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ENGLAND'S FOOD SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
ENGLAND'S FOOD SUPPLY. Loudon, Fob. 22.-The Board of Ae ricuUuro estimates that tlioro is sufll clent wheat and flour in tho United Kingdom to maintain tho normal bread consumption over four months. The present supplies of foodstuffs, if pro perly distributed would provide lor a year without further supplloo.
Commonwealth Powers WHEAT EXPORT TO VICTORIA. JUDGMENT OF INTERSTATE COMMISSION. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
Commonwealth Powers WHEAT EXPORT to VICTORIA. JUDGMENT OF INTERSTATE COMMISSION. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. ?The Interstate Commission deliv ered judgment to-day in the Common "wealth Plaint against N. S. Wales Wheat Acquisition Act, at tho conclu* sion of four hours Judgment. .Mr. Plddtngton said that his opin ion was that the Commonwealth plaint should be dismissed. Mr. Swinburne dissented, and up held the Commonwealth plaint. Mr. Lockyer indicated that he was in agreement with Mr. Swinburne. (Argument was concluded before I the Intcr-Stato Commission Ij\st Tues day in tho plaint brought by the Com monwealth Government- asking that the New South Wales Government be prevented from prohibiting tho export of wheat to Victoria).
FOR THE COMPLEXION. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
I : ! » FOR THE COMPLEXION. Every woman should take pride and dolfghl In her personal appearance, aud no wotaiiVcatfibe truly -.beautiful without'ohehas the bright eyes, rosy cheelcs, and tho fresh, clear complex* ton of health. Every woman may possess Uioso charms if sho will at tend carefully to her physical condl , tlon, and to accomplish this she -will I And Laxo-Torric Pills invaluable, for I clean blood means a clear complexion, find Laxo-Tonic Pills taken as a tonic, j will give anyone clean, pure, red blood. | Hogular size 1/; double aire, 2/. Ob tainable at W. F. Weeden'a,
Railway Washaways AT SOLFERINO AND BENDICK MORRELL. GOOD WORK BY RAILWAY MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
Railway Washaways AT SOLFERINO AND BEND1CK MORRELL. GOOD WOItK BY RAILWAY MEN. The thunderstorm on Friday last did a considerable amount of daniago to the ralhvay lino .In the vicinity of the Young Racecourse and Solferino Sid ins. Over three inches ot rain was registered at Mr. Geo. Patterson's Home Farm. A large volume of water about 300 yards wide came down from Tippernry Gully towards McHenry'y Creek, carrying with it large quanti ties of fnllen timber, fencing posts etc. Ganger McDonald and men were quick ly on tite scene and by releasing the -wire netting at several places and pil oting the timber and logs through the various .culverts, prevented a washaway at the spot where one occur ed ueariy three years ago. A largo gum log weighing nearly Ave tons was deposited between the piles of the racecourse bridge and several chains of nowiy erected rabbit-proof fence was knocked about. At Solferino about 280 points wns recorded during the afternoon, A washaway occurred on the railwa...
Regains (His Speech) CURIOUS INCIDENT AT MORANGORELL. SPEECH SUDDENLY RESTORED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
Regains (His Speech j CURIOUS INCIDENT AT MOR ANGORELL. 'SPEECH SUDDENLY RESTORED. Mr. Townshend Hill, a nephew of Miss McGregor, postmistress at Mor angorell, had a curious and decidedly welcome experience during the atorni last Friday, when during a thunder storm his sense of speech which he had lost for two or three months sud denly returned to'him In a dramatic manner.. It appears that Hill left Morangorell to golnto camp with the Slxtli Australian Light Horse prior to embarklug with the Second Expedi tionary Forces for Egypt. Whilst In camp however, he contracted measles and was in a hospital for a time. When he came out of the hospital, to his dismay lie found that he had lost his speech, or at least, could only speak in a whisper that was almost in audible. He came home to soe his friends before going to the war, but returned to Sydney for medical treat ment. The case punzled the doctors, and Dr. Arthur after watching the case j for some time sent the patient home, thinking t...
A Plucky Mailman CARRIES MAILS THROUGH FLOOD. SULKY WASHED OUT OF STREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
A Plucky Mailman CARRIES MAILS THROUGH FLOOD, SULKY WASHED OUT OP STREAM. Mr. A. Cook carrics the mail be tween Young and Grogan, and at times goes through thrilling experiences. His experience during the Milong 3ood last , Friday, was, he says, the most excit ing ho has ever had In his life. He was returning from Grogan, and had reached Milong when lie met the flood. Deciding to proceed, however, he had ; not reached Mr. Hoffman's-residence, at the 14-mile peg, when lie found him self In water up to the bottom of the sulky. Thinking he could get through and that the water was no deeper, he pushed on but soon his horse was swimming and tho sulky washed out of the stream. Luckily, however, tho sulky was blocked by a tree and the driver himself got out somehow. Af ter this episode, Cook through It bet ter to wait awhile, but later on de cided to proceed. Although night closed in, he still kepi on, through the vast sea of water. Ho did not know how deep it might be, all he could see wa...
Young T.G. Races. THE FINAL ARRANGEMENTS SUCCESSFUL MEETING AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
: Young T.G. Races. . THE FINAL ARRANGEMENTS SUCCESSFUL MEETING AHEAD. Now that n good rain lias fallen throughout the district prospects for the Young Annual races on March 10 nud 11 have Improved considerably. Tho commlttce arc enthusiastic, too, aud last night when a meoting was hold only one member was absent. This was Mr. J. X. Dwyer, who in stead, sent a notlllcation that his ; promiso made at tho settling last year [ of a donation of £10 to tho prize mon ey would be forthcoming. This was i received with applause. Mr. F. H. . Tout presided last jiight, and those present included Messrs. D. MacKen zle, \Y. J. Hills, \V. C. Ellernian, H. 0. Breden, H. L. Phillips, T. F. Treslliun, J. Gordon, A. Liddiard, J. L-angrJdge, A. J3. Phillips, T. F. Dun, "P. Waldron, S. Burrows, \V. J. Cof fey,, and'F. H. Hopwood (secretary). A large amount of business relative to the forthcoming meeting was trans acted. Tho track is to be harrowed at once, and those trainers using the track are to secu...
Indifferent Parents RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
Indifferent Parents RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. At St. John's Church on Sunday 1 night last, tho Rector in speaking on "Life's Call," had something to say In reference to the abovo mentioned subject. . He said-? "In the choice ol our life work and In the pursuit of our business enterprises thero must be raoro considerations than the merely monetary ones. True life is not sum med up in tho terms of £ u d. The pre sent war showed that; How many ( bravo men there were who had gone ' forth to fight for the Empire on land and sea, who had felt that honour, and patriotism and the defcnce of the weak were of greater value than any wealth, however great. Yet how many thero wore to-day who in tho choice of work, or business, or locality to live in, left out of consideration tho chief consider ation, how it would afCect their spirit ual life, how it would concern charac ter, what chance it would afford for the exercise of the privileges o! their religion. Only that week he had he...
Bendick Morrell Flooded. RACECOURSE UNDER WATER. WASH AWAYS ON RAILWAY. EXPERIENCES IN THE WATER. WEATHERBOUND RACEGOERS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
Bendick SViorrell Flooded. RACECOURSE UNDER WATER. WASH AW AYS ON RAILWAY. EXPERIENCES IN THE WATER. WEATHBKBOTJND RACEGOERS. (From our Correspondent). - Bendick Morrell, Saturday.-Tho lo cal raco club, endeavoured to run off their programme on. Friday;- every thing having been douo to make the mooting-'n success. It was thought that on account of tho dust, very little of the races would bo Been by race goers, hut at about 12.15 rain came down in torrents, and sheltor was at once sought. This was achieved by many through the generosity of Mr. M. Fisher who threw his house open to all comers, and needless to say was availed of to its utmost capacity. The rain poured in torrents until 1.30; it i then ceased for a timo and the com* mitteo at onco got to work and got , the first race off. This was won I by Lady Hiversdale, Bluo Belt 2nd, Borrowmore 3rd. j Five horses started in this race and by the look of the horses, and jockeys after they came In, had been mud pelt ing from start to f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
THE HUSTLERS HATS Thero is scarcely any part of Man's Attire that requires such careful con sideration as his Hat-We have made this part of his "Dross" ft special Stmiy. By Keen Buying, Studious Caro and being over on the alert for all that is good and now in Hatdom, wo con justly claim to bo 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 require-We havo it and at the. Lowest Posslblo-Price too. A FEW O FOUR HATS AND PRICES. THE PLYMOUTH-A smart medium width leaf, in the new "Embossed Felt" in Sage Green, and Reseda (Green Groy)'shados, 4/11 each. THE SHREWDI--A neat cut ndge Black Felt, narrow leaf, 4/1? *ch. "THE REVUE"-An except v.lly Smart Hat in very whito Bluch Straw; lined with whito or colored satin or silk, a very smart Block 'lias all the appearance of a good Panama, and was made to sell at 10/6, but wo secured a quantity of them and out they go at 4/11 each. THE HOTSPUR-A wide leaf Brown Fel...
The W.D.R.A. Stipendary Steward. IS Mr HOGAN A COMPETENT MAN? RUENALT AND PINE PARK'S PERFORMANCES CITED AS AN INSTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
The W.D.R.A. Stipendary Steward. 18 Mr HOGAN A COMPETENT MAN? RUENALT AND PINE PARK'S PER FORMANCES CITED AS AN INSTANCE. At the annual meeting of the Cow ra J.C. on Thursday last tHo following discussion relative- to Stipendiary Stewards took place: Mr. Martin said he considered the time, had corao to.-revert to*, the . old ldea;ot 'managing their "racing by com mittees. Under the present idea of stipendiary Stewards racing was dis graceful, and to his mind the old idea was better. He described the per formance of Ruenalt and Pine Park at last Cowra show meeting as very "warm," and yet it was allowed to pass unnoticed the .stipendiary stew ard must have been either blind or had dust in his eyes, and as a result the public were those who suffered. He moved accordingly that it bo a re commendation to the incoming com mittee. Mr. E. Smith was of the opinion that the way racing was at present constituted it would be hard to do away with stipendiary steward:*, but I ho held with Mr. Mar...
Sports at Oakvale A SUCCESSFUL DAY'S OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
Sports at Oakvale A SUCCESSFUL DAY'S OUTING. A good attendance turned out at the I sports on Saturday last, arid being in high spirits owing to the glorious rain on the previous 'day, seemed to thor oughly enjoy themselves. Tho com mittee succeeded In getting through a lengthy programme In good time, the contests in most instances being very keen. A collection by the Silases Wall and Ida Yerbury in aid o£ tho Red Cross. Fund; results .In-a good , auin being obtained^ towards that worthy object Appended are the resutls of the diltorent events: Coys 12 and tinder: G, Sneddon 1, T. Shoard 2. Girls, 12 and under: M. Shoard 1, N. Dawson 2. All-Comer's Handicap: W. Scott, 8 yds., 1; W. Harploy, 12yds, 2. 13 star ters. Boys, 16 and under: L. Scott 1, J. Munphy, 2. Married Ladies' Raco: Mrs, Dawson 1, Mrs. Sutherland 2. . Three-legged race: N. Fisher and P. Heidtman 1. W. Scott and. P. Mur pby 2. Single Ladies' Race: Miss M. Forbes i 1, Miss L. Scott 2. v i Old Buffer's Race: l&lt;v...
BENDICK MORRELL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
BENDICK MORRELL RACES. Following are the results: Bondick Morrcli, Saturday. OPENING HANDICAP. Lady IUversdalc, 8.5 (Robinson) ?. 1 I31ue Dolt, 8.12 (Koir) 2 Borromore, 7.12 (Bnllintino) .... 3 Won by two lengths. Time 1.25. , MAIDEN PLATE.. Wcolong, (Itobinson) .. .. '. ' 1. Jinnlc Carvel (Kclr) 2 Lady Baron (Tague) .. ... . 3 Won by two lengths. Time 1.29.
COWRA PONY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
COWRA PONY RACES. Following are the results: Plying Handicap.-Jansen 1, Tampa 2. Pearl Thimble and Lady Argonette also started. Trial Stakes.-Glvelo 1, Many Col ors II.. Only starters. Lachlan Handicap.-Gold . Bolt 1, Maid of AH Work 2. Mt. Lavlnta also started. Cowra Pony Handicap.-Tho Fawn 1, Liverctto 2. Pearl Thimble. Tampa, Jansen, Lady Argonette, Gwelo also started. ,. , District Handicap.-Many Colors 1, Maid of All Work, 2. Mt. Lavina also started. Farowoll Handicap-The Fawn 1, Smlthtown 2. Only starters.
MOOREFIELD RACES. —Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
MOOREFIELD RACES. -Saturday. Flying Handicap-'Itulnall 1, Arro form 2, Sweet Malt 3. Stewards' Milo ?-Flavorus 1, Poesy 2, Saluo 3. Kog arali Stakes-Uralsk J, Spadlx 2, Va lorlo 0 3. Juvenile Handicap-Seal ed Orders 1, Brilliants 2, Kldmoro 3. February Handicap-Magas 1, Oraiua 2, Wombah 3. "Welter Handicap - Ethel Buckley 1, Sweet Malt 2, Hot Cako 3.
V.A.T.C. RACES—Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
V.A.T.C. RACES-Saturday. St. Clair Trial-Honorino 1, Royal Alice 2, Itegality 3. Alraa Stakes Hosanna 1, Karl 2, Colosla 3. Wood cliff Handicap: Winnipeg 1, Wishing Cap 2, Lempriere 3, Stanloy Steeple chaee-Algabohnyah 1, Moonbarru '2, El Progroaso 3. Futurity Stakes - Plash of Steel 1, Naxborry 2, Bloguo 3. Ha-wkBburn Handicap -Traquotto 1. Wl65 Meadows 2, Golden Wlro 3.
WYALONG FLOODED. MORE RAILWAY DAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
WYALONG FLOODED. MORE RAILWAY DAMAGE, West Wyalong, Saturday.-The hea viest * thunderstorm experienced for many yeans passed over this town and portion of the district on Friday even ing. There were 265 points at West Wyalong and 355 at Wyalong. but near Hiawatha, eight miles from town, over 41 inches fell. Fences were washed away there, also several chains oi oarthworks at Cudgelllco. A railway engine on the Ungario sido of the wasliawny is stranded at present. The fall occurred in less tlian an hour. At some centres, only 15 and 30 miles dw tant, only a few point fell. On tlio Temora-Wyalong line, a few miles from Wyalong, tho water was washing over the lino for about 80 chains.