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Towels Wanted CHEAP SALES AND RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 February 1915
Towels Wanted CHEAP SALES AND RED CROSS. . Women of Young-the first thins that Is dono for our poor wounded bat tered soldiers after they have been carried off the battlefield, into a train or boat on their v.*cy to hospitals in England, after first aid has been ren dered, and before operations, if it is uecessar'y-is to bathe their poor of* ten bleeding faces, hands, and. feet, after boots, puttees, and what remains of their socks have been cut away! Think of the number of washeis and towels required, and how quickly soil ed they become. Will not each of us ; as wo attend the sales and securo our ; own bargains-also secure one for our ! suffering soldiers, by purchasing At least ono small towel, and when it is i washed and dressed kindly send it to be packed at the receiving depot (A. D. Price). Mrq. Metcalfe (lion, sec retary of Red Cross) appeals for 100 towels and 100 face washers.
Farmers' Co-Operation No. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 February 1915
Farmers' Go-Operation . No. 2 | (By Robert Gibson). Earl Grey In speaking lately at the annual dinner of the Newcastle-on Tyno (England) Farmer's club said: 'The Great problem was how to get the people back to tho land. Ho :hought If It was to bo done, life on .ho land would have to bb mndo more profitable, more enjoyable and more Attractive. Ho knew of no other .ucthods, but the old methods. Edu cation and co-operation^.... Co-op jration was essential to agricultural >uccess. A farmer who was not a :o-operator was a farmer who did not imlenjtand his own trade." He went jn to show what had been done In .ho way of co-operation in Canada. In my previous article I referred to the success of the South Australian /armors' Co-operativo Union. "We nave Instances of tho value of co jpcratlvo companies In New South Wales. For Instance the Co-oporativo Wool and Produce Co., Ltd., In their .seventeenth Annual balance sheet for iho year ending March lilst, 1014 show a net profit of £10,43$ a...
Died in Egypt. YOUNG'S FIRST LOSS. LANCE-CORPORAL A. G. MYALL.. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 February 1915
Died in Egypt. i YOUNG'S FIRST LOSS. .LANCE-CORPORAL A. G. MYALL.. This morning a brief announcement j from the Defence Department contain ed news of the death of one of Young's , representatives in the Expeditionary 1 Forces In Egypt. The announcement was as follows: "Lace-Corporal. Ambrose Geof frey MyalJ, D Company, Second Battalion, pneumonia/ at Mena. February 11; relatives in Eng land." The late Corporal Myall enlisted at Young. He was well-known about town, although of a quiet disposition. Prior to leaving for Egypt he was em ployed at Laxen's Motor Garage, and previously at the Young Motor and Engineering Works and Millard and Sons; He was a fine tpye of man, standing about 6ft. in height, and had resided about four years in town. There are no relatives at Young, or, we understand/In the State; his people residing in England. Only this morn ing a letter written prior to his Illness was received by Mr. Laxen from the departed soldier.
Ambulance from Young AUSTRALIA'S SHARE OF TURKEY. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 February 1915
Ambulance from Young AUSTRALIA'S SHARE OF TURKEY. (Contributed.) They're carving poor old Turkey jip, Australia says here gocB We'd better buck up, New Zealand, Or we'll bo left the parson's nose. Germans* stuffed the Turkey With cruisers and with gold And found him German oillcers To make him look more bold. Thoro's a pair of -wings for N. Zealand Breast and back for the Bulldog's pugs (Territorials). The legs for our Indian soldiers And Australia will carve him lip. Australia will carve him up, boys, They're thero in kliakl pantB, With rlfllc and machine guns As gamo as Bulldog ants. So sharpen up their bayonots Fit 'em out in moro now pants And patronise the Fruit Show To help buy tho AMBULANCE. Donate all you can afford To be loyal, now's your chancc. To help our wounded Brothers We must havo that AMBULANCE.. B.W. . |
The [?] Witness With which is Incorporated THE BURRANCONG ARGUS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 February 1915
Wc\t ^ain g pitincss With which Is Incorporated THE BURRANCONC ARGUS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY ICth. Matters in connection with the u iitallatlon or a new lighting plant were advanced another .stage Jast 'l au.'sday ulght when the Lighting Committee's report was before the Council for dis cussion. It will be remembered that at the previous meeting the report was merely presented and allowed to "lay on the table"-with the ostensible In tention of allowing those aldermen not on the committeo a full oppor tunity of thoroughly acquainting tnem '...ve,-5 with the matter contained in the report so tha. at the following meeting they would be able «.o discuss the re port along with the committee without the disadvantage they would have* la bored tinder had the committee insist ed on forcing the report through when it was flrst brought in. The action of the committee in adopting this mode of procedure was the best which could have been done. It was recognised that the installation of a new plant was...
SALE OF DISTRICT WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 February 1915
SALE OF DISTRICT WOOL. Competition'from American buyers .was missed at last Thursday's Sydney wool auctions. But values in spite of this fact wcro generally well sustain' ed. Morlnos nmdo a shade under previous week's rates. Crossbreds however, were dearer. Mr. Donald Cram, Beehive Farm, Young, secured I 103d per lb., for fleece wool sold by "Winchconibe Carson, Ltd. The parcel 1 showed useful quality aud was in dry, condition.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 February 1915
, - . - .'?Vv"-^.rSiV.V ??? ?? ?? ; . ;. ??... . Joseph Learmont's Grand Sale of all Sales AT CHEAPSJDE, The Home of Bedrock Prices. Fairly Booming. All Lines Selling Fast. No matter what you buy you are allowed a Cash Discount of 15 per cent, or at the rate of 3/- handed back to you from every pound or part of it that you spend. Special Discount off all classes of Summer Goods which " must, be cleared regardless of cost. In this advertisement we quote a few of the most ex traordinary Showroom and Millinery Bargains ever offered the public. Don't misunderstand us-all goods are this summer season's new stock, but must be cleared to make room for new goods. We don't offer you stock of years ago. Dark Cambric Costumes 10/6, sale 5/11. White Pique Costumes 18/6, sale 8/11. ' Tussorette Costumes 22/6, sale 10/6. White Pure Linen and Muslin Skirts, a grand lot, all sizes, at 6/-in the £ discount. Cream Sicilian Skirts, 8/11 and 10/6, sale 5/11. Navy and Black Skirts, newest shapes, 6/. in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 February 1915
Young -Operatic Society PUBLIC MEETING. \OTICE is hereby given that a| PUBLIC MEETING of all inter-1 cstud in the formation of an OPERA-! Tie SOCIETY, win bo hold in ST. | JOHN'S HALL, on THURSDAY ^VEXING, at 8 o'clock. ! All .'Invited. , i R. ELLWOOD AREY, Convener. FOR SALE. 300 T°NS ot STRAW, handy to ... Young splendidly preserved. Uieap. Apply, COLLINS & VENN, Lynch St., Young. SEED OATS. \yE have a limited'quantity of Seed Oato For^Sale. Inquire early; they will bo Bcarco. TRESILIAN & DUN, The Parmer's Market, Pliono 55. A VALUABLE REMEDY. Piles aro the mo3t distressing com- j Plaint and should always recolvo i Prompt attention. Rexona, the Rapid I Healer, is a remedy specially prepared for the treatment of Piles. It will at once roliove and will-bo found most effective. In every Stat© In Austra lia people have testified to the value °f Rexona for Piles. Roxona is sold . it 1/g and 3/. Obtainable everywhere. ...... SYDNEY, Friday. CECOND-HAND PIANOS, are beingJ...
Marengo News PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 February 1915
Maren^go fjws (From our Correspondent). PRESENTATION. members ot the lotal branch ot /"fui .Society mot their late l.!e"inin Father O'Connell on Tuesday Chaplain., i on t|io ey(, of h,s Uepm. CV?for Junee, and presented him with mnkor's outflt, the. silver tobacco " S-1.paring a suitable inscription. The Bro. M. O'Connor, before 'wnc tile presentation called on Bro. mie fy to make a few remarks. This Jake? testified to the general re ? i that was felt, especially among Strnlak at Father 0'Connell's do rHire tor 4urlug his sojourn ' Vol them 110 one could have done more to advance the society, than ho -.&lt;( done. Our loss was Junco s gain, nt since the removal meant promo to Father O'Connell their regrets wire tempered by the pleasure that Lvryone must feel at seeing their ciliM)iaia chosen for the honor of pro* '"other speakers who endorsed the re s of Bro. O'Reilly, were Bros. J. lln\d and P. M. O'Connor, whilst ail present wished Father O'Connell sue E in his new sphere ...
CRICKET. WAMBANUMBA V. WEST END. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 February 1915
CRiCKEf:;;':,v WAMBANUMBA;V.. WEST EN'D. I Following ls tliQ result ortne nmtcii Wambonumba v, West End,,ployed ai j Voung on Saturday:last. -Scores: 1 Wambanumba, » 1st V Innings.-W. i Newcombe, b S.-Henry, 10; J. HIntoul, o Rogers, 3j'W..Wlilte'Jrrun:out, 10; J. Ooft'ejv c Trudget, b Hampton, 63; x-'orguson, c French;1 li.French, 148; W. *'arry, b C. Hampton, . 16; H. Page, 'j C. -Hampton* ;1; H. Phillips, u Rogers. d"Trudgett; 27;''Harrold,'C" Trudgett. o J. MHier&lt; 33; W^:Hattor,*not out, 33; it; Black, st C. Hampton, b Frenbh, 15. .Sundries; 20. ;-.Total 351; . West End.-r-J. French,' c McGulgan, b'Harrokl,' 3; J. Miller, b Hatter, 115; W. Trudgott,*c Ferguson;"* bs Harrold. 4; F. Rogers, Bt Rintoul, b Harrold, ; U. Hampton," run" cut, 5;*'C^'Henry, v j jfhllllps. b Harrold; 5;S. Henry, b Har ! rold, Dr ,W. Mcllliatton, o Phllllpn, b Harrold, 1; D. "Wliltemari, b Harrold. 3; B. Bartley, not out, 10; C. Hampton, o Coffey,, b: Hatter, 6;' Sundries, 21'. \ Total, 77; Bow...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 February 1915
;:RVpLE-SHOOTING. 'Resiixt of.competition hold on Feb. 10th and 13tti, at 000 yards, 14 shots hi two'stugesirr v : . - 1st-stage-2nd stage hep. T'l J; J. Robinson W; Sutton1 v. II. James .. . W. Bolton v. . E. Jones . .. VV. Buclcland J. lUutoul..: A. J. Rabbets H. J. Pearce W, Pegrame .M.i'JasprIaza: H.DaLoy .. R. Rcnnle .. Q. Armstrong J. Irvine .. . A.' Robertson' P. Chalker ,.v H. Cross . H. Poarse - .. Capt. McVeigh F. Hall .. H. Birtensbaw B. Rintoul .. A. D. Martin 26 26 IX >2 2G ' 5 13 -22 23 ..IS 14 11 - . r 12 14 12 - 14
BENDICK MORRELL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 16 February 1915
BENDICK.MORRELL RACES. The following nominations have been received in connection with the above races: Opening Handicap.- Lady Rlvej^ dale, Blue Belt, Cleanfield, Helro, ] /owmore. Maiden Plate.-rWII 1 North, Miss' phenHive, Weelo'ng, ,Sovernette,: L'S llaron, Brown Bettle, Jinny Carvel J} Bondick Morrell J.' C.' Handicap.^ Lady itlversdale, A.J., Blue Belt, Heirq and Nicetua.'*" Handicap Trial . Stakes.-Weelong, ftackroy, Lady: Baroni Miss Ettie, Jin ny Carvel, Brown: Bettlo, ^ ' Welter Handicap.--Cleanfleld, Bor rowmore,. A.J., Nicetus. ' *