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A.J.C. RACES. CHALLENGE AND ANNIVERSARY FINAL ACCEPTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
- A.J.C. RACES. CHALLENGE AND ANNIVERSARY FINAL ACCEPTORS. Challenge Stakes, of 750 sovs. 6 fur longs. To be run :nt Randwlck on January 23.-Popinjay 9.7, Malt.- Mark I 0.6, Ventura 0.5, Tatterley 9.4, Malt Mary 9.1, Portrush 9.0; Nuwaro Ellya 8.C, TlfTany 8.C, Danaus 8.4. Brattle 8.4, Barley Water 8.2,. Challenge Crosse 7.11, Cool Air 7.11, Isbar 7.10, Salue 7.10, Arrowform 7.9, Velours 7.9, Pur-' dey 7.4, Merslna. 7.4, Well Dressed 7.1, Mulgunillnh 6.7, Ickle Lass 6.7, Nln na. 0.7. ... . ' . Anniversary Handicap of 1000 sovs. 15 miles. To be run at Randwlck'on January 20.-Alured 9.3, Lochana 0.0, l'oshiatus 8.11, Ofta 8.9 Cisco S.a, Tuuntor 8.4, Occan Blue 8.0. Chid 7.11, Imshl 7.7. Limelight 7.7, Owen Itoo 7.5, Former 7.1, Necktie 6.13, Sir Vive C.7, Trlnohantes 0..7
COOTAMUNDRA TROTTING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
COOTAMUNDRA TROTTING CLUB Following are the handicaps In con nection with the Summer Meeting of the Cootaimmdra Trotting Club, to be held on Anuiversary .Day, Jan. 26th: Novlcc Unhoppled Handicap, IS ra. Honest Bells, Mergol, Lady Klma, Gil bert, Daylight, Hockey* Babe WllkM, Ray, scratch; Bm'nman 3 aec3. KUIarpey Jusecs. Uifl.. & Flying Handicap, 1 mile. - Daisy Huon, Rockwood, scratch; A.Z., and Mnrie Bells G sees. blid. Unhopptcd Handicap. 2 miles. - Globe Huon, Lady Love, Port Louis, Countess Huon, Indicator, scratch; Mambrino Echo. 2 sees, bhd.; Austra lian King, 5 sees, bhd.; Elma. 5 sees, bhd.; Dolly Grey, Usees, bhd; Dark ness, 16sccs. bhd; McGregor, 17 sees, bhd.; Trimmer, 20secs. bhd. Trial Handicap, 9 furlongs.-Alice Globe Huon, Lady Love, Kitty Wilkes, Perfect, Osier, Lady Mauritius. South ern Hemisphere, Mambrino Echo, scr; Pick of the Picks, 1 sec. bhd; Master Acme, Elmo Chief and Little Ginger, 2sees. bhd. Cootamundra Handicap, li miles. - Huon Boy, Australian...
Railway Collision ENGINE DERAILED NEAR HAWKESBURY. CRASHED INTO GOODS TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
Railway Collision ENGINE DERAILED NEAR HAWKESBURY. CKASHED INTO OOODS Tit A IN. A collision took place early yester*' day morning between a light engine ! and n goods train at Uoronla, between j Hawkesbury and Cowan, on the north-1 em line. The driver experienced a terrific Jolt, and the engine came to a standstill. The fireman was thrown againHt the side o£ the cabin, but es* caped Injury. An investigation was made, and it was found that the engine was deraiied, and was buried almost to the axle in the metal, and was fouling both the up and down lines. Trafllc between the Huwkcsbury and Hornsby was considerably dlsorgauls
Remarkable Duststorm YOUNG PLUNGED IN DARKNESS. TERROR-STRICKEN ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
Remarkable Duststorm YOUNG PLUNGED IN DARKNESS. TERROR-STRICKEN ANIMALS. The scorching days of the last week and the early part or this had al^oat prepared residents Cor something in ilio nature or n "buster, but the \ Imi tation which struck the town and dis trict shortly after six o'clock on Tues day afternoon was one not anticipated and ona never before witnessed^.here. j Not oven tho "oldest Inhabitant saw anything to equal what was seenfm Tuesday afternoon. It was remark able both as regards the raosultude of the storm,;and thesuddennessof us oncoming. . The day had been hot-: 09 degrees, and small storm clouds began to gather; with indications ol a change for rain. Suddenly there ap peared In the western sky a wall of cloud, rolling onward, and increasing in density as It came. T,ie.natu^ lover' and ^the weather Wise became immediately. Interested. Something was going to happen. As they, watch ed the appalling grandeur of-the color ing, inspired them. Behind fleecy grey clouds...
WALLENDBEEN AUCTION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
WALLENDBEEN AUCTION SALE. un Wednesday next, Morlarfcy and I Co., (Wallendbeen) . In conjunction with James Connell and Co. (Coota* mundra), will hold .>a great clearing ualo at Mr. T. Kccgh's faruvtwo miles fro mWallendbcen, ? wlien the whole of his horses; cattle/.plgs, farm ing plant, household- furniture, etc-, will be offered at auction.. Light lun* cheon will be provided: nnd t]io sale will commence at 2 o'clock. ' >t:*
The [?]m[?] Witness With which is Incorporated THE BURRANCONC ARGUS FRIDAY, JANUARY 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
(Eije ^mnig pittess With which is Incorporated THE BURRANCONC ARGUS FRIDAY, JANUARY 22nd. ONCE again the Germans have made one or tlielr senseless air raids upon Great Britain, and what an her oic and inspiring story will they take back to Berlin, where they will boast of their prowess which enabled them, from their safe positions in Vie dizzy heights of thousands of feet to- drop bombs on defenceless citizens, and slay them In the darkness. This is the extent of their infamous victory . the murder (tor It is nothing less) of five unarmed, unresisting citizens, and this, no doubt, will be acclaimed In Berlin as the German reply to the British assault some little time ago on fortified Cuxlmven. This method' of warfare Is not new. To conduct it from the air is an Innovation; but cold-blooded, calculated- killing, where there Is no offence and can be 110 defence, Is as old as the stone age. The German soldier is what sheep breeders call a throw-back and biolo gists a "sport;" but the a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
Important to Farmers. Tlie New McCoviiiick Drill Is fitted with chain drive \vh: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. TRESIL1AN & DUN, LOCAL AGENTS. Phone 55. FELL m LOWE Ami BOUGHT 8T STRABOHT AWAY. WHAT ELSE! BIT A F&lt; C it X li jL !_ i -fissi' Touring £210. - JLlunabout £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 Mislin 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, ...
Young Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20th, 1915. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
Young Police Court. &lt; WEDNESDAY, JANUAIIY 20tll,' 1915. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. Ituby Bentloy, on remand,'."was again' brought before the court on. a charge of attempting to commit suicide. Ac cused pleaded guilty. Evidence was given by Sergeant Wood* . A sentenco of six month's light labor 1n Young gaol was imposed. £1 Is professional costs was allowed. His Worship stated that if afterwards it could be shown that accused could be'liberated with* out danger to the public, he would not object. ' . . . 1
A SATURDAY NIGHT ROW. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
A .SATURDAY NIGHT HOW., Mary Ticehurst was proceeded against by Violet Kite on two charges of language rind assault,' In Burrowa street, Young/ on 2nd January, De«; fendant pleaded guilty to the assault, ; but not guilty to 'the language. * Mr. ; Hogan appeared for complainant. Violet K!te;"a domestic servant, re* siding at Young, said on Saturday night, the 2nd Inst., in Burrowa street Young, she was speaking to William Wright aud Thomas Robinson opposite Johnson and Grafton's store, and in tlte middle of the street. She had not noticed the defendant until Blie walked up with Mrs. Gordon, nnd said "Here's Vi now." She said "Where's Pigeon Payne now?" and hit me hard n the mouth and made It bleed. She then turned, round and nmdo use of the language complained of. . Wit ness never replied and defendant walk ed on. To Defendant: I did not say things about you. Did not you kick me on the shins, and haven't I got marks .to show you? Witness: I did not kick you. William Wright,-laborer, ...
GOULBURN RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
GOULBURN RACING CLUB. The nominations for the summer meeting on January 2S and 29 are as follows: FIRST DAY. Maiden Handicap.- Uluree, Liege Lass,, Mia April, Zabfnn, Warmoney, Glyndir, Queen SIgnora, Baroo, Trick Illo, Weelong, War Stock, Youl&ea, Queen May, Lary Chereford, Wogaby. v Flying Handicap; One and Three, Grandbrook, Celluloid, Renlock, Del ara, Lady Riversdale, Valjenu, Queen May, Tickles, Dcauvllle, Sylvacorn, Taster. Goulburn Handicap: - Ingraclsco, Booyuniurra, Pan Out, Colin, Queen May, All Satin, Crookwell Lass, Red Velvet, Miss Hook, Briony, Ketta. Trial Handicap: One and Three, All shame, Ingraclsco, Bynyn, Glyndlr, Tomanbil, Queen Signora, Panzaok, Baroo, SerapHIc, Tricklllo, Sir Major, Voulsea, King Allen, Briony, Jenny Brook. Mnhvarce Handicap: Mia April, Hy meneal, Sir Busby, KooIaJ, Amber, De lara, Pan Out, Tricklllo. Colin, Elvira's Daughter, All Satin, Tickles, Crook well Lass, Deauville, Netta, SECOND DAY. Opening Handicap, Hymeneal, Graud ! brook,...
BATHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
I BATHURST RACES. The following weig.Kd have fcet-n j Issued Tor the principal cvouts to !.e ' run in connection with the Bathurst, Cup meeting on the 26th inst:- | Opening Handicap: Pine Park 0.12, | Guncar 0.9, Iluenalt 8.12, Coronata 8.12, Black and Gold 8.10, Boomali 8.8, Her-; mendale 8.C, Herble 8.2, Lo Bret S.2,1 Brown and Pink 8.0. Praemium 7.12,' Brave Heart 7.12, Transylvania 7.12, Collarall 7.7, Cache 7.6, Collect 7.5, Connie Buck 7.2, Mandel 6.12, Alrema 6.7, Iloowad 6.7. Bathurst Cup.-It?s Funny 10.2, Pine Park 9.12, Ruonalt 8.12, Lord Emly 8.7 Amy C. 8.7, Brainpan 8.6. Lord Skopos 7.6, Red Velvet 7.3, E. U. G. 7.0, Mur aa 7.0, Steel Link 6.12 . .
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
Sporting. Mr, H. CutlerV gelding, Fighting Cock, Simmer-Gamo Chick, died on Monday night. The following programme has been drawn up for Marengo J.C. annual races on February 24th:- Opening Handicap, 10 sovs, C furlongs; Publi can's Purse, 12 sovs, .7 furlongs; Trial Stakes, 10 sovs, G furlongs; Marengo J. C. Handicap, 15 sovs., 7 furlongs; Forced Handicap, 10 aov», C furlongs. All entries with the exception of the Forced Handicap, close with the see* rotary (Mr. D. Cummins) on the 16th February, at S p.m. The Orange Jockey Club's meeting was such a success that a profit of £397 resulted. Of this £95 15s was donated to tho Patriotic Fund. The club has now contributed £*222 ISs 30 to that fund, and from now to the con clusion of the war will devote 25 per cent, of its profits from each meeting, to a similar purpose. Owners and trainers should not over look that nominations for all events of the Murrumbnrrah Turf Club's annual meeting, to be held on February 3 and i, close with the sec...
GOULBURN STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
GOULBURN STOCK SALES. .W.; H. Whcalley reports, a large at tendance of buyers at Wednesday, January 13th, sales:-Fat sheep: Good yarding", raarket'firm. Crossbred wet hers 15/ to 17/6f merino wethers 12/6' to: 16/; ewes 11/ to-14/6; lambs 9/6 to' -13/6. Store sheep:'-Good yarding, market llrra, except. for ;»gcd owes, which were easier. Wethers made 10/ to 11/; ewes 6/ to 7/; poor and 'oc'ed, from 3/6. Xbred weanera, 7/ to 8/; merino weaners 6/ to 7/11. j Fat Cattle: Heavy supply, market Arm. Bullocks, best, £11 to £14; oth ers from £6. Cows, best, £8 to £9; oth ers from £6.. Store Cattle: Good yard ing, market very finn at late rates. Bultocks 3 years, £6; 2 years, £4 10s to £5; cows, £4 to £5 15s; three year hoifers to £4 15s; yearlings, mixed, 36/ to, 50/; poddies 25/ to 30. We will hold a special cattle sale on Thurs day, January 2Sth, of 3000 Riverlna cattle.
WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
WOOL. Australian Mercantile Land and Fin ance Coy., l»td, report under date 20th January:-Auction sales were resumed 1 In the Sydney'market this week, this Company's sale being held on Tuesday, .when under the existing arrangement to curtail the offerings In the interests of the market a small catalogue of 1919 bales was" offered, of which 1692 were sold at auction. The market on opening on Monday showed a wel come incrcaso.'ln competition, and the tenor of th'e bidding was altogeth er-moro satisfactory,, resulting in an Improvement in values. For most descriptions of merinos, prices advan ced -75-per cent; The demand for short faulty and burry fleece and also for vcrj'-faulty aklrtlng9 was rather better, bnt values for these descrip tions show*but slight change, and the basis of values -remains fully 35 per cent below that current at this tlmo last yoar. Crossbred wools, which cased slightly In Decembor-particular ly burry descriptions and faulty skir tings-were 'invery keen reques...
STOCK SALES FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
' STOCK SALES FOR 1914. W. H.-.Whcatley reports having held record yardlnga of both sheep an'l cat tle at'GouHmrn yards during tlio past threo months, the feature of the salea being the large attendance of buyers, and at every sate complete clearances., at prices highly aatlafa> tory to vendors. We have sold by auction at Goulburn yards since 1st August to 81st December, 163,363 sheep and 13,923 cattle; and privately; during the same period, 246,003 sheep and 16,763 cattle. Total sales for 1D14 at Goulburn only, Includo 709,952 sheep, 65,736 cattle, and 214 horses.
N.S.W. Railways CU'TING DOWN SERVICES. MAIL TRAINS REDUCED. BRANCH LINES SUFFER. A GENERAL REVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
N.S.W. Railways ! CU'TING DOWN SERVICES. MAIL TRAINS REDUCED, BRANCH LINES SUFFER. A GENERAL REVISION. A general alteration in the railway services o£ N. S. Wales was officially announced yesterday morning, by Mr. Hodgson, Superintendent or Lines, who i made a statement setting out tlio ; reasons wliy the Commissioners had i been compelled to bring about u re duction. : "Nearly twelve months ago," he said j rates and fares on account of the fin-1 .'it was found necessary to increase ; anclal position, in the hope that those I Increases would give a snHlcient re-1 turn to the revenue to enable us to pay out way-r-that is to say, meet the 1 extra charges we have to face in tho I way of wages boards awards and so "At the start'we did fairly well, but since the war began there has been a shrinkage of travel generally, and on the top of that an unfortunate drought. The result of this combination has been that the revenue, instead of .showiug an increase, shows a consider able decrease. A...