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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

.STOPS THIS PAIN INSTANTLY.. The pain cuus^tl by n burn or scald will bo instantly relieved if Dr. Shol don's Magnetic Liniment la applied. A most useful household remedy to al ways have oil hand. Price 1/fi and 3/. Obtainable at W. F. Wecden's. Tho latest Rag-time Music at PA) (ng s, Young. IAs we have purchased the YOUNG "WITNESS"-Newspaper and General > Printing Works, the Printing Business . lately carried on,by us next Chant and . Co., has been closed All work . in future be executed at the "WW.W9?1* 1 Office, where the plant t?een i moved. In thanking you for pant business, w$ hope (qc ^CQt\Unuancc y of sgrr^c. 1- WALES <& HOPWOOD, q Witness Office. I , Young AUCTION SALES Fortnightly Stock Sales SATURDAY, 'JANUARY 23, 1915. , ("1 H. ELLERMAN & CO., will Jiold their usual Fortnightly Salo at C. WRIGHT & CO'S YARDS, on SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, . At 2.30 p.m. When they will offer 30 HEAD MIXED CATTLE. LIGHT AND DRAUGHT HORSES. C. H. ELLBRMAN &a...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEED WHEAT FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

SEED WHEAT FOR FARMERS. Any farmers In doubt about the (1Ih« posal of seed wheat to neighbours or wish to acquire It themselves, should write direct to Mr. George Fltspatrlck secretary of tho Wheat Acquisition Hoard. Attorney-General's Department, Sydney, who will supply necessary Information and forwnrd the required forms.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket WAMBANUMBA DEFEATS WOMBAT. BAKER'S RECORD SCORE. FERGUSON AND NEWCOMBE DAT WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

Gricket WAMBANUMBA DEFEATS WOMBAT. BAKER'S RECORD SCORE. FERGUSON AND NEWCOMBE DAT WELL. Once, against Wombat has gone un der to Wambauumbn. This time be* tween the scores were 282 runs. Wain* banumba representatives piled up the magnificent total of 398 runs. Wom bat being dismissed for 116. The hero of the match was J. Dalcer, who has been batting exceptionally well this season. He succeeded in plac ing 174 runs to his credit before being bowled by Beaaley. His score includ ed 31 boundary hits, and two sixers. Another to come out was K. Ferguson who was going well for the century when he was caught and bowled by Spackman. His totnl amounted to 95, CO of these being secured in boun dary hits, with a six thrown in. W. Ncwcombe, who has many good scores to his credit in the past. Just exceeded the half-century, when he was stump ed. Out of hlft 51 runs 40 were boun dary strokes. E. Molloy (15), A. Mol loy (27), L. Wagonbah (23) and W. Wagonbah (10) were the only Worn batites to get i...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEER STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

BEER STRIKE. The beer strike at Kurri Kurri still continues.'. A mass meeting was call ed on Friday, and a'fife and drum band marched from one hotel to another at Aherinain. Most hotels are standing Arm in regard to the fourpenny pint.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Young to Grenfell MOTOR MAIL SERVICE SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

Young to Grenfell MOTOR MA.IL SERVICE SUGGESTED. "Under the new ' railway arrange ments which come Into force early in February, Grentell will only receive a triweekly train service. Grenfell people are naturally looking about for some means of having their mails car* ried a little more expeditiously than by coacii. In dlscussiug the question the Grenfell "Record" writes:- "We would again suggest consideration of setting on foot Inquiry as to the fea sibility of establishing a motor mail service between Grenfell and either Cowra or Young, whereby mails could be delivered here three hours earlier and might be despatched about three hours later. If it were possible for such bulky mail matter to be convoy ed and at the same time afford passen ger accommodation, It is doubtful whe» titer so many would travel by the Koonvatha express, for the comfort and saving of time would be consider able."

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST FORECAST. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

LATEST FORECAST. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. Still hot, with northerly winds, ido later thunderstorms and squally local blows. Cool southerly on South Coast within 48 hours.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CURRENT NEWS. TO-MORROW'S POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

CURRENT NEWS. TO-MORROW'S POLICE COURT. . For to-morrow seven summons, three small debts and three Licensing Court cases are set down for hearing.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bore Water at Verana GOOD FLOW AT 80 FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

Bore Water at Verana GOOD PLOW AT 80 FEET. The matter of a water supply for the station homesteads of the (lis* trict has been brought into prorata ence during the recent dry years, and as a result bores have been put down on many stations with bcneflciai re* .suits. It'is .recognised that water is perhaps the most necessary commod ity on the station, and when it can be secured at such a comparatively low cast, we wonder at any of ttie station owners being without. The latest bore to be put down in the district, is that on Verana, the homo of Mrs. \V. Marina. As everyone knows, Verana Is situated on very high ground, and there were not a few pessimists who tabooed the idea of water being.found ;it a reasonable depth, but we are pleased to state, such ideas have been dispelled by the striking of a splendid supply of fresh water at a depth of only SQ feet, on a spot located, with the divining rod by Mr. "Bob" Martin, of the Farmers Supply Coy., Young. Messrs. Pierce Bros, boring plant...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wheat Production Its Possible Expansion in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

{ Wheat Production I Its Possible Expansion in Australia. Tho suggestion that lu anticipation o£ high prices for tho next year or two, the seasou of 1915 should witness un extension of the area devoted to wheat, lias led the chemist of the De partment of Agriculture to speculate a little 011 the possibilities of expansion that the Commonwealth offers. The figures though framed ou what appears .to bo a very conservative basis, afford a striking indication of the resour ces of four at least of the States, and conjure up pictures of five-ten-20 years hence that are mofo than pou singly interesting. A Few Figures. The assumption that a rainfall of 10 inches during the growing period is necessary to profitable wheat produc tion Is acccpted as a basis of calcul ation, and the portions of the four prin cipal wheat growing States' falling within thnt area may be given , in round figures as follows:-New South', Walos 104,SOp,000 acres; Victoria, 47,-'j 750,000 acres; South Australia, 30,000,...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Income Tax Returns [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

Income Tax Returns Slmrefariners and others will do \vell to make themselves converignt with tlio following. We can vouch for the correctness of the questions and Com missioner's reply. Question (1): Is agistment of stock and rent of paddock Income from per sonul exertion or produce of property? Reply: The lncomq dgrlyft<l from agistment of stock yr\d rent of pad dock is taxable under the heading of "Property." Question (2) : A pprsoq is iu receipt' from £15 to £100 'derived from rents and Interest, should that person make a return? Reply: In the circumstances quoted it will not be.necessary to furnish a roturn unless specially called upon to do BO. (\Ve think this would also re fer to Incomes up to £200 per annum). Question (3): Have all halves far mers, whether their incomes are nil or taxable, to render returns, altliougli their efforts have failed this year? Returns should he furqfshed bj Share Farmers, showing full particul f\rs of thejr traductions {rr£sp@cM¥&am...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Said the Kaiser [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

i Said the Kaiser ! ' . Said the Belgian King to the Kaiser, "My regards to your leading adviser, But I gather from what Wo havo seen of your plot > That "lie might bo an early riser!" . Said the,Kaiser to Von Holweg-; . "X want to havo a spree; "I have four million men on'land And ships upon the sea. I Want to try my big new guns, , 0! cause a war 1 do beg> .. I'd like, to try'my aeroplanes," "Right you are," said Holweg. . Said the Kaiser to his navy- J "Do listen, all to me; . Go* out and lire at every ship . - And everything you see; * : And,'if you see an Englishman; ." Just stew him in his gravy. Or I will do the same to you," "Yah, yah, sir," said the navy. Said the Kaiser to his army "Come, leave.your wives and homes,. The Cossacks will attend to them,'' The vultures'pick their bones. Now, soldiers, - back and eyes right front, , Don't wait with me to barney; ; We're going to lmvo a shooting match" "All ready-" said the army-. Said Belgium to.the Kaiser "Halt! stand th...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russian General Dead DEFENDER OF PORT ARTHUR. PETROGRAD, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

Russian General Dead DEFENDER OF PORT ARTHUR. PETIIOGIIAD, Monduy. General Stosell who defended Ion Arthur, died at Petrograd, from Par alysis. , _ .Tho Postmaster-Gonoral states that Itis intended to introduce somo of tuc latest ideas in tho handling of parcois. A full range of Violins. Palinga Lynch street. .

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Earl Roberts' Will. LEAVES £77,394. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

Earl Roberts' Will. LEAVES £77,394. The luto Earl Roborts left £77,1)0-!. The whole of this amount with the ex ception of certain bequests to servants has been bequeathed to his widow anu daughters. . Tho will provides a con tingent reversion to military charities of the bulk of the £100,000 voted b> Parliament to Earl ^Roberts after the South African war.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

RIFLE SHOOTING. . Following is .the result'of a shoot hold on the localtrifle, range on the 13th and 16th, at-500 .yards, In two E. Armstrong .. W. Sutton ... M. J&sprlzza<.. J. J. Robinson . Capt. McVeigh H. James . . H. Biirtenshaw H. J. Pearse .. It. Rennia .... P. Chalkcr .. J. Rintoul : R. Allen S. Keith .... E. Jones .. J. Irvine .. ;. A. Robertson W. Pegrame . A.' J. Rabbets . .28-25 11 64 27 . 25 11 63 30... 29 2 61 15 24 23 61 28 \ 28 5 61 29 k26 6 «1 , 28 . . 82 - 60 26 "*2l 13 60 26 " 21 13 60 26 '22 10 58

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAREFIELD CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL, ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

HAREFIELD CONVALESCENT HOS * - PITAL, ENGLAND. The tickets for the Art Union dis posal of Mr. Billyard Leake's motor car for paying rates, electric lights, .and .expenses in connection with the hospital; are. now being sold. The Hon. til© Attorney-General of N« S. Wales having . given permission for uanie. An erroneous idea has been circulated that the money is required for instalment of the electric lights; .This, was done, at Mr.- Leake's own .expense-some,time ago, but while the house and park,are In^iBe by the mili tary,'authorities, lights will be requir ed'both in the'houso and in hospital tents, which, will be erected in the grounds,' and It is partly to pay for these electric lights, as well as rates andother expenses, the Art Union has been* arranged.: ? Tlie earthquake in Central Italy sur* pa'ssed-thQ'Messina earthquake in the low percentage of survivors. 4 'Only- t>rt) or three per cent, of the Inhabitants of 'the Avezzano . district escaped; 'while' 30 per cent survi...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LYCEUM PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

LYCEUM PICTURES. To-nigUt the' Lyceum Company will! again show in the opon-air. By spec-1 J,al request they 'are screening "The : Silence of Dean Mnitland." This will be supported by 'the usual good pro gramme.. On Friday night next the ccinpanyann'ounce tliey are piittlng on an-extra gbod programme. A war picture, entitled "Sack of Louvain," showing'the damage done by the Ger mans including the shelling of St. Paul's Cathedral. The star will be "Those that live in Glass Houses" (3 partB), and Pathe's War Gazette; also the Keystone comedy 'Hide and Seek' supported by other good pictures. The ,priced of admission will be 1/ and 6d.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commonwealth Soldiers' Return. WARM RECEPTION AT THE QUAY. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

Cdmmojiwealth Soldiers' 'Return WARM RECEPTION AT THE QUAY. I . ' . : SYDNEY, Saturday. . Returned troopers from New Guinea landed this iiioniing at Circular Quay and met with a grqat reception. Prom an early hour vast crowds assembled in the .vicinity of the landing place. As tlie men slipped, ashore they met with a storm of cheers. Some time was occupied in the. landing arrange ments, but when everything was ready 'the mar.ch started, headed by a moun ted escort, to the accompaniment of a brass band. The procession proceed ed along the principal streets of the city to-Victoria Barracks. .The-foot baths, balconies, and windows, were crowded "with spectators, who kept up continuous cheers. The men ap peared to be in good he.alth and spir its, although a few were invalided. Colonel Holmes, in the course of an interview, said the. men were simply' splendid. The way they buckled down to a monotonous round of harrislng garrison duty, in a blaok man's coun try, in the .tropics was .wonde...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

GOULBURN RACES. i The Eight Hour Race Club meeting oil Saturday last was well attended, but the racing was very poor. He suits: Goulburn Handicap, £11, 6 furlougs. -Grandbrook, 8.0 (Geaghan); w.o. Maiden Plate, 6 furlongs, £5.-King Allen, 8.12 (White),1; Warmoney, S.J> (Cody), 2; Mlrapail, 8.0 (Kinsela), Lady Choryford 8.7, Maud 8.0, and VVogolo 8.0 also started. Betting: Even money King Allen, 2 to 1 v War money, 5 to 1 Lady Cheryford, 10 to 1 the rest. A bad start. Warmoney got away, and when the field settled down King Allen led from Warmoney, and Mirapril, the order being main tained to the end, King Allen winning by two lengths from Warmoney, wliu Mirapril a length away third, and the rest scattered. Time 1.19}. President's Handicap, one mile M yds, £17.-Crookwell Lass, 9.0 (White) 1; Valjean, 7.3 (Marshall), 2. Betting -4 to 1 on the winner, 3 to 1 v Val jean. A good race was witnessed to the three furlongs post, when Crook well Lass came away and wou by six lengths. Time 1...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOODSTOCK ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

WOODSTOCK ANNUAL RACES. The nominations for the principal events to be run on Anniversary day at Woodstock annual races are us follow:-Opening: Blue Belt, Haves tni, Sylbucca, Red Velvet, Black and Gold, Royal Colors, Blue Burren, Stik ey, Lady Riversdale. vV.J.C. Handi cap: Sylbucca, Red Velvet Sukey.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BONG BONG PICNIC RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 January 1915

BONG BONG PICNIC RACE CLUB. Subjoined are the weights for the principal event of the Bong Bong Picnic Race Club's annual meeting on Thursday next: - Bohg Bong Cup l\ miles.-Booyamurra 11.5, Blind Mur phy 11.3, Hymeneal 11.1, Master Paul 11.1, Single Port 10.11, St. Nlta 10.11, Valerie O. 10.9, Hardy Norseman 10.li Ilriony 10.1, .Ingracisco 10.0, Black Note 10.0.

Publication Title: Young Witness
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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