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A WAGE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
A WAGE CASE. John Lonsdale proceeded against Thomas O'Connor, for £4 2s wages due. There was no appearance of defendant. Sergeant Wood proved service of summons. Complainant stated that he was en gaged by defendant as a cook and bag sewer for 20 duys at 7s a day. - On tho 27th day he received £5 on ac count. Witness nsked for the bal ance and defendant said that he and the boy would manage in future, and complninant left. Defendant admit ted the debt. The Bench found the debt proved, and gave a verdict for £4 2s, and 6/ costs in default six weeks hard labor In Young gaol. At an inquuest at Goulburn on u man who run into a gate across u road the coroner found that deceased died from syncope, following on concussion of the bruin, following an accidental fall from a horse in consequence of such horse running into a public gate erected across the road. He added the following rider: "Where such gates are so erected on any-public road they should be properly shown by lights hung thereon, ...
Rubber Stamp Signatures. NOT VALID IN COURT. INDUSTRIAL CASES AGAINST YOUNG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. BENCH STRIKES THEM OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 22 January 1915
| Rubber Stamp Signatures. NOT VALID IN* COURT.' INDUSTRIAL CASES, AGAINST YOUNG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. BENCH STRIKES THEM 6UT.. Before Mr. P. B. Treatt, P.M., on Wednesday,' John Durnck, Inspector under the Industrial Disputes Act, . proceeded against th6 Council of the unicipallty of Young, on. three char ges witli, respect to not paying the award'wage., etc., to. James Fisher, formerly caretaker'at the Town Hall, Young, and also for falling to exhibit a. copy of. the award. The Council was represented by Mr. L. L. Hogan. At the. outset Mr. Hogan took the point that neither the information nor the summons were valid, neither being signed by a Justice of the Peace. These wore signed by a rubber stamp. The Industrial Arbitration Act showed at these cases should be brought un der the hand of a justice, anyone could use a rubber stamp. Mr. Hogan cit ed a case to illustrate the point, from the Municipal and Shire Record, which occurred.at Berrigan, where a block ,f the clerk's signature ha...
TOOK HIM PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
TOOK HIM PRISONER. A British aoldler . In Belgium one morning, wending his way to the camp with a fine rooster in his arms, was utoppedvby his Colonel to know If he had been stealing chickens. "No, Col onel." was the reply. i "I just , saw the old fellow sitting on «the wall, and I ordered him to. crow for old England, and he wouldn't,, so. i just took him prisoner,"
Australians at Cairo AN EGYPTIANS PRAISE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
I j Australians at Cairo .. . .. .. . I ,AN. EGYPTIANS PRAISE. " I The following letter appeared' In the "Egyptian Mail" jof December 21st Dear Sir,-During the whole 'of my. travels 1 never came , across a camp with soldiers so .worthy of the name as those of Australia;: they are fine in physique, and *are well developed iu every form. The miles I went over in-the camp showed me a moat nutritious food, consisting for breakfast of soup with vegetables, bread, biscuits, jam and tea; for.dinner on'route march-which is carried out every day-almost every day, consists of half a pound of sar dines or salmon, with bread and bis cuits and jam. Returning after a route* march, they* have boiled beef, mutton, or lamb, and hot vegetables. I. do not think that the Australian troopa are badly treated.-Your3 truly Hassan El Gammrawy.-Cairo, Satur day. t
New Industries MR. HUGHES HOPEFUL. PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
New Industries MR. HUGHES HOPEFUL. PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Speaking at Bendigo last night Mr. W. M, Hughes said that negotiations were'on foot by which it is hoped that new Industries, employing large num bers of men, will be started shortly. Referring to the preference to union ists question. Mr. Hughes said that this was put before the people at last election and the verdict was in favor of the labour administration with its principle of preference to unionists Therefore the Government -was justi* fied in giving preference.
Ancient Gannon Ball FOUND NEAR LITTLE RIVER. GRAFTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
Ancient Gannon Bail FOUND NEAR LITTLE RIVER. GRAFTON, Saturday. Mr. A. H. Spring, . of Ulmarra, showed a press representative an an* cient cannon ball.,which' had been brought Into .his hotel. ' It was found on the land side of the Roast Range by Mr. Ernest Amos, and was lying in the bush Ave miles from any of the roads of the Pillar Valfey district, anA about two miles lit a straight line from the sea. The ball is 95 in. in diamet er, about 291n. in circumference and weighs 1151b. Mr. Robt. McKay de clares the ball to be solid cast iron, and points out . the marks where the two discs of the mould joined, show ing rough excrescences and imperfect work, and also the depression, wlier? the molten metal was poured into tiie mould. He considers the relic is a couple of hundred years old, and that it had been used in u howitzer, the only weapon of the kind which at that period would be capable of prbpelling the ball any distance,'and the only class of gun which then would take the sphere...
Newspaper Acquitted WEST AUSTRALIAN PAPER AND THE WAR. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
Newspaper Acquitted WEST AUSTRALIAN PAPER AND J THE WAR. | PERTH, Tuesday. The adjourned prosecution of the "Daily News" by the military author ities for publishing information that might be directly or indirectly useful to the enemy, was concluded yester day. The magistrate in dismissing the case, said that the military evi dence in chief tended to prove the charge, but cross examination quail lied it to a very great extent. It was foolish to suppose that such informa tion could be useful to the enemy, who could at any time send an agent to report direct.
PIN IN CHILD'S THROAT. HENTY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
PIN IN CHILD'S THROAT.. j HBNTY, Saturday. ! A peculiar accident occurred to a 5* \ months old child of Mr. Ben Schuster yesterday Afternoon.' f The little one .was lying In a cot w'tj-a dummy !)«? side It and was playing with it. At the end of'the cord was attached a safety pin. The child'.picked up the dummy and placed the pin in its mouth and swallowed it. The pin stuck in the baby's throat, and in endeavouring to get ease the child* forced the pin from the throat into-the nostrils. The pfn stuck there and the child was brought into town where the plu was removed. Fortunately it remained closed. - - .
POLICE CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
POLICE CHANGES. The police force of New South Wales is at present receiving v30^? attention in the matter of oiv;aiiis;mo.i than has been the case ')' yea.*3. . Many than* pea have been, made i recently, and these involve n reduction of .>v?r £'.0U0 a year in the administration* expuaa«)H. That position has been brought about through a better allocation, of tiie du ties of commissioned, officers. . It Is now Intended to abolish the rank; of sub-dnBpector and senior-consUi:*)*. In: stead.of sub-inspectors, men who liavo attained that height of .'efficiency will be known as inspectors, .and will be divided* into four grades. With the disappearance of« senior-constables three classes of sergeants will be in* troduced. . The first class sergeants will, for Instance, be those men now termed .senior-sergeants.
Qualifying Certificates LIST OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
Qualifying Certificates LIST OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. The following obtained Qualifying Certificates: YOUNG DISTRICT SCHOOL. Lancelot G. Blackmore. ; Jack Alexander Chant. _ _ Chas. Herbert Edwards. , Xonnan Charles Hawea. : John-McCabe. .Frederick Scott Mcliolson. '/-Robert Charles Nilanji. ! Leonard Tippett. Gladys Muriel Davies-.. , .Jef. Cameron Sneddon. ' ^ Helen Ai Wisehcart. . .,;Stanley T. Taylor. . . Edward. Archer Clayton.: . . .Maurice Clive Fowler. - . « . Stanley John Fowler. - . Frederick Roy Hawes. Raymond Leech. ' Harry Alexander Learmont. Alexander John Mofllt../ David D. McKnight. JT. ' "William George Northwood. . : Leslie. Hollis Regan. 1 . - Irwin Edmond Sheriff. . .. John Henry Throwden.. Stella Caroline Woods. > Alma May Webb. ? ?* ? . . Eveline Buckland. . r : 1 Sylvia Maud Bartlett..^. ":/. Cyrii Jntnes Woodbrldgo.:» ^ \ .Phyllis Olga Svendsen/ . ... A. R.' Svendsen. ' . . Vera Howell. . Doris Howell. iiv-hv^ - Lena Gladys Fleming, .-c.....
Storm at Burrangong Heights RESIDENT'S NARROW ESCAPE. DODGING THE FLYING IRON. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
Storm at Burrangong Heights RESIDENT'S NARROW ESCAPE. DODGING THE FLYING IKON. Mri John Chesworth of Burrangoug Heights, - about four ' "miles from Young . considers he is u very lucky man to be alive after the storm of last Tuesday. He lives in a pise cottage on high ground, and by himself. Last Tuesday when the dust storm was approaching he thought it would be much safer for a man of his. years-S--to be indoors. So in side lie went. Ho had not been long inside, when without any warning the whole of t?ie roof was lifted bodily oJT the wall-plates. It went up about 2 feet. Mr. Chesworth says, and then deposited itself back on the plates, though not quite in the same place. After this performance, the iron from the back skillion rooms started to move. These twirled about in all di rections, about thirty or forty of them being crumpled up as if they were only paper. OneJ^heet in par ticular did Mr. CheswoUh watch-it went high up in the air, twirling round and round, and he thought eve...
RESTFUL MANLY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
EE8TFUI. MANLT. Who of us Iiavo not onjoyod the Scacoand cnlni of Jlauly? And yofc, ut few huyo feastod on its glorious picturesaueuess, as viowed from the roof garoen of "TUo Peoples' Palace." Bolgruvo Stroet (Manly). This pala tial residential hotel illls a long felt want for country visitors, in, that it provides all modern appointments am' excellent cttiainb ot the moderuto tarif} of 5/- per ilnv, or 27/0 per woelr. #Tc those who onjoy tasty home cooking, tlio moals will particularly appeal, prico foi jvhich is \/-. ^lt is two minutes walk to beach, afcd letfs by tram to wharf. Tho now It.C. Church costing £300, was opened at Springdalo last week by Bishdp Gallagher, In tho presence of a large gathering,;
A.J.C. RAGES CISCO WINS BIG EVENT. RANDWICK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
A.J.C. RAGES 1 . ? ? . 'l CISCO WINS BIG EVENT... RANDWICK, Tuesday. '? FLYING.'-Ninfia I, Arrow 'form 2, Oweenee 3. Winner i started at 8 to I. . .. PHILIP STAKES.-Westcourt | I, Nindi 2, Parade -3. . Winner i started at 6 to 4 on.. I NOVICE HANDICAP-Flam I boyant I, Highland Band 2,iyif: ! 3. Winner started at 7. to. I." ' j ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP I T^Cisco 8.5.-1* Limelight ' 7.7. . 2, Alured 9.2;, 3. Winner' started' i at 12 to I.. . ?»...
Life in Egypt. LETTER FROM CAIRO. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
tife-in:.Egypt. I W LETTER FROM CAIRO. The other day Mr. T.'Smlth, of Cow ra-road, Young, rcceiveiT a letter from his son "Herb." who Is now on active service with tho Australians InsKgypt. Ho writes:: "Just a line to yet you know I am ."Mil alive and kicking and well. ' Anx» icus'y awaiting letter from you/'but I suppose I will get one in a few day*;. none of us have received letters from Young yet. Well, wo did not get to England as expected, but Egypt will do me just as well for a time. Wu hud a lovely trip over, and you need, not be afraid of getting sick if you ever wanted to go to England if the sea was like we had it. We were a cou pie of days over seven weeks without getting off the boat. It was a pleas ure to get ashore again. Some of us were camped for a couple of days In a large camel shed, covering a couple of acres, while we were unloading a couple of boats. There were about three Inches of difst and we had to put our blankets in it and sleep. We get issued with so much...
ANOTHER PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
ANOTHER PAINFUL.^'ACCIDENT.1.1 Last, evening Cecil ,Banr.!(aged :12) j youngest sonf of andK Mrs.- ' Ji Barrjr -of; Mopplty 'roadjmet ^Yltli'a very painful a"ccidehC .?-'.He/was dri ving some horses ' o 'ywaten;after -tea, | to the. dam near the crickets ground : when -.one' broke - lo6se ,and>'ifalloped away., The boy followejd-' on 'horse* back and when on tlienew bridge on I the Teniora.roadV in seeking .to avoid | a collision with' a sulky, the horse fell | roiling'on Ills left foot,jvhich was very severely crushed. . The .lady in the | sulky, at once came to the, boy/s assis tance and drove to town for. medical assistance. " It was. found that the | foot was very badly, injured,- and the j flesh was torn^.considerably.The i horse also sustained severe- Injuries. . The drought oyer'the greater part of the State -this season, has .meant a veritable.financial harvest to farmers, in the Blaynev; district. Crops in this neighborhood .were, excellent, and al though some Utile' del...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
GORDON & GARLING -S O L I C T O R 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 classes 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. C.STOPS'THE PAIN INSTANTLY... v. The. pain caused by a burn or scald will bo instantly rclioved if Dr. Sh'el .lion's Magnetic Liniment is applied. A most useful household remedy to al .ways have on hand. . Price. 1/6 aud 3/i . Obtainable at W. F. Weeden's. 'in our report, of tho Younjc P. P. Board .in last Issue it was stated that Mr.'PV J. Roche, of Canalong, had been appointed by the Board to re.celve scalps. Mr. Roche already receives ecalps on behalf of tho Board, and he lias now been appointed to issue per mits.