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Red Cross in France A CHAPLAIN'S EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915

Red Cross in France A CHAPLAIN'S EXPERIENCES. (From the Church Standard.) Among those who have had inter esting experiences In Paris'and the neighborhood during the weeks after the Gorman retreat, is the ttev. P. Anstruther Cardew, chaplain of St. George's Church, of the Hertford, British Hospital and the Theatri cal Home at Montmartre, and at one time working In Queensland. After a busy, ,'tiijie spent in organising, with, the help ot (Mrs. Cardew, different branches of work for the relief of the English poor in Paris, and reorganis ing the Hertford British Hospital to meet the .needs of wur/sMr. Cardew began to do active work with the Bil tish Red Cross, and hla experiences ! "with a motor ambulance are quoted i from the story ho tells in his parish magazine. "We left Paris with u train of cloven motor-cars. ... In each vil-, lago the German billeting numbers were chalked upon the doors of the. cottages;- stating how many isoldlers, they were expected to'receive. One of the saddes...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Visitors Banqueted A MAGNIFICENT GATHERING PEE[?] IT THE GRAND MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915

The Visitors Banqueted A MAGNIFICENT GATHERING. SPEECH BY THE GRAND MASTER. At six o'clock the Visitors were ban quetted at St. John's Hall, and the attendance vras splendid. Over 150 sat down to the repast, and this num ber included fully 30 ladies. Over 1UQ sat down at the first table, and after ill', had partaken of the good things provided, the toast list was*entered upon. P.N.G. Bro. J. Sawyer presid | ed and in a few words welcomed the . visitors to the gathering. The visi tors included the Grand Master (Bro. Xicod) and the District Officers and delega.es; Aid. W. J. Hills (represen ting the Mayor), Dr. Purchas, Dr. Berge, Dr. Kerr (medical otiicers), . and representatives of the various kin . dred societies having branches .n the town. Apologies for non-attendance and best wishes for the success of the function, were read from the Mayor (Aid. L. It. Tierney), Mr. John Lynch M.H.R. (Werriwa), Mr. G. A. Burgess MjL.A. (Burrangong), Dr. Dowling, Dr. Goode (medical officers) and ...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Oddfellows in Conference Southern District Grand United Order. ANNUAL DELEGATE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915

Oddfellows in Conference Southern District Grand United Order. ANNUAL DELEGATE MEETING. ; Tlie annual Delegate Meeting of the I ; Southern District Grand United Order I of Oddfellows was held in th-_* Odd- j fellows* Hall, Young, on Wednesday I last, when representatives from utany | all the Lodges in the District were pre sent. The Grand Master of the Order (Bro. Nicod) was also in attendance. District Master, Bro. Jos. Lever: pre sided. and the following delegates re presented the various lodges:-Aibury (M. Polatsek); Ariah Park, (R. B. Kennedy); Barmedman (J. Gerrard); Bethungra (J. Wood), Bimbi (E. Rob inson); Cooiamon, (M. Stodart); Coot amuadra. {A. J. Middleton); Grahams town (F. Young), Greenethorpe (J. E. Short), Grenfeii (J. T. Howick), Gun dagai (J. P. Carey); Harden (T. Lan ham), Hiilston (M. Comans), Junee (H. Fishburn); Leeton (J. Paulsen); Marengo (Jas. Brahain); ?durrumbur» rah (G. J. Shallick); Narandera (W. L. Bamett); Stockinbingai (F. W. Lean); Temora (A. J. l)rj...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Found Dead. MR. JACK BOND SUCCUMBS TO HEART FAILURE. GRIEF CONTRIBUTES TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915

Found Dead. MR. JACK BOND SUCCUMBS TO HEART FAILURE. GRIEF CONTRIBUTES TO DEATH. Mr. Jack Bond, hairdresser was found dead a few minutes after mid- night on Wednesday lying on the foot path in front of a shop near the Railway hotel in Clark street, the dis- covery being made by Mr. D. Peacock when on his way home from his work at the electric lighting station. The circumstances surrounding Mr. Bond's death are sad in the extreme. Only ten days ago Mrs. Bond died in the Sacred Heart Hospital after a few days illness, and the grief caused by this sudden loss affected Mr. Bond greatly, and this combined with the exceptional heat of the past week or so, contributed to the cause of death. Medical evidence given at the inquiry testified to the weakness of the de- ceased's heart. Mr. Bond was 53 years of age, and although only a resi- dent here of late years for a few weeks he lived at Young some years ago, and is very well known locally, and in the surrounding towns of Murrumburrah, Cowra...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915

PERSONAL ' Ex-Constable Robert Anderson la one of the oldest members of the Grand United Lodge at Young, and lie i did yeoman service at the celebrations on Wednesday, by acting as door keeper. Mr. Fred Neeld, uenr., of "Wyalong Houee" (the discoverer of the Wya* long Goldflelds) celebrated his Sotir birthdny on Monday.. The old gen* tlemr.n is still in fairly good health. This afternoon Mr, W. Rogan as* cendcd the roof of a shed to adjust some iron that threatened to blow away, when he fell through the roof, sustaining some bruises on the arm. Mr. Selwyn Metcalfe, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Metcalfe, of Young, late of the Bank of N. S. Wales, Stock- inbingal, having obtained leave from the bank applied for enrolment in the Army Service Corps. He goes into camp to-morrow. Another accident occurred on the now railway bridge, on the Burrowa road, deviation to-day. Mr. D. Kite was driving a load of wood, when the horse slipped on the timber and fell, luckily escaping without serious inj...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915

IN MEMORIAM. BERGIN.-In sad but loving memory of my dear Brother and our dear Uncle, John Joseph Bergin, who was accidentally killed on February 18, 1913. Two sad years have passed and still we miss him. Oh, friends may think the wound is healed. But they do not know the sorrow Deep within our hearts concealed. —Inserted by his loving Sister and Nieces, Elizabeth Cullen, Renie Close, and Eileen Cullen. McMILLAN.—In loving memory of my   dear wife, Byeena Victoria, who died at the Burrangong Hospital, on 20th February, 1914. I often sit and think of thee, When I am all alone, For memory is the only thing   That grief can call its own.   I who loved you sadly miss you,   Only my poor heart can tell,   I have lost thee,   God has called thee.   Only for a time—farewell. —Inserted by her loving husband,   Richard McMillan.     McMILLAN.—In loving memory of my...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lodge Patients at Hospital. WHO SHOULD SUPPLY MEDICINE? OUTSPOKEN COMMITTEEMEN. DOCTORS ADMIT "PATIENTS NOT SICK ENOUGH." [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915

Lodge Patients at Hospital. WHO SHOULD SUPPLY MEDICINE? OUTSPOKEN COMMITTEEMEN. DOCTORS ADMIT "PATIENTS NOT SICK ENOUGH." Mr. H. J. Nesblt was particularly outspoken In his remarks at the Bur- rangong Hospital committee meeting on Tuesday night. The treatment of lodge patients in the institution and the practice adopted by the medical officers came in for special reference. He thought this was most unfair of the doctors. It was a big advantage to the doctors, he said, to have the hospital to send lodge patients to,   because it obviated the necessity of going to various scattered portions of the town to attend them. Then they get out of providing medicines for   their patients. Under the doctors'   agreement with the lodges they con- traded to supply medicine to their pa- patients, but when they were treated at the hospital, the committee were call- ed upon to buy the medicine. Lodge members too, were treated for 15/ per week. He thought it was...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 19 February 1915

CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS. All Advertisements in This Column—   3 lines for 1/...One Inch, 3/. 1915.—Subscriptions for 1915 to       the WITNESS may now be paid. 15/ per year if paid in advance. It not paid during January, the price will be 18/. Secure the discount by paying in advance. FOR SALE.—Three roomed House   and Wash-house, two tanks, and 15 good fruit trees, and good-will of land, ¼ acres undr miner's right,   special lease 1¼ acres; Garden fenced, and netted; 50 bee hives. The lot cash—£20.—Mrs. C. E. White, Gren- fell road. FOR SALE.—Saturday, 10 a.m., at C.   Wright nad Co.'s Rooms, a lot of Fresh fruit.     FOR SALE.—My bay pony "Queenie" Very quiet and reliable. F.     Beard, Wombat street. FOR SALE—Crossley Engine, 2½ h.p. good order. Can be seen working. No further use. Cheap.—Apply Wit- ness office.    ...

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A VALUABLE REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915

A VALUABLE'REMEDY. i ilea aro tho mc3t distressing com plaint and should ' always rcceivo prompt attention* .."\ftoxona, the Rapid Healer, is a remedy specially prepared for tho treatment of Piles. It.-will at one© relieve and will be found moot effective. In every Stato In Austin lla people have testified to the value of Hexona for Piles. Rexona la sold at 1/6 and 3/. ObtalnaWo everywhere.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The Blue Moon." TO BE PRODUCED IN COWRA. PRAISE FOR MR. AREY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915

j "The Blue foloon." TO BE PRODUCED IN COWRA.y PRAISE FOR MR. AREY. An Operatic. Socioty is to be formod in Cowra. Writing on the subject the Cowfa;-Freo Press'says:- ''Tim fart that" Mr. R. Ellwood Arcy. (tho cap able and energotic conductor of the first Philharmonic Society in Cowra, and now holding a similar position at Young) has taken the matter-in hand augurs well for tho success of the un dertaking. Since Mr. Arey ut.'iu to Young things musical in that town havo literally "boomed along." In addition' to his arduous labours in tho tuition of numerous pupils and in con ducting a Philharmonic Society and a church choir, with characteristic en ergy and pluck ho took in hand tho I matter of forming an Operatic Society. In a short spaco of time, and dosplte many obstacles, the Society gave & really excellent production of that de lightful and popular comic opera "The Blue Moon." So successful waa it that It was presented to tho Young public no less than throe times in tho |...

Publication Title: Young Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO EXCUSE FOR CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915

NO EXCUSE" FOB CRIME. A prisoner who<was up for sentence before Judge Scholea, nt tho Quarter Sesalons on Friday, put in a plea that he had a sick wife and 12 of a family four of them youns. "This man," said his Honor, "has brought up the matter of ills wife and .family. That is more reason why ho should be' bio* mod, because a inau wha han got a wife and family ohouUl not allow "him self to get into trouble, bcfaus.> of L'is duty to his wife and -family. It1 has no conaideration with uio, as af fecttug the guilt'of a man. though I am aorry for his wife and family."

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NO AMERICAN FLAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915

NO AMERICAN FLAGS. At a meeting of the coraralttoo of the Oberon A.H. and P. Association, it was decided on the motion of tho President, seconded by Mr. FYeor,ithat no American flegtj bo flown at tho noxt show. The Government Is to bo nak« crt to supply buntlns, tout no Axnerl* can flags.

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TO BE TREATED AS ARMED CRUISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915

TO BE TREATED AS ARMED CRUISERS. London, Feb. 22.-The Government la treating as nrmed cruisers Austrian submarines awaiting German orders to attack merchantmen! which belong to the Allies in the Adriatic.

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Recruiting MR. FISHER'S DECLARATION. "WE MUST DO MORE." [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915

Recruiting MR. FISHER'S DECLARATION. "WE «MUST DO MORE." Melbourne, Friday.-Speaking at a civic reception given this afternoon at Maryborough (Victoria), the Prlmo Minister, JV!r. KJsher, said no matter what statements were mado the Gov ernment was not going to depart from ita recruiting policy. It was not the fiusinesa of tho Government to go cau* tlously In a crisis such as the present but to go daringly, and take all risks that were In the public Interest. As far as he was eftneemed, ho was not one of those who-thought that party criticism ahouldcease in this crislu. It was a known fact that corruption'had crept in before in such a cri3ls !n a nation's history, and the Government would take atop*, that such would not be the case In tho prejent crista. It would keep a watchful oye on oven tho most patriotic people. It was the bounden duty of Australia to'provide adequate homo defence, and to do something moro than had been dono in the past for tho Mother Country, which had done so...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS SUPPLIED BY GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915

NEWS SUPPLIED BY GERMANY. .London, Feb. 22.-It is learned from 1 a neutral source that the Cairo cor respondent of the Berlin paper "Tag* liche Rundschau," has sent an amaz ing message to that journal: He sug gests that the conquest of Egypt is easy, as there are only 70,000 British troops there. The Australians and New Zealanders are, he says, fine big men, who receive 6/ a day, and of whom many have private meuns. "Hut," says the. correspondent, "they are not volunteers, becauso Austra lians who don't enlist are deprived of portion of their property."

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A NIGHT ALARM. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915

A NIGHT ALARM. Worse than an alarm of flro at eight Is tho brassy cought of croup which sounds liko tho chlldren!a doath knoll, and It may mean death unless some thing is done quickly. Dr. Sheldoa'e Now Discovery lor Coughs and Colds never falls to at onco xoliovo tho worst form of croup. Small dose. Pleasant fro take. Every botUo gtiarantood. Price 1/G and 3/. Obtainable at W. P. Woodon'fl.

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SUNK BY KRONPRINZ WILHELM. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915

SUNK BY KRONPRINZ WILHELM. London, Feb. 22.-It is now stated that tho British steamers, Poltaro, Highland Brao, and Hemisphere, which with two sailing vessels wero reported to have been suolc ia tho Atlantic, were not tho victims o£ tho Gorman cruiser Karlsruhe.- It is stated that the enemy vessel responsible was- tho Kronprina Wllhelm, 15,000 tons, a liner of the North German Lloyd, utilised as an auxiliary cruiser. Tho German steaiuer Holga, which landed tho crow and passengers at Buenos Ayres from the sunken steamers has been intern ed.

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A Trip to Burrinjuck "A PARTY FROM YOUNG GO FISHING." [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915

A Trip to Burrinjuck ' "A PAIt/TY FROM YOUNG GO ' FISHING." "All aboard please," This cry arous ed ub "whoiu after doing a 48 mile rail journey, followed by a resting -wait, or a waiting rest, I'm not euro whlch-and .was* specially wolcomo being IS hours earlier than the time set down for a atari on the attractivo and pictureuquo if aoincwliat exerting rldo on the train to Burren Juck reservoir, the coming popular attraction for holiday makers and the main necessity c/ the groat Yanco Irrigation Bcliemc. The Dulco (engine) under the care of Ita drivor and assistants carried its load morriiy along in even time across undulating tableland country, ilno %iews of tho high ranges In the dis tance being obtained. Presently wo began to drop down the mountain side and many-were the thrills as bead af ter bend was negotiated, the compass showing almost all the cardinal points rapidly in succession as the direction changed. Occasionally a look upward i showed a towering mountain almost right ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KAISER'S THROAT AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915

i KAISER'S THROAT AGAIN. London, Feb. 22.-Aii" affection'1 of tho throat Is causing the German Em peror much suffering.

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DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915

DISTRICT NEWS. 1 Harden, Feb. 18th:-Tho annual meeting of the Prejbyterlan Church, , Murrumburrah, was held last evening. The vnriouB reports allowed that all the organisations of tho charge wero very satisfactory. Tho session re port mentioned tho vacancy created by the resignation of Rev. W. Powell, after eight years faithful work. At ter three candidates had been neard an unanimous-call had been given tho Rev. S. B. Evans; Into of Liverpool, England. That tho services had since his induction been well attended. And the utmost cordiality existed be tween Minister and congregation. Monthly services had been conducted at Galong, Nubba, Garangula and' Cul llnga. Tho attendances at tho latter, in a private house woro auch, that a movement was on foot to built a | church. Tho report of tho commit tee of management enlarged on tho report of the Session and pointed out that the- Manse had boon thoroughly renovated at a cost of £119. Tho Hyinnury Introduced at a cost of £10. Seating accom...

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