expense* the chargo seems tin extor tion. Australians 1n London have decld ed to form a branch or the Austra lian Native Association, and to apply to the Australian association for a charter. r Sub-Inspector Somervallle, who was for 24 years stationed in Gouiburn, died on Tuesday afternoon at Malt land, after a painful illness. He was highly esteemed by ail who knew him, A very interesting iustance of long. I evity and fecundity in tho Jersey I breed 'of cattle is reported from S. Australia. This cow, owned by Mr. H. C. Toppfn, of IClamo, Plyrupton, is named "Barbara ill,," is 17 years old, and in that time has produced 18 calves, and is carrying her nineteenth at present, and giving lib. of butter daily. She has, in her t...
Sunday Telephone. INCREASED COST FOR CALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915
Sunday Telephone. INCREASED COST FOR CALLS. People who "ring up" on the 'phone on Sundays, "just to have a yum, vou know," will, if talking*on n trunlc lino have to pay doublo ratos Blnco Sunday last. Local calls will not ho charged any extra for, but persons using the trunk lines, viz., Moatcnglo, Harden, Grenfel), Cowra, Yuss, Thuddungro, Tubbnl, Koorawatlm etc., will have to pay double rates. t .
MAMMOTH PEACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915
MAMMOTH PEACHES. Yesterday, Mrs. 13. C. Withers, of Temora road, Young, called at the Witness Office with a sample of peach eR grown by her husband at his gar den this year. &lt; The peaches brought to ur are the best we have seen this year, and speak well for the fertility of the soil, despite the drawbacks of , frbsts and dry weather. The peaches In question measure eleven inches in circumference, so it will be recognised they are very large, and are JuBt half a pound in weight. The variety Is Royal George, and the tree was grown from a seedling, and ' has not been grafted. It is a most delicious eating peach, and Is excellent for preserving. Mrs. Withers also brought in some Albertas, which, whilst not as large as the lloyal George's, are very good quality. . We congratulate tho grower in having attained the record In peach growing this year.