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Coming to Young. REV. FATHER RYAN. FAREWELLED AT GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

Coming to^oung. REV. FATHER-RYAN. PAKEWBL.L.ED AT GOUI.UUItN. Last week It was announced that Rev. Father Ryan, of Goulburn would succeed Hov. Father Percy, as assist ant priest to. tlio Very Rov. leather Hennessy, at Young. He was fare-, welled at Goulburn on Tuesday night and presented with a purse of sover eigns. The "Post" writes:-"The. ball at the Christian. Brothers Boys' School was crowded by a large num ber of the parishioners of SS. Peter and Paul's Cathedral on Tuosday night when the. Rev. Father Ryan who has for the past two' and a half years lab oured in the parish, was- accorded an enthusiastic send-off. Mr. John Duffy presided over a cte thering composed mainly of members of tho fair sex, and there wero also present on the . platform Rev. Father Calilll (Adm.) and O'Doherty, the ! Cathedral staff, and-members of tho | committee. . , ' A brief but attractive programme had been arranged by Mr. W. Caapers who presided at the piano. The «ul ]owing took part:-Miss Mary Ryan...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

SPORTING Clymus is the unlucky horse on'the western line at the present time. He has started nine times'tills season, has won once, and been placed second on seven occasions-only just heaten in nearly overy Instance. Bally, oao "of the best-known western race mares, after a short spell of sick ness, died at Orange on Saturday. Bally, who was by Niagara, was pro bably one. of the speediest mares ever raced in the west of New South Wales. Horseowners are reminded tliat en tries for all events at Bendick Morrell races next Friday, with the exception of the Forced Handicap, close to-nigh't at S o'clock. Marengo entries arc due on Tuesday next at 8 p.m. Mr. Dan Cummins (hon. secretary) asks owners to send in their nominations as early as pos sible. The Young Turf Club annual meet ins oh March 10 and 11, promises to be a big success. All that Is wanted is a good fall of rain within the next few weeks. There are.plenty of hor ses In work in tills and adjoining dls-: tricts, so there will c...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fire at Tipperary. COTTAGE BURNED DOWN. OCCUPANTS NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

Fire at Tipperary. COTTAGE BURNED DOWN. OCCUPANTS NARKOW ESCAPE. Abaut 1 o'clock yesterday, morning, Mr. and Mrs. J. Robertson,'Vho *e sided in a three roomod weatherboard 1 cottage on the Monteaglo road, close to TIpperay Hall, were awakened by smoke Issuing into their-room. -Their three little children were sleeping in another adjoining room and the parents flrst thoughts wero for them. Mr. Robertson rushed Into the room and succeeded In getting them to safe ty, but only just in time, as tho fi&raes wero then in the room. In an inored ibly short time the whole building was on fire and it was not half an hour afterwards that tho cottage was re duced to a heap of smouldering ashes. The occupauts only escaped in their night attire, and tho whole of tho fur* nlture and contents wero totally des troyed. Several of the neighbours who were awakened gavo what assis tance they could, but so great a hold iiad tho flames got on the building, and so quickly was .t consumed that any at...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Serious Accident. THROWN FROM A HORSE. MR. N. McINTOSH SUSTAINS SEVERE INJURIES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

Serious Accident. { THROWN FROM A HORSE. MR. N. McJNTOSH SUSTAINS SEVERE INJURIES. On Wednesday last Mr. Norman Mc-j lnt03h, ot tho local post office start, sustained serious injuries throygh be ing thrown from a horse. As a result ot tho accident he now lies at-his homo suffering from a broken rib and cover* al scalp wounds. It appears that Mr. Mcintosh, who generally rides to tho post office, leaves his horse at tho rear of Mr. H. Speer's blacksmith shop lu Lynch street. When he at tempted to mount on Wednesday something frightened tho horso. Ho got on however,-and tlieu tho horse shied against a tree, knocking Mr. Mc« Intosh out of the saddle. The horse then commenced prancing about, and out to Cloetc street, where he was thrown heavily on t oa post In the fence. Assistance was at once ren dered and Mr| Mcintosh was found lo have sustained the injuries stated, ho was Indeed fortunate that more i serious consequences did not result, and his many friends wish him a speedy recovery....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

AN END TO MOULDY OR DRY TOBACCO 11 *« IT wml&er cannot affect tbo cisfilioi .of "CHAMPION." Emy .ealed 2or. Tin GUARANTEED-bemg TESTED UNDER PRESSURE. CHAMPION TOBACCO **£" (Tmn) PIPES DO NOT CRACK or BURN. The appreciation of beauty is one of the ehitf attributes of refinement. Wt/«. derltch Metal In stallntionspermit of a wide range of artistic tastes being satisfied. They stand prominent in the highest type of re fined interior treat. mem. WUNDERLICH CEILINGS A NY method of interior decoration that aims at perfection should be both artistic and durable. But more than these, it should be fire-rcsisting and adaptable to various styles of architecture and design. It is for these reasons that Wunderlich Metal Ceilings and Walls are appreciated by the modem home lover. The sheets are available^ thousands of designs-classic and modem-and permit of a flexibility jj in treatment that is not approached by any other style of finishing, g' One of our booklets would put you in posses...

Publication Title: Young Witness
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The New Lighting Plant DIRECT OR ALTERNATING CURRENT. POSTPONED FOR A FORTNIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

The New Lighting Plant DIRECT OR ALTERNATING I - CURRENT. POSTPONED FOR A FORTNIGHT. Last night thero was a Mng discus sion In the Young Municipal Council over tho Lighting Comrn'ttee'H recom mendation toCounc'l with regard to the proposed new Wghtiatf plant. There was no opposition to & ih;a* pla.i:, and all tho aldermen preseut favored ti di rect current with tho exception of Aid Whlteman, who set up a good deal of opposition*. and complained of not having had timo to study tho report, and accused the committee of trying to rush the matter through. The ; committee denied this, and so that thero should be no grounds for this assertion, an adjournment of the dis cussion was made. Aid. Rintoul after explaining that tho committee were praottcally unanimous "moved the adoption ot tho report. Aid. Rabbetts secoiidn.i. Aid. Hills was not clear on the matter. Ho was no-. «peakiiur ugu'.nst the proposn1 and ha knsv that <ho members of the committee had gone fully In the ...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How to Cook. MEAT MADE CHEAP. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

{ How to Cook. j I ' . - '. . . " . I MEAT MADE CHEAP. In connection with the cookery de monstrations ; given to mothers this ?week at the William street. Camper down, Rcdfern, and Waterloo school?, Mr. Carmicliael had inquiries institu ted during the past .few day:; that en abled these cookery teachers to give valuable advice, not only as to how to cook, hut also how to buy. The main objects of the cookery demonstrations went to show how the cheaper kinds of meat can be made as appetising as the more expensive cuts, hut it id rea lised that if the housewife does not know what to buy it is little use show ing her how to cook. Onioers- of the department have, therefore, made in vestigation?, and a report has now been furnished to the Minister for Ed-" ucatlon. c Various butchers in differ ent suburbs wero interviewed, but the greater part of the information elicit ed is crystallised In tho experlenco gained at ono shop. ' "My experience/',. ' 'the. proprietor said, "is that 80 per ce...

Publication Title: Young Witness
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATEST WAR NEWS. Roumania to be Invaded. Country Press Special to the Witness. SYDNEY, Friday. RUSSIA'S SHARE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

Roumania to be Invaded. v Country Press Special to the Witness, SYDNEY, Friday. RUSSIA'S SHARE. During a deoate in the Russian Duma-11-was tiuiieu mat uio war waa cuduug lturfsia ti,-iuu,uuo per day.

Publication Title: Young Witness
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Trapping Rabbits MEN WHO WERE DISAPPOINTED. CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

Trapping Rabbits MEN WHO WERE DISAPPOINTED. CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY. The story of how Home prospective raMiit trappere wot tvftft disappoint inent was told in the Darlinghurst Ses sions before Judge Backhouse, when Frederick Jennings, and William Bland I were charged with conspiracy to de fraud several men of their money. The, case for tho prosecution was that towards the end of last year tho ' two accused published advertisements inviting applications from parties of two or three men willing to go rabbit trapping, and stating that they would be able to earn 15/ a day each. Sev eral men applied, and the accused told them that they had secured land for trapping purposes in the vicinity of Young, Each applicant had to de posit £5, and- the, accused guaranteed that every man or party of men would have the sole right to trap over at least 1000 acres. Each party was also 1 supplied with a trapping outfit, and told to go to Young, where tho man ager of tho freezing works there would put them...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Town Rate SAME AS LAST YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

The Town Rate SAME AS LAST YEAR. The rate for tbo coming year on all proporty within the Municipality o! Young, la not to bo Increased this year. Aid. NVhlteroan In proposing that the estimates before tho Counci' bo approved and that the rata of-Bid in tho pound-tho same as ruled Inst year-bo struck, said this was made ur as follows: General 3£d; LighMus i£d. Loan Id. The id Loan rate Is for the purpose of wiping off existing loan? and not for tho purpose of redeeming, any.loan's incurred regarding tho pur-l cb&so of the new lighting plant.

Publication Title: Young Witness
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST WEATHER FORECAST. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

LATEST WEATHER FORECAST. [ SYDNEY, Friday. | . Fine with cool temperatures; south east and north-east winds.

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PHASES OF THE MOON. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

PHASES OF THE MOON. FEBRUARY. 1 Last Quarter, 7th,. 3.11 p.m. .New Moon, 14t1i, 2.31 p.tn. First Quarter, 22nd, 12.68 p.m.

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TENNIS SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

TENNIS SOCIAL. , A' very enjoyable social under the ausplccs of St. Mary's Tennis Club ' .was held in the Oddfellows Hall on Tuesday night. Dancing was lndul gcd in till about 1 fi.m., the music ' boing supplied by. Miss J. Cranfield. Refreshments'wore aorveC at midnight by tho lady members of the club. Dur ins tho evening the medals won at the recent tournament were presented, by Mr. H. A. Porter (Hon. Secretary), as follows:-Ladles Singles, Miss Qer tie'Jones; Gents.' Singles, Mr. F. Mc Gulgan; Gents.' Doubles, Messrs. C. Swan and A. Metcalfe; Mixed Doubles, Miss' D. Jones and Mr. E. Wright. Tho recipients were heartily applaud* ed upon receiving tho medals. Mr. H. . Porter, as .secretary both the.tour nament; and tho social., deserves" the highest praiso for tho manner in which - ftis arduous duties, wero carried out. Without doubt the success.of the tour* , ? naraent.was. due to his untiring oner BlOSi

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The Young Witness With which is Incorporated THE BURRANGONG ARGUS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12th. CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

Ifmutg pftfitess With which Is Incorporated THE BURRAHGONC ARGUS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12th. CURRENT NEWS. Senior Telephonist W. H. Bowles has been appointed as postal assistant, Voung; and Miss Alma A. Dutfy, from the telephone Branch, Sydney, has toeen appointed senior telephonist at Young. .. ' The. annual H.A.C.B. Sports, are to bo held as usual on 17th March. Pro gramme will appear in future issue. - The banquet in connection with the Grand United Order of Oddfellows to be held oh Wednesday next; in St. John's Hall promises to be a big sue eess. Members are urged to attend. There has been a desire expressed by members of other lodges to be pres ent, so It has been decided by tho coin* mlttee to admit them on paying 3/0 cost of ticket. The social in the Odd* fellows Hall afterwards will bo open to the public. Tho delegates will probnb ly arrive on Tuesday night. All mem bers of the lodge nro asked to attend the lodge meeting on Tuesday night, and assist la decorating the hall. The co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

n. RAND MINSTREL CONCERT and SOCIAL, Monteagle Hall, March 3rd, 1915,-Mrs. D. McIHhatton and Mrs. J. CarmlclmQl, .Tolut JJor. Sees. CHARE-FARMING.-Latest District ^ Agreements on sa'.o at "Witness Office. Pricc Gd each. SEED OATS. VEJE have a limited quantity of Seed ** Oats For-Sale. Iuquiro oarly; thoy will be scarce. TRESILIAN & DUN, The Farmer's Murkot, Phono Rf>. "pALING'S Agcncy Salo closes Fobni nry 27t1i. Oomo early. w <9. RMS-aE&a KOORAWATHA. , STOCK. STATION AND GENERAL . COMMISSION AGENT. CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS. All AdvertiGcmcntG in Thiu Column 2 llncc for 1/...Onc Inch, 3/. pOU SALE-Piano almost new, wfH sell very cheap.-Apply this olllce. gECOND-HAND PIANOS, arc being sacrificed at Paling's Sale, Young. 7?OR SALE,-Second-hand New Hud son 3-speed Motor Cyelf*. h'asy torina arranged. Apply. I-I. J. Nesblt, Young. PLOTTAGE To-Let in Currawong St. Apply G. R. Richardson. j\j[OUTH ORGANS, Accordeons, Con* cctylnas, Music at rccocd prices. Paling...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

' ?; Sensational Announcement 15Y THE SWIFT BOOT GO, One day during the next fortnight, commencing Monday, - February 15th to 2/th inclusive, will be known as a 66 FREE BAY " . The date has been fixed and written on a sheet of paper and sealed up in an envelope and deposited by Mr. Burnham with the Manager of the Bank of New South Wales. On Monday, the 29th inst., the envelope will be opened in . the presence of the editors of the local papers, and the date . chosen advertised. Everyone 'producing a docket for goods purchased on that date will have the full-amount of their purchase money REFUNDED. This is absolutely the most startling method of advertising ' ? . .. ever introduced in Young. No matter what the amount. I. am prepared to stand by my ?1 ' . '.offer. Any Amount not claimed within 7 days of the opening of the envelope will be handed to -the Young Red Cross Society. Remember to Purchase your Boots at the'Swift Shoe Stores during the above date and stand your chance of SOME...

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GENERAL NEWS. WHEAT NOMENCLATURE. WALKER'S WONDER IS DROOPHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

GENERAL NEWS. WHEAT NOMENCLATURE. WALKER'S WONDER IS DROOP HEAD. Thero are many varieties of wlieat that'arc known by moro than one name in differed localities. Lately a wheat named "Walker's Wonder" has given remarkably good ro^ults in 'the Young district. The N. S. W. Department of Agriculture sccurcd soma of this wheat and submitted it to Mr. Pridham tor identification. It proves to ho identical with Droophcad. The latter is claimed by some to be a selection from Federation, but there aro no grounds for this belief, excopt the brown color of the ear. Other va rieties have this same characteristic euch as Budd's Early, which Droop head resembles. Droophcad is a se lection by Mr*. Bingley from a crop grown at Manilla in 1903. To pre vent confusion, Mr. Pridham consid ers that Walker's Wonder should bo called Droophead.

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Council and Board of Health THE SERVING OF NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

| Council and,Board of j Health i _ - ' THE SERVING OF NOTICES. The Department of Health has writ ten to the local Municipal Council, in reply to a letter of protest from the Council regarding the service, of no tices upon ratepayer's issued by the Board of Health. At a recent meet ing the Council strongly objected to what was regarded by the alderxnen as the Department's "dirty work." The Board of Health in reply stated that tho duty of enforcing the provisions of tho Act belongs primarily'to the Board of Health, but the Board i always willing and anxious to secure much co-operation as possible from local council** in safeguarding U\o pub lic food supplies; this policy had worked well, and was appreciated, the letter stated, by local authorities. The authorisation rendered the person au thorised an officer of the Board for executive purposes, and it would be competent to directly instruct him without reference to the Council. How ever as a matter of courtesy, and in order that loca...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Electricity Works. MANAGER'S USUAL REPORT. TWELVE MONTHS UNINTERRUPTED SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

Electricity Works, j MANAGER'S USUAL REPORT. TWELVE MONTHS UNINTERRUP ? TED SERVICE. The manager of the Young Electric ity Works reported to the Lighting Committee at last night's" meeting of the Young Municipal Council as fol lows:- v' - ... s " . "It' is with the utmost satisfaction ,that . I am* able , to roport that on the 10th January a period of twelve months uninterrupted lighting service was completed. This was more than gratifying to me inasmuch that the longest period of which wo have any records, 'and these extend back sev eral-years was "four months aud 20 days.' Ho wished to thank the Coun cil for their readiness in passing his requests for supplies and repairs which had been found necessary Jn order to maintain tho servicc, and also to tho lighting station staff for their strict attention whilst on duty. Jn conjunction with Mr. Cowan, we com pleted, on the 23rd ult, tho inspection of installations throughout this town, with a view of ascertaining their In dividual fitn...

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A REMARKABLE ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 12 February 1915

I i A REMARKABLE ESCAPE. Parkes, Monday.-On Saturday a young man named William Woods *waB unloading logs with ' his father at Hood's sawmill, when ono of the logs slipped and let the othors down, knock ing him over.. Tour men could not lift the log from his lege, but they mir aculously escaped being broken, and he is doing well. ..

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