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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
GCiRDOH & GAKLING -S OLICTOR &. LYNCH STIIEET, YOUNG. Koorawatha visited every Saturday. Murrumburrah, Harden and other ccntrcs by appointment. Special consideration given to Land Board matters. Money to Lend or. oil classes of He* curity in large or small sums.
Methodist Annual Fair SUCCESSFUL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
[Methodist Annual Fair SUCCESSFUL OPENING, I Tho annual Methodist Pair opened yesterday afternoon in the pro3enco of a very fair gathering. Owing "o tho unavoidable absenco from town ' f the Mayor, the opening ceremony wau per formed by Aid. G. S. Whiteinan, "who wished tho stallholders every BUCCCSS. To those who attend these annual events held in connection with, the various churches, they must be struck with tlto activities displayed by the members of the Methodist Church, for their Fair is easily the best held - there is none of tho "coIdncss" that .'3 ; unfortunately noticeable at other func tions of kind, and the result s that the Fair is always a success and .0 money gathered in. On this occasion tho hall presents a most at tractive appearance. On entering one passes through a latticed passage-way to the centre of the hall, .with its temporary greonhousj erected to ac commodate the pot plants and flow ers, presided over by the Misses Starr nnd Mrs. Webb. On tho left hand side...
St. John's Sunday School. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
St dohn's Sunday School. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. .. The annual distribution of prizes in connection with St. John's Church of England Sunday School was held in St. John's Hall on Tuesday evening. There was a good attendance of teacli* crs, scholars, and parents, and the following* programme'was rendered by the children:-Pianoforte solo, Miss May Purclias; recitation, Miss Nellio, Davles; song, Linda Godbler; piano* forte solo, Master Eddie Stapleton; duet, Masters Les Regan and Les. Quay; recitation, Miss Gladys Flem ing; song, Miss Dorothy Wood; song; Leslie Regan; song, Gladys Fleming. DISTRIBUTION OP .FRIZES. Girls. 1st Class: Elsie Buclcland 2G7, 1; Nellio Davis, 257, 2. 2nd Clno,s: Gladys Fleming, 274, J. 3rd Class: Gladys Davles, 274, 1: Ccrtic Fleming, 22, 2. .UU Class:" Gladys Miller, 220,1; Ber tho Reimer, 176, 2. 5th Class: Margie Davis, 232, 1; Dorothy Wood, 192, 2. ' Special prizes: Grace Hwno and Eva Wallace divided in 4th class. Boys. 1st Class:-w. Bodycott, 157 (no pr...
The Young Witness With which is incorporated THE BURRANGONG ARGUS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
""jfrntitg piiiness With which is Incorporated THE BURRANCONG ARGUS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19th. The presence oi so many visiting Oddfellows iu town for the Grand An ited District Conference this week, gave rise to the query amongst thoso not attached to or acquainted with the Friendly Society movement-What 's Oddfellowship? * To the ordinary membur of a lodges it invarlubly is an institution whereby certain contribu tions are paid at each meeting lor benellts received iu medical attend* ance whilst sick and in order that .when death comes, there will be a cer tain sum available for funeral expen ses and a small amount left for the re- j latives. The societies have thus re-1 solved themselves largely Into busl-! ness institutions-and they are run on strictly business lines, with the Registrar (Mr. J. B. Trivett) ever on the alert to detect any inaccurac ies and to see that everything'is car ried out uccordlng to law. This sup ervision by the Government is at once a guarantee to the member...
Young Police Court WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17th, 1915 (Before Mr. F. B. Treatt, P.M.) ABOUT A WHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
Young Police Court WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17tll, 1915 (fietoro Mr. P. B. Trcatt, P.M.), ABOUT A WHIP. Mary Ann Byrne was charged with on 2Sth January, having a whip in_her possession reasonably suspected of ha ving been stilen.. Mr. Campbell ap peared for defendant who pleaded not guilty. Sergeant Wood stated that on tlie 28th January a whip was reported stol en from a sulky In Shorts hotel yard, the property of Michael O'Connor. About 11.30 on 1st February, when on duty in Burrowa .street, accompanied by Constable Smith, he saw the de fendant driving in a sulky with the 'whip (produced) in her hand. He said, "Mrs. Byrnes-where did you get that whip." She replied "I found it"-and when asked where, said "on the footpath near the entrance to the yard of the Critorion hotel on the Thursday previous." He asked if iier sulky was in the yard of the Criterion Hotel at dinner time on that day, and she said "Yes." She said she left there Shortly after dinner, and slie found the whip when she wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
1 ' THE/'HUSTLERS /HATS There is scarcely any part of Mail's \ttlre that requires such careful con* ^deration as liis Hat-We have made tills part of his "Dress" a special &lt;Uudy. By Keen Buying, Studious Car© and being ever on the'alert for .ill that la good and now In Hatdom, we can justly claim to be able to offer you a larger assortment and far bet ter values than you can obtain else where. No matter what style of Hat you rcquirc-We liavo it and at the Lowest Possible Price too. A FEW O FOOR HATS AND PRICES.' THE PLYMOUTH-A smart medium wldU». leaf, iii the new "Embossed tok Sage Green, and Reseda (Green Cirey) shades, 4/11 each. THIS SHREWDI-A. neat cut edge BlackiFelt, narrow leaf, 4/11 each. "THE JREVUE"-An exceptionally SmarK Hat in very1,white Bluch Stra\^; lined with, white or colored satin or silk, a very smart Block lia3 . all the appearance of a good Panama, and was made* to sell at 10/6, but wo secured a quantity of tliem and out they go at 4/11 each. THE HOTS...
Burrangong Hospital. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
Burrangong Hospital. COMMITTEE MEETING. ? . ) intttoo oafie'Sm? oC "10 »ew. com : «°s eId a^T^ DlBfr'0t H°»r i»ent: Messrs" T '.'.'Hn'ToVut JB H&b ':°F- *£»&l Collins. Mr Mr. R, WJ ' "1!C0'"1.et1' snttilied ntbelne'eiecfed6!1 ;!iitnoerely ner In which lio iin i ^ '" the man inn B0, astal rl ,i ^ee"' anti >fi no tion Of evoi-v mLf hearty co-opera Ho aio S8r.0? U'° *omran. public for the as-S - ,0,'t'mnk t]>o the past few weeks '"m/iT" ,?url"Z i know that the "ftl not Wends. Thern u-n« 50 Juany to do ana ho hoped »b»tT ot worti would pitl tfielr simfiirtoi committee ln Vice-PresS;»'heej. inated by Mr. , ??'lvas nom seconded. jjf . 1 J'1/ pickburn that lie Should t'akn th" -not feel , account of,lils K'sis.on, on ff*'committee. He d°d"« 'i1?511T «o.j MS5'5?£f dou"°"' TreasS"'er:'Mr, |.-. A. SeI. . Secrelary,-m, T l re-appolnted to' 'tli"' ,,"',.,tcr was I work of Mr. i.'J8, Position. Tlie ! °f by the. chairman wii »l5* spol,8» |?'r,. Tester liid ?w state&a...
KILLED BY A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
KILLED BY A TRAIN. Orange, Wednesday.-As the passen ger train from Sydney to Dubbo was approaching Newbridge station last night, Jo)y.f Dowllng. a navvy working on the deviation works was struck by the engine and knocked down. ,He -was taken to tJlayney Hospital, where he died from sliock within an hour af ter admission. His left hand was crushed to a pulp, and it was amputa ted prior to his death by Dr. Marr.
Townspeople Fooled THE NAVAL HERO "JOKE." HOW IT WAS WORKED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
Townspeople Fooled THE NAVAL HERO "JOKE." IIOW IT-WAS WORKED. Broad grins were on the counten ances of some Albury people on Sat urday when they asked one another what they thought oC "it." "It" ob viously meant their hospitality to the nian who claimed to bo Engineer-Coin mander Coleman of H.M.A.S. Sydney, the war vessel which destroyed the lirnden (says an Albury exchange). By the train on Firday, the "Engineer Commander" arrived, berigged in all the glory of what was assumed to be a naval olllcer's uniform, and flourishing the indispensable cane. It appears that on the journey he became very \f/iendly. with a well-known Wagga architect, and represented that ho .was Engineer-Commander Coleman. The architect took this "hero" of Aus tralia's first sea fight to tlio Albury Club, where ho was most hospitably entertained. Ho was also taken to the Court House to see the P.M. How ever, that was one day- too early .n his career. The gallant sailorman paid a courtesy " call to an Albury cl...
AUSTRALIANS IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
. AUSTRALIANS IN EGYPT. , The olllclal Press representative with the Australian troops* In Egypt, referr ing to the Turkish attack on the canal, ; states tlmt the enemy fought vory well but their reserves retreated when dis covered by our artillery. Turkish dead are being found every day. The total now amounts to over GOO and seven hundred prisoners. Twenty Bri. tish were killed and one hundred woun ded. The training of the Australian troops In the desert arount Mena and Zictoun camps is very strenuous. One -unit marched twelve miles and posted out ponts. They made a night attack involving six miles marching, and re turned twelve miles to camp .n 24 hours.
Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
Gricket j -. I Following aro tho scorcs In ;th«> mutch Wambanumba v. West Bad, played on February 14th: West End.-E. Hartley, c Royuolds, b Harrold, 4; F. Rogers, c Coffey, b.Har rold, 0; W. MlUer, c Baker, b Harrold, 3; B. Hampton, c Baker, b M-Guigan, J. French, c Page, b Harrold, 0; C. Hampton, c Baker, b Harrold, 10; C. Henry, c Graham, b Iiarrold, 4: J. Miller, c Graham, b Harrold, II; C. Wright, c Baker, b Harrold, 3; l&lt;\ Pro thero, c Baker, b Harrold, 4. Sundries 5. Total S3. Wambanumba.-J. Baker, c C. ; Ha'upto.i, b French, 122; W. White, c I (J. Hmuu ton, !J T'rolhero, 31; J. Harrold run ou:, r. McGuirjan. b French, 1G; it. .\lur;i», b Frenen, 0; W. Coney, c M-Jivy, I: Ficnch, -'1: It. frorguson, not out 7; H. Page, st. Hampton, o Ro gers, 33; W. Graham, c French, b Frpnch, 4; W. Farry, c Hampton, b French, 10; A. Reynolds, c W. Miller, b French, 4. Sundries 4. Total 3S2.
Goolagong Motor Accident. OVER THE RIVER BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
Goolagong Motor Accident. OVER THE RIVER BANK. On Friday evening 12tli inst., a sen* j satlonal motor accident, in which it i iff a miracle.no lives were lost, occurr* ; ed at the bridge over'the Laehlan at Goolagong. Mr. Tom Olennon was driving Ills father's Overland can, in which were also seated Misses Heydou and Canty, and Messrs. Tom Melliday, M. Keaue and Tom Mclnnes, and was approaching the bridge from the north side down a steep grade, with a oharp turn at the bottom. By some means the car became unmanageable and wo:it to the right of the approaches down a precipitous bank and over boul ders towards the river, eventually turning upside down on top of a big stump, only a few feet from the civer. All the occupants were thrown clcar ..v:th the exception of Messrs. Melii* | day and Glennah, who were pinned un* dcrrcoth, but, hi^dly, owing to tho j stump taking weight off them, noi-, tlior was Kt»rious»'*y injured. . Tho others enca'jPd wltS» sundry, bruises, torn clothes,.cU. Th...
ZEPPELIN DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
ZEPPELIN DESTROYED. A Zeppelin, one of the latest, was burnt at Karo iBland, Denmark. She encountered a snow storm while doing outpost duty and fought the elements for 5 hours, till Anally only one mo tor was working. She then passed Danish frontier towns rapidly sinking; then the fourth motor ceased and tho airship landed. The commander fired j her to prevent revelations regarding t'te secret machinery and equipment. I The Allies artillery destroyed many bivouacs, ammunition, and convoys, be tween the sea and the river Olse, and . inflicted heavy losses on the enemy, north of Arras and near Perthe.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
THE LAST DAY OF LearmontV Grand Discount Sale of ail Sales is Pet*. SSOtli. No Gash Discount after Saturday Bargains Most Extraordinary will be offered on Saturday, the Closing Day of Sale All next week up to Saturday, February 27th will be devoted to clearing out the few remaining lines of Summer Drapery and Millinery at the most unheard of Special Clearing Prices. Remnants and odd lines in all departments must be parted with. Don't Miss Saturday, 20tli February, the last day for 3/- in the £ Discount off everything And remember all next week for hundreds of genuine eye-opening Bargains all at Special and Drastic Reductions. ' Joseph Learmont, CHEAPSIDE, The Home of Bedrock Prices. Main Street Phone 123. Young. HARD TO BEAR. When the back aches nud pains so badly that you can't work, caa't mat, can't sleep, can't eat, It's hard to bear. Thousands' of aching linens havo been relieved and cured. People uro learning that backacho pains coino from weak kidneys, that Doau's Back acho Ki...
Attempted Bribery of Inspector. HOTELKEEPER FINED £5. "MONEY SPEAKS ALL LANGUAGES." [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915
Attempted Bribery of Inspector. ; HOTELKEEPER FINED £5. "MONEY SPEAKS ALL LAN GUAGES." At tho Young I'olJco Court oa Wed nesday, before Mr. P. B. Treatt, P.M., John-Comcrford, licenseo of the Aus tralian Hotel, Young, war. proceeded against by Thomas IJleasdaic, sanitary inspector for the Municipal Council on charge of attempted bribery. Mr. Hogan appeared for the prosecu tion and Mr. Campbell for defendant. Thomas Bloasdale, sanitary inspec tor for the Municipality of Young, and Inspector under the Pure Foods Act for the Board of Health, stated that ho knew defendant who was an hotdkeeper. On the 9th February at about 11 a.m. ho went into the back premises of the hotel, and was look ing around the public lavatories, stab les and yards, when Mr. Comcrford came to him and said "What's up now?" Wituess told him that things 'were not too satisfactory yet. He had complained several times before, and had given defendant notice before. Witness said t;p Comcrford to come down and he would ...