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Burrangong Hospital ELECTION OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915
Buirangong Hospital ELECTION OF COMMITTEE.;/ The result of the .balloL'jtor-'a com mittee of niuefor the Burhxngong Dls-, trict Hospital was nlade knowii; at the adjourned annual nieetiug on Tuesday night. The result is that threbraew, members in Alessra/'Qarlinff/ TresIlian and Nesblt, will serve'on the commit*: tee. Mr. F. H. Tout mlght.ajsobe called a new. member, , becauso 'al-. though elected to 1111a vacanqyorithe old committee at vtiie ;-close .'bC ; last year he has not attended. a' irioetlng. There'are, thereforo^'i4 hew. meiribers.' Regret must be expressed at the exclu sion of Mr. J. Rintoul from the com mittee this year, ashe^vas of particu lar service to the hospital; on account of his practical,knowledge of the biiil- . ding trade. There are always some small Jobs being carried out at the hospital, and when a practical man like ML*. Rintoul Is on the spot, a con siderable aavihg.tofaio hospital " results. At the-present tjme, for. Instance, he ia gratuitously supervisi...
Driving Without Lights AN EXEMPLARY FINE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915
Driving Without Lights AN EXEMPLARY TINE. . y/ The driving without .lights in Main street, Young, . lost. Saturday .night,; cost Frederick Arnold 'Chow £-1 and 6/ co^ts of court,'Svhcn-brougnL before' Mr. F. B. Treatt, P.M., at the Young Police Court, on Wednesday last.- . Mr. Sanitary Inspector ttleasdalc, who brought the churge, told: the Bench tlmt on Saturday night when the stfrefets were full o£ people, ho warned the defendant about having no lights arid told him lo go to a shop and get them before he drove out of town. This the defendant declined to do, and told the inspector that he did not iur tend to get lights put on his sulky. Tho P.M. severely reprimanded the defendant. It was a most serious of*, fence and on a night when there arc so many people about it was a great danger to human-HCo; Considering that the Inspector /was deilod, the line would be £4, with 6/ costs ot court. Mr. J, P.' WjTidham,vraanuger of the Union Bunk at Cowra, for the past twelve years, has been tr...
COMMERCIAL WHOLESALE BUYING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915
COMMERCIAL WHOLESALE BUYING PMCES. Wheat 6/ per bushel.. . . .Chaff, £5 to £5 16B per toxx. Oats,r 3/ to 3/6 per bushel. . Sheep Skins, 4d per !b. Hides, Gd to GJd per lb. . i Rabbit Skins, 2Jd per lb. Tallow, 3/G per tin. YOUNG RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Butter (best factory), 1/1 per lb.. Dairy Butter, 1/2 per lb. Eggs, 1/per dozen. Bacon, (piece), 1/2 per lb; (rashes' 1/3. \*i . Bran, 1/9 per bushel. Pollard, 1/1/ per bushel. _.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915
GORDON * GARLING -SOLICTOR S.- I LYNCH STREET, YOUNG. .j Koorawatha visited every Saturday. 1 Murrumburrah. Harden and other centres by appointment. Special consideration given to Land Board matters.. Money to Lend or. all classes of se curity in largo.or small sums.
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. FEBRUARY. Friday, 12th .. .. Saturday, 13th;.. Sunday, 14 th *.. .. Monday, 15th .. .. Tuesday, lGth .Wednesday, 17th Thursday, 18th .. Friday, 19th .. .. Saturday, 20th .. Sunday, 21st .. .. Monday, 22nd'.. Tuesday, 23rd .. . Rises. 5.27 ? 5,28 5,2D 5.30 -5.30 5.31 5.32' 5.33 5.34 5.35 Sets. 6.53 * 6.52 " G.51 6.50 : 6.49 *G.48 G.46 C.45, 6.44 6.43 6.42 6.41
A COMMON GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915
A COMMON ,GOOD. TSu>ro are thoucandn of pcopJo.who suffer from common bailments,' such as JUiciumiUsm, Neuralgia, . . J..umtmso, - . Sciatica. .; nhckaclVLv' IJJnori JJlsorders.T'^Anaemla, ;.> Indigestion, v,;; IMllousnosiv ' . . Jaundice, . ; v^;6lbk'.riru«Inchr.', >:;'. flravel, :,*?Cicnevnr Jlj'hllity/.-. Stone, T ^i'plriiUVi'r 'Troubles, wlui Imvc no li1carUiat;,t»»Hr 'suffering;' ls-.duo to a dhc-:iKed. ;or . Inactive eon*, rtltlon of tho kldneyajiiml liver.. .. TUe . r.Mison that treatMcht:,hy Wnnior,'*'.} .Aifo. Curo. h:i8. bnepi* bo, EuceeKflful'sltV-'' c;tst»« of Use UlsofUerj >li tKuV;, YV'anier'n. Safe Cui'ui;//jxerci*(«H ,a.' sprt-^ | clflc. healing nrid/Vpiij^Vilntlnff^ lnllu-;. erico upon the kldneyaj.anU livcrV' * Oric'c," tlie. kidneya anil Uveri arc/, restored." lo;.', licallh and -actlvltyftthh." Uric . and-blll?- j ary poisons, whlcU' cauao' thedlflordor, lire removed fromVth'o. rystom.by' the natural channelu,"'.ftn'tJ.'paln,"'duo; :to; tlvo rctentlon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915
THE PLYMOUTH-a smart medium width leaf, in tho now "Embossed | Felt" In Sago Green, and Reseda (Green Grey) shades, 4/11 each. THE SHBEWDI-A neat cat edge ! Black Felt, narrow leaf, 4/11 each- . ?'THE REVUE"-An exceptionally I Smart Hat in very white Bluch Straw; lined with white or colored «atln or ailk, a very smart Block-- j has all the appearauco of a good 1 Panama, and was made to sell at I 10/6, but wo secured a quantity of f them and out they go at 4/11 each, THE HOTSPUR-A wide leaf Browii Polt Hat, with hound edge, suitable for mlddlo-aged man, at 4/11 each. THE HOUSE OF QUANTITY AND QUALITY. THE XiAJRD- A smart light Brown bound edge Felt, narrow leaf, 5/6 I eac&. ' ; "THE NELSON"-A medium width leaf, cut edge In rich Cedar Brown shade, with a rich velvet band, 5/11 ' each. "THE DOVECOURT" -a Neat cut | edge, medium leaf. Dark Brown Felt, 5/11 each. 1 "THE AVON"-A featherweight cut I edge, pure fur, smooth finish. Felt in I Black only; narrow leaf, 7/6 each.) "THE T...
THE HUSTLERS HATS [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915
THE HUSTLERS HATS Thero i3 scarccly any part of Man's Attire that requires sucli careful con sideration as liis Hat-We have made this part of his "Dress" a special Study. By Keon Buying, Studious Care and being over on tho alert for all that is good and new in Hatdom; we can justly claim to be able to offer you a larger assortment and far bet ter valued than you can obtain else where. No matter what style of Hat you require-We havo it and at the Lowest Possible Price too.
Dispute Over Sulky THE COST OF REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915
Dispute Over Sulky THE COST OF REPAIRS. The time or Mr. I&lt;\ W. Treatt, P.M. was occupied for a considerable time on Wednesday morning in hearing a case brought in the Small Debts Court by V. E. Hargraves, a blacksmith (now of Monteagle, but formerly of Thud" dungra), against Henry. Coleman,-a farmer, of Bribaree. Mr. Hogan ap-. peared for claimant and Mr. Camp-, bell for defendant. The dispute was over some repairs to a sulky. Har graves repaired two sulkies for Ed wards. The first one repaired was paid for, witli the exception of a small balance which defendant disputed.. Then defendant brought another sulky, which was admitted was in a very bad state when taken to Hargrave to re pair. No written agreement was made between the parties, but defend ant was told by Hargrave, so he stat ed, that the repairs would not cost more than £6 at the outside. Plain* tiff denied telling him anything and charged £8 Gs, for the work he did to the sulky. Defendant refused to.pay as the w...
A Serious Charge ALLEGED ATTEMPT TO BRIBE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915
A Serious Charge ALLEGED ATTEMPT TO BRIBE. ? At the Young Police Court, on Wed nesday last, before Mr. F. B. Treatt, P.M., a serious charge was preferred by Thomas Bleasdale, sanitary Inspec tor for the Municipality of Young, against John Comerford, licensee of the Australian Hotel. The Inspector alleged in the charge that defendant attempted to bribe him to the extent of £5 whilst carrying out certain du ties in connection with the office of sanitary inspector for the Municipality of Youhg. Mr. Hogan appeared for the prose cution and Mr. Campbell for the de fence. In asking for a postponement of the case, Mr. Campbell stated the alleged offence was only committed ithe previous day and, the.time hud i been too short to secure evidence. Mr. Hogan admitted the time was short, and did not object to the post ponement. However, he could not see why any postponement .was neces sary, for the only persons who knew anything about the alleged ofteuce was the prosecutor and the defendant. * Hi...
FINED £45 FOR BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915
FINED £45 FOR BETTING. At the Ryde (Sydney) police court Thomas Mozina (Cuneo was fined £45 and costs, or four months' imprlson ment, with hard labour, for occupying ; a "house (a refreshment room) for bet ting. A probationary constable en tered the room and wanted to make a ! bet, but defendant refused him, as he [ was a stranger, but told him to call next day. He did so and then laid a i bet, placing 5/ with defendant at a price named by; him. The S.M. said | the offence was a serious one in a re freshment room,-,wher$ anyone on tho | premises was liable to a fine of £50.
ROUMANIA TO BE INVADED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915
ROUMANtA TO BE INVADED. I A messago irorn Nish states that acilng uuiiui*. (junuaii oriiera, Austria la preparing, to mvaue itouinauia, 111 oruer to prevent uie latter troin cnoo siug a suuuuio moment toe au aitac*. AUotna a pretext is umt Servian atorea lire aaueuuiug tuu Danuue, tuus Viu.a ung nuuuiauia'B neutraiity. j?uur auuaica Uiuu^uiici Austrian^ are concentrating in Teaneavar dis trict. ivouiiiamas mobilisation u ue me aeco*eratea. 'mere are muita uoaa taat Auatrja wui endeavour to eaiuuiisli a contact wltu tue buigarlana uy a suaueh uuvance on jtveuaiat.