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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. Phases of the Moon. Full Moon, 31st, at 2.41 P.m. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
. CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. Phases of the Moon. Full Moon, 31st, at 2.41 Piin Sua Rises. . Sets. Wednesday, 27th .. ..- ,5.10 '7.5 Thursday, 28th 5.12 -7.4 Friday, 29th 5.13 7.4 Saturday, 30tU .. .... 5.14 7.3 Sunday, 31st 5.15 7.3
A NASTY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
' A NASTY ACCIDENT. ; Whilatout shooting on Moppity bta 'Hon at 6 o'clock on Friday.a.young :man,- Damoji; John .Kelly," residing on Moppity road,-met with a very 'pain ful 'accident; - He had, it Is -stated, ,shot a rabbit -'with a pea-rifle, using -a 22.-long bulle^ but how tfiu accident .occurred:?Is noV. quite cle^r. Kelly was accompanied by another man nam-' ed CaBtles.-who on looking round saw him lying :6n; the ground., The bul .let must have when exploding dischar ged some &lt;$f ;tlie powder at both ends, and entered (one. of Kelly's eyes. He uiis brought 'to toH'n, and Is at present an Iniriate'br.the Burrangong District Hospital. ;'".The accident is all the niore: regrettable owing to (he fact' that 'one eye was already .defective, and it .was the other eye wliich was in jured.. - Another coincidence 1s that the thirteenth.shot from the rifle was tlie one that caused the iriujrles..
Wheat at Stations. GOULBURN RAILWAY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
Wheat at Stations. GOULBURN RAILWAY DISTRICT. j The. following are the number of bays of wheat stacked and despatched from sidings In the district for the week ending January 10: Stacked.-Galong G'341 bags, Bur-, rowa 7705, Cunningar 820, Kingsvale 2958, Young 658, Scott's Siding 1734, Monteagle 5287, Bendick Worrell 12, 000, Crowthdr 130, Wattaniondara 20, 390, Noonbinna GOO, Greene'thorpe 7218, Brundah 1252, Grenfell, 18,500; total, S4.667 bags. Despatched: Bungendore 100 bags, Bowning 657, Binnlong 2888, Galong 3987, Burrowa 2007, f-Iarden 307, Kings vale HOG, Scott's Siding 801, Solfarlno 241, Kdorawatha 91, Wattamondara 1394, Greenethorpe 744, Brundah G53, Wongongong 395. Total 15,670.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
THE HUSTLERS THE HUSTLERS THE HUSTLERS THE MEN'S SHOP. WHERE- GASH TELLS There is scarcely a homo in this District for. wMcli this Stora doesn't hold something that will prove as good an Investment as 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 elsewhere. We are always ready to prove 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 wo 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, 1/6 and 1/11 MEN'S WHITE INDIA GAUZE SIN GLETS, 3/3 each. MEN'S UNDER FLANNELS .Dark Grey), 1/11 each. men's CREAM; "WHITE, or FAWN MERCERISED. POPLIN TROUS ERS 4/11-arid 5/11 pair, MEN'S DARK.. GREY.. STRIPE TWEED-TROUSERS, very, special value, 3/11 pair.. * MEN'S .. MERCERISED .1 WHITE ..TWILL TENNIS SHIRTS, c. and p. 1/G5 aud 1/11 each. MEN'S STRONG ...
HOW TO INJURE YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
HOW TO INJURE YOUR TOWN. Run It down to visitors. Go to other places for your supplies. Look sorry when a stranger talks to you' of buying property in It. Refuse to see merit in any scheme unless you are "big-dog" in it. 'Don't invest. Show your distrust by refusing to lay out any money in it. Let your tongue wag idly about your neighbour, without knowing the facts. Cut those whom in your vanity you .think beneath you, and split up into classes and cliques. '' ^ ' .Refuse to advertise in your local paper, and give it your printing orders to execute. People often sum up a i town by its advertisement sheet, i Then you will effectually ruin your I town and district.
Murderer Asks for Death. "I WANT NO MERCY." PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
; Murderer Asks for Death. WANT NO MERCY." PERTH, Friday. The Inquiry was resumed this morn ing into the death of the girl Jean Bell who was murdered at Warrinup. Medi cal evidence was given to the effect that the girl had been partly strangled before the wounds, on her neck and head which caused her death were in flicted. They were other injuries on the abdomen and body. W. H. Pingelly, stationmaster at North Dandallup, who captured the ac cused, known as Joseph Sacheri, said that when brought to bay, Sacheri said "I am the man you want. Is she.deafl?" Witness asked "Who?" The prisoner replied, "Bell." Wit* ness said, "No, you missed him, hut you killed little Jean." Sacheri re plied, "Jean, By God, what, did I do *that for? Have yon got a revolver?" .Witness replied"Yds," 'and Sacheri replied, "You shoot me now. I fin ish." He also said that he had tried to hang himself in the bush but the branch of the tree had broken.' The police evidence was that, after his arrest, accused said...
ADVENTURE WITH A SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
ADVENTURE WITH A SNAKE. A dny.or two ago Mr. C. W. Terry, i of Kooringa, had ati unpleasant cxper ienco with a snake. His little child was playing about on the carpet in .one of the bedrooms, when he heard a.screani. On going into the bedroom Mr. Texry discovered a very large brown snako quite close to where the little'child was playing. He quickly seized a brass rod fronu the bedstead, and succeeded.In killing the reptile n.s it watt onterlng another room in the house. -Snakes appear to.be very nu merous this sumraev. .
LATEST NEWS. GERMANY AND AUSTRIA. RELATIONS STRAINED. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
. LATEST : NEWS.// . GERMANY- AND AUSJRIA. "'.j ; ' RELATIONS 'STRAINED. : . | SYDNEY, Tuesday'Afternoon. J . The.Official..Press Bureau states that with oiir heavy; artillery and having obtained the grange we'are generally able to silence the enemy's artillery. ;'v.The Aveather ltf. dry and windy, and the conditions , in the trenches have aomowlyat improved. The Illver Lys feli d foot on Monday. -' Rome Is informed that the visit of 'the-'Austrian Crown Prince to Berlin failed . to yield the results expected; Tlie relations between the two Courts are strained.' . .A- Paris official communique states -r'/On the Aiane there is nothing, to report. 'inr Lorraine we surprised :.a' Bavarian detachment taking them prisoners." . * Early on Saturday morning thieves smashed a window of William Snow's Jewellery shop-in'Liverpool street, city. They1 escaped wfth £200 worth of valu* ables.' The latest fUg'tlme Music at Pal »nc'a, "Younif. - A report has been received of a new gold discovery at ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
Important to Farmers. Tiie New McCormick Drill Is fitted with chain drive »h: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 MOTH 0T, And BOytSMT OT SY0MBGB8T AWAY. WHAT ELSE ! BUT AFOG3POAR . Touring- £'210. - Itunabout ±'190. Sydney Prices. THE 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/G. Clearing at 10/6 each. White Linen Skirts, 10/6, 12/9, 14/6- No...
A PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
A PAINFUL ACCIDENT. ! Mr. J. \V. O'Brien of Monteigto, is }. just able to get about again with the.-, aid of a stick after a very "painful &c-Y. cident 'which he sustained ' «.m 'Xew . ?Year's Day. On that day he was nd- j ing home on horseback when the horse I i fell and rolled on him, causing injur' ies to'his right foot which neceasita-J ted his removal to one of thu local | hospitals.' He spent nine day* In the hospital, and then': went h';me, where he has been confined until yes- . terday. .Mr. O'Brien's many friftnOs 1 are pleased to see him about again. /I
TALKING MOVING PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
TALKING MOVING PICTURES. ' j . One of the latent Inventions of the! versatile American genius is the Kine-.'l toph'orie; a machine combining, the.' projection of moving pictures-with the' I simultaneous reproduction of sounds, ] vocal or otherwise appropriate to the \ picture. . The invention .is of an ex- i tremeij* complicated and " intricate character, and embodies1 tlje applica tion of many little known'mechanical principles. / The problems involved have exercised the minds of inventors the world over for'many years, but It has remained for Mr. Edtson-to whom the world very largely, owies.the .motion picture itself-^to' devise the Perfect Talking Picture Machine. The Kinetophone, lately brought to Austra lia by Australasia, Films Ltd., will shortly be introduced Into Young at an early date, andv its advent will nq doubt excite wide interest Further particulars will be following shortly.
BAND IN THE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
BAND IN THE PARK. The band wUl not play in the Park I to-morrow nfgilt as usua), but will ] perform on Thursday night: instead, j The change lias" been rendered neces-1 ,B'ary owing to the bandmaster (Mr. T. A. Tester) having an important meet- j 'tog, of tlie! Hospital, of which lie Is : secretary." to attend on Wednesday | night. . '
CURRENT NEWS. ACCIDENT WHILST KILLING SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 January 1915
J CURRENT NEWS. ACCIDENT WHILST KILLING, SHEEP. ' , A very painful accident happened to Mr. F. Tunneyv on Friday la^t, which necessitated his removal to tlio Sacred Heart Hospital,. Young, Mr* Tunney was engaged killing a* sheep using a . very sharp .butclier*a .knife., In preventing the sthiggHng,^! sheep *rom getting a\va>v Mr.« Turin«y .rev ered the voins of Ms rwr f BLV/BIood poured from the wourid;: an£'the^un* , fortunate man was'cohveyedvwitli^aH | haste to the hospital wliere lie was ! treated. '..v.' ;;