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EARTHQUAKE IN SPAIN. MANY FEOPLE KILLED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

.EARTHQUAKE,IN SPAIN. I ?f\ *' MANY FEOPLE KILLED. .. LONDON, Thursday. I . A big. earthquake occurred at Asyur iaa in'North Spain. W. Great dn^agc una done, in eighteen'Village*. Many Iioopltj were killed: .f' -.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN WITHOUT PREJUDICE. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

, OPEN ; COLUMN . WITHOUT PREJUDICE^ . * (To the Editor). > I ' Sirr-In your last nJght's ,issue of .the:.''.Witness".;, undo:*, the M»(Vdins:; of. i "Bendick Worrell," " and sub-ucaaJng i"TUo Wheat Grab," your correspon dent : . refers . to. "bringing,. .in\ a system oC . sweaintg." .' . Now. this can refer to nothing eiso but the amount paid for mindli^g ilio wheat at Bendick MorreiL and as I am tlie only person employed lor the han dling of wheat at that point on behalf of tue Government, It must necessarily refer lo me. r-lcam not-quuu sure that such a statement, failing founda tion inv truth'is not actlona-ale, hnnce' ray,'heading .'to; this fetter, hat.at th«; same- time ! feel: sure, that when the Tacts are put' before you, you will at. once explain through the columns of your paper,- tiiat the. paragraph was published without. your,.. being! fully seized of the facta*of the matter.. The price I am paying^at Bendick MorreU Is 1/3 per tori; if no trucks are available, thesl...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOLEN MAILS. THIEVES AT SEA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

STOLEN MAILS. THIEVES AT.'SEA. MELBOURNE, Friday. .During the voyage/of the Moldavia to Australia, the Australian mails wore tampered with/and a quantity of the coptents stolen. The keys of the ships strongroom:'aro held by dif ferent responsible officers.- It is re garded as ccrtain that duplicate keys, were used, because one key by.itsolf will not operate the lock. No state ment can be secured'as'to tho extent of the'haul by the thief.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK... DEPOSITORS' INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK... DEPOSITORS' INTEREST. Tho Commissioners of the Govern* meat Savings Bank wish to bring un der notice that the Savings* Bank Am* ending Act, passed In 1913, uttered the close of .the ,Bank's financial year to 30th June, and interest is, therefore, not now added , to accounts In Decem ber. Depositors who have not already had intcrest to June last added in their Pass Books, should forward them in order that same may he inserted therein. Some misunderstanding has arisen among a section of tho deposi* tors, who have obtained the impress* ion, through interest not having been added in December, that the payment is deferred. . Tlioy have overlooked the fact that interest for six months was added to their books on 1st July, in addition to ^that'added On the pre*' vioits 31st December. . All depositors have had their accounts credited to | 30th June last, and will in future ob- ; tain a full year's interest oh the 1st. July of each year... From an analysis being ma...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WHEAT SEIZURE. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

THE WHEAT SEIZURE. MELBOURNE, Friday. - Further argument was' heard yester day by the Interstate commission in the N. S. W. Wheat Seizure case. In its .defence the N.SAtf.4 Government re lied upon the provisions, of the Wheat Acquisition Act. The further hearing was adjourned until.to-day.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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730 ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

). > , 730 ROOMS. ' > ' ' .0:io of the ranCpatottpl wHfte#* that; Sviljicy now {.<}:ai'ose»« U "The»T,»jowies,! m Wtt Street;-with Us ?d0 rcoMM, u;u'. which has the-ilif»tinct»0!) of the largest.hotet in thai; southern hcmiwhcrc. . Thorn , »a no more con wnllc of 1 ho rontrnl stn'.ion. a nil a liku .IbtetM* Trbra liolilioro Park.: The /Uornvsh cnrjilmu-o. roposotl in tile Sal .vation Army in nil its busincssi,an.l o'tli'cr iiinlirtriU'nilri;>: not only inlliis Stale,Mmt' ri«ht throughout th0 worM, ictlri'ls itiu'lf by (lie patrolmen of thir lu.lol ,I>.V ll.p many. , Tariff, .1/0 to .>' "rr,ln,> , All tiro vuiuo; Moor- UIUHIo ai rat inc's,-opposite Sobo'l ;t Arts.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NORTON-GRIFFITHS SCHEME. FOUR MILLION IN PUBLIC WORKS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

NORTON-GRIFFITHS SCHEME. FOUR MILLION IN PUBLIC WORKS. SYDNEY, Friday. An importaut announcement regard* Ing the Norton-Griffiths schema will be .made by the Premier when Parlia ment meets next Wednesday. It is understood that Mr. Holman is in a position to state that an agreement has been made, whereby this firm un dertakes the carrying out of Public Works during^lOlS-lG to an amount of four million^pounds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

GORDON & GARLING -8 0 L-fQj TOR S. . LYNCH STREET, YOUNG. Koorawatha visited every Saturday. Murrumburrah, Harden and other centres by appointment. Special consideration given to Land Board matters. Money to Lend on all classcs of se curity in large or small sums. MISS RUBY LOOMES, Teacher of Violin, Piano and Harmony . RESUMES TUITION On JANUARY 30th. Studio, 13 Main Street.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTS AT DRILL. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

SPORTS AT DRILL. . SYDNEY, Friday. About 250 merabera of various-sports bodies .attended drill .at the Sydney cricket ground last night, and showed great keenness. c

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. ' JANUARY. Phases of tlic Moon. " First Quarter, 23rd, at 3.32 p.m. Full Moon, 31st, nt 2.41 p.m. Sun Rises. Sets. Saturday, 23rd 5.6 7.8 Sunday^ 24th 5.7 7.7 Monday, 25th 5.S 7.7 Tuesday, 26th. ...... 5.9 . 7.6 Wednesday, 27th .. .. 5.10 7.5 Thursday, 2Sth 5.12 7.4 Friday, 29th 5.13 7.4 Saturday, 30th 5.14 7.3 Sunday, 31st 5.15 7.3

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Burrangong Hospital COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

Burrangprig Hospital COMMITTEE MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of com mittee of the Burrangong District Hos pital was held on-Tuesday evening last. Mr. W.J. Hills occupied-the chair, and there were present-Messrs. Selden, Withers, Piclcburn and Beard. ACCOUNTS. Accounts amounting to £144 Gs 3d were passed for payment. . C. P. Pettorsson £3 lis 5d; Macken zie Bros., £5 19s 2d; K. Hopwood £4; .W. Hayes, £7 Is 4d; W.Dobson £3 Is 6d; C. McLennan £1 3s Gd'; .'Price and Co., £7 10s Cd; Millard and Sons, £22 (is lOd; E. Reynolds 4/G; E. Payne, £1 18s; H. J. Nesblt, £1 16s Gd; TreslI Ian and Dun 18/S; Country Freezing . Co., £3 13s-6d; Chant and Co., 7/7; W. O. Judge £28 7s 9d; medical officers (5 at £10 each), £50; L. Bruck £1 IGs 7d. The medical officers report showed a daily average of 17 11-31. The resignation of Nurse Dodds was received and Nurse Cotton .withdrew her resignation. The -matter of leavo of absence to Nurse Cotton was left in the Matron's hands. -Nurse F. Ethel Weekes w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

THE HUSTLERS Tff BUSTLERS THE HUSTLERS ' THE MEN'S SHOP. WHERE CASH TELLS Thero is. scarcely a home In this District for which this Store doesn't hold something that will provo as good nil investment ns money . ever went into. Time and again we have prov ed to buyers that our Cash Prices .show a direct saving aa compared to those obtaining eteewhere. We are always ready to provo this fact to you. As an example we quote the follow ing list which will give you a fair idea of the "Gilt-Edge" Investments which \ye can offer you. MEN'S FELT HATS, any style, in wide, medium or narrow leaf, right up to the minute shapes, 4/11, MEN'S WASHING HATS, 1/G and 1/11 MEN'S WHITE INDIA" GAUZE SIN GLETS, 1/3 each. MEN'S UNDER FLANNELS: vDark Grey), 1/11 each. MEN'S WHITE. DRILL- TROUSERS, 11/9 eacli.. . MEN'S CREAM, WHITE, or PAWN MERCERISED POPLIN TROUS ERS ;4/l*land. 5/11 pair. ' MEN'S DARK.. GREY-.. STRIPE TWEED TROUSERS, very special value, 3/11 pair. .. MEN'S ..: MERCERISED ] 1 WHITE ..TWILL TE...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DECENTRALISATION APPLIED TO THE FERTILISER TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

DECENTRALISATION APPLIED TO ! . THE FERTILISER TRADE. Farmers of this district will be the first to agree that working everything from one spot-Sydney-Is often against their interests and tho burning question of "decentralisation" is tho remedy. This has been realised for some time by Shirley's who commen ced last year by erecting a large bulk store at Cowra in order to ''decentral j ise" their stock. This has been fol lowed up by the establishment of branch oJTice at Cowra undpr the man agement of Mr. W. T. Nixon, go well known to moat' of the wheat growers of the district. This part of the coun try comes under Mr. Nixon's control and he Is most anxious to prove that the basis principle of this change in the firm's organisation-"personal con tact" between manufacturer and con sumer will result to the advantage of both parties. Fanners should appreciate this new move of the progressive Shirloy firm and It is hoped that they will take full advantage of Mr. Nixon's experienced service...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Small Debts Court WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 206th, 1915. (Before Mr. F. B. Treatt, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

Small Debts Court WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20Ui, 1915. (Before Mr. F. B. Treatt, P.M.) George Robinson v. John Sheedy. claim for £36 -S* lid goods sold and delivered. Complainant did not appear. The defendant admitted owing £36 SB lid being amount of claim for goods de livered by- complainant about Ave. or six years ago at Birnbi. Defendant' said it was only a pleasuro to pay lib debts If lie could. But he could not make it rain-If it would rain he would be in a better positiou. When asked if he wanted time to pay ho said that he was only earning 26/ por week and it cost him about 35/ to keep Ills wifa so he had to gx> into debt to the extent of 10/ per week. The Bench gave a verdict for the amount claimed. R. J. Lawlcr v. -H. A. Grounds.-In this case the claim was for 16/9-for attendance at the Land Board on de fendant's behalf when applying for a road. The amount of fee was £1 16s 3d, and defendant sent him a cheque for £1 and said it was enough. De fendant said that the understandin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIANS FOR THE EMPIRE [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

AUSTRALIANS FOR THE EMPIRE The whole world standing expectant, And what will, the outcome foe? For tills dreadful reign of terrors Cannot last eternally, j Where is the breath o! our nation, Flower and youth of our land, What matters the birth or station, When blended In one strong band, Giving their life and their beauty. Their health and strength for the same, Of protecting homes and people, Their country and good name. We in this distant country Away from the scene of wars. Now know not the mingled .feelings Of those on those foreign shores. Beholding the frightful slaughter ? And havoc and waste of life, Sometime father, son, and daughter, Killed in the fearful strife. Where is the world of our fathers, Gone in the flash o( a light Now are the lives of our brothers . To be trampled down for spite? Not while Australians have mothers, And sons tor the Empire's need, Britain will conquer with others The tyrants of German breed. We must not look too speedily For an end to tilings th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To-Day's Wires JEWELLERY RECOVERED. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

To-Day's WjrWs ' JEWELLERY. RECOVERED. SIDNEY; Friday. i Diuruond jewelleiy," valued at £1000 was left in a train.yesterday morning by a jeweller. .A few hours later the bag was returned tqjts owner, haying been picked up by the,conductor.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TURF FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

I TURF FIXTURES. Jan. | 2G-Woodstock J.C. . I 26 and 27-Cootamundra L.V.R.C. | 28 and 29-Goulburn It.C. Feb. 3 and 4-Murnimburrah T.C. (entries , January 27th). 10 and 11-Cootamundra T.G. 14-Grog-an R.C. 17 and 18-'Tumut T.C. 19-Bendfck Morrell J.C. 24-Marengo J*C. (entries Feb. 16). March. 3-Hampstead P.H.C. 10 and 11-Young T.C. Annual Meet ing. (Entries. March 3rd). 12-Yass P.U.C. 19-Burrowa P.U.C. 19-Grenfell H.A.C.B.S. meeting.., 24-rKoorawatha-It.C. 24 and 25^-Murrumburrah M.U.

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THE WAR. ZEPPELIN RAID O NENGLAND. AUSTRALIANS IN EGYPT. WAITING FOR THE TURKS. AMERICAN SILENCE. A MINISTER OUTSPOKEN. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

I THE WAR. ZEPPELIN RAID O NENGLAND. AUSTRALIANS'*IN EGYPT. WAITING Fp'R'THE TURKS.' ^ AMERICAN SILENCE.. A MINISTER OUTSPOKEN; ? | ' " . "' SyDNEy. Friday. I . Gorman officers In ' Syria' are pessi-: mistlc as to thp-'inYaslori of Egypt. Turkey is refusing relntorccments of trained men and ordering an advance at all costs without delay. Russians officially announced that remnants of tho Turkish rearguard are precipitately retreating. The Rus sians have occupied Ardanutch. The total deaths from the Zeppelin raid on England were five. The Ger mans made special targets of Churches and towns. A bomb smashed all the windows of Sneathsham church. The training of Australians in Egypt is proceeding satisfactorily, and the men are making good progress. There has been only a few cases of serious sickness though there was a few deaths from pneumonia. Tire men are anxiously awaiting a Turkish at tack, but latest news gives little liope of this being made. The Germans att<jnjpted to ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

CRICKET. Wambanumba will journey to Gren fell on Anniversary Day to play a match against the Grentell Eleven. Wambanumba will be represented .by: J. Baker (captain), J. Harrold, F. j McGuiggan, W, Nowcombe, ft. F. Fer guson, F. 13. McElhone, Walter White, George Stevens, H. Page, J. Rlntou!, and Page. J. X. Dwyor (umplro), C. J. Fuller (scorer). Grenfell team will be: Hamilton, ft. H. (capt.), W. Monger, J. Murray, V. Monger, A. Simpson, A. Monger, A. Schneider, L. Seamer, P. J. Gllmore, J. Hall, G. Graham, W. Sliaw (12th). O. H. Elplilch (umpire), C. H. Martin (scorer),

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915

Q.RAND Continental, in St. John's Tennlu Court,, Tuesday, February 2nd. Good programme. Itelre^hmeats. Tcikots, 1/. each.-May Taylor, hon. sec. ^ ?. CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS. All Advertisements to This Column 3 lines for 1/...One Inch, 3/. "IQIft -Subscriptions for 1915 to AtUU. tho\VlTNESS may now'bo paid. 15/ per year If paid In advance. If not paid during January, the price will be IS/. Securc the discount by paying In advance. CHARE-FARMING.-Latest DIsirlct ^ Agreement on salo at Witness Office. Price Gd each. . . ^ pniCKiOTEITS SOCIAL#-Grand Soc lal, Oddfellows' Hall, . Tuesday, 2Gth January, In aid of west End Cric ket Club. Double Ticket S/G; Gent's ticket 2/G. Good music and Refresh ments.-^. HARTLEY,'Hon. Sec. TpARM TO-LET.-370 Acres, prinel pally cultivable land. No agents. -Particulars from H. Bailey, Wombat. YLTANTEI>- Situation, by Married Couple, on Station.-Apply Wit ness oillcc. . FOR PRIVATE SALE. Ai ACRES or F. H. bAND, on which Is erected a 6-Roomed Cottage, outho...

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