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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
GORDON & GARLING -SOLICTOR S. LYNCH STREET, YOUNG. Koorawatha visited every Saturday. Murrumburrah, Harden and other contres by nppointment. Spoclal consideration given to Land Board matters. Money to Lend or. all classes of se* curity In large or small sums.
FIRE AT BARELLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
FIRE AT BARELLAN. . Barollnn, Feb. 22.-Tlio Attn out break cf lire sirico Christmas occurr ed In the township at i a.m., on the 10th. The building was of pino wea therboard, owned by Mr. T°rence O'Shaughnessy, and tenanted by yic Postinnuter-General and Mr. R. «. Bradbury. Tho flro originated be neath the post ollice, near tlio letter slot, and worked to tlio partition wan between that ollice and tho store, breaking through Into thoso promises An utter absence o£ wind, timely dis covery by Mr. May, tho schoolmaster, and an able and energetic band o* fire-fighters, quickly prevented a ser ious conflagration. On tho l"tli a» exhaustive inquiry was held by tlio Coroner, Mr. W. H. McRae, who re turned an open vordict.. For tho last issue of the Witness the demand was so great that wo were unable .to supply tho pxtra numo®r quired. Those who wero dlsappointeo should aend In their names to bo piac* cd on tho regular cubscribor's list..
SPORTING [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
SPORTING The Young T.-C. entrioa close on Wednesday, 3rd March,, at 8 o'clock. .Programmes can bo secured from tho secretary. . . At tho last meeting of tho A.J.C. a number of amounts -were voted from' tho distressed Jockeys' fund, Including a grant of £75 for the relatives of tho lato William Willis, who was killed at Woodstock, to to distributed by tho Western District Itacing Association. In the Opening Handicap at Tumut last week Brasao fluished third. Tho steward was dissatisfied with tho horse's performance and after an In quiry 'disqualified Williams (owner), Manning (rider), and the horse for 12 months. The charge was improper practices. A Melbourno telegram states that Mr. John Wren has suspended tho payment of nomination fees on tho Fitzroy, Richmond and Ascot racing courses, owing to the high prices of horse feed." Tho shoeing at tho forthcoming Young Turf Club Ilaces is to be work ed on an improved principle. Instead of selling the right and allowing tho buyer to charge ...
MARENGO RACES TO-MORROW. GOOD DAY'S SPORT PROMISED. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
MARENGO RACES TO-MORROW. GOOD DAY'S SPORT PROMISED. The annual raco meeting of tho Marongo Jockoy Club promises to be a great success to-morrow, and there Is sure to bo a big attendance from Young and tho district centres. The rain has made the track good, and Mr. D. Cummins and Ilia committee have everything in readiness for a good day's outing. The following are the weights: Oponing Handicap.-Precision 10.5, Wild West, 0?12, Lady Riversdale, 7.2, Cleanflold, 6.12, Lady Baron, 6.7. Publicans' Purso.-Cupiditas 9.9, Sir Major 8.2-, A.J. 6.12, Kletic 6.10. Handicap Trial Stakes.-Cleanflold 9.5, Ono and Three 8.10, A.J. 8.2, Miss Ettie 8.2,' Itackroy 8.0, Borrowmore 7.12, Miss Alphenslne 7.7, Black , and White 7.7. Marengo J.C. Handicap.-"Wild West 9.12, Cupiditas 8.12, Lady Riversdale 7.0, A.J. 6.7.
Load of Timber Burned LIME CAUSES FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
Load of Timber Burned LIME CAUSES FIRE. Last Friday, Mr. Walter Dawe load od timber at Mr. W. Vogt's yard on Ills waggon, and was proceeding home when overtaken by the rainstorm that afternoon. On his arrival at Warn* ibanumba, the creek was In high flood, land it was impossible to get across. I On top of the load of timber which comprised about 3100 super feet of Baltic lining, -100 super feet Colonial pine. Iron, spouting, ridging, etc. were three bags of lime. These got wet and fired. It was no time before the whole load of timber was well alight and as Mr. Dawe was without assis tance he could not save it. In trying to do so, however, he sustained sev« eral severe burns about the body and hands. The whole of the timber was burnt together with the side of the waggon before the fire was extinguish* ed. The load of timber etc. was val» ued at £40, and with the damage to ; the waggon will bring Mr. Dawe's loss, lu the vicinity of £50 or £60.
Rainfall Records SOME DISTRICT REGISTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
Rainfall Records SOME DISTRICT REGISTRATIONS, j Tho storms which passed over the district last Friday were exceptionally severe In many places and resulted in dams being filled almost generally. PloodB were experienced in places, particularly Milong, Wombat, .Warn* banumba, Bendick Morrell, and Mar engo. On the railway lino at Solfer ino and Bendick Morrell thero were washawaya which delayed the mall train a"bout two hours on» Friday night. Bendick Morrell races had to be post poned till to-day. The following are a few of the district registrations to hand: Young 133 Kooringa 335 . Harden . 182 Grenfell .. v 87 West Wyalong 353 Balabla 200 Wyalong .. 345 . Glaisnock 130 MorangdVell .. .. .. .. 144 Oakvale .. .. .. . :a'&lt;120 Thuddungra .'.'',118 Tubbul .. .. .... ., 146 Burrowa .. 108 - Hampstead .... .. ; ..-.101. . M&rsden .. . G3 Ben. Morrell (estimated)' GOO . Cowra '.. ...70 Tumbleton .. .. .. .. .. 327 : Wombat 488 , Wambanumba .. .. ..'- 241 Marengo .. .. .....
WHY SHOULD WOMEN SUFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
WHY SHOULD WOMEN SUFFER. Old time logic accepted it as a mat* ter of cold fact that women were made to Buder fmm girlhood to the grave. What a monstrance doctrine. A book dealing with the matter of pain and suffering as affecting woinen-foU and which tolls how thousands hav*. been restored by a simple hometr*» ment to permanent health after years of pain, will be sent free to anyone ,who cuts out tL.u advt, and sends it to Dept. A113 LALIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH, 54 Oxford street, Sydney Ladles visiting the city are cordial!} Invited ..to call and chat over health matters with thpi ManageroBS. Sydney mails to Grenfell will arrive by train at 11.30 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday; mall for Sydney i closes 1.40 p.m. snme days. Arrange* ? ments arc being made for motor ser vice to and from Young, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. James Harold Birmingham was com mitted for trial at Wagga on Friday last on a charge of maliciously setting fire to a house. Bail was allowed, s-lf in £50, an...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
RIFLE SHOOTING. Result o( coi. petition ahoot held on February 17th and 20th at 500 yards, 11 shots: 1st stage 2nd stage hep. T'l Capt. McVeigh . 34 34 2 70 H. Pearso .... 31 .33 & 70 J. J. Roblnaon .31 32 . 8 ' 70 \V. Bolton . J .. 32 ' 27. 17 . 70 I*. Alien .. .. 31 27 ' 10 : '68 A. Robertson .. -32 33 2 67 J. Jtfntoul .. .. 25 27 24 fi6 A.J. Rabbets ..30 31 4. 65 13. Armstrong .. ,30; . 30 5 65 W. Pegrame .. 26 29 10 . 65 11. Balloy .... 27 26 9 62 H. Burtlneliaw . 32' 25 5* 62 R. Rennio .... 30 31 - 61 A. Mtddleton . 19 31 10 60 W. Duckland .. 18 29 13 60 J. F. Cunningham 27 ' 23 10 60 V. CImlkfcr . . 18 29 12 69 M. Jasprlzza .. 28 26 4 58 J. Irviuo .. .. 18 26 9 53 H. Mackenzio .. . 28" . 16* 9 53 W. Hopwood . . 23 18 10 51 T. Hall .. .. .. . 20 2$ 5, 49
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
Important to Farmers. .The New Mcdormick Drill Is fitted with chain drive wh'ch make3 it absolutely the best drill on the market. Call in at our depot and inspect the new improved grain sowing device. Easy Terms for Early Orders. TRESILIAN & DUN, LOCAL AGENTS. Phone 55. ICE! ICE! ICE! Ice now delivered to any part of the town in Large or Small Quantities. PRICE-3/6 Per Cwt. Small Blocks containing about I4lb., 6d each". '. Aerated Water and Cordials of the Finest Quality. T. MCVEIGH, Telephone 162. :: Y( The Famous Southern Cross indLmills. [Pumps, Tronglaing. Etc. If you are in need of a Pumping Plant fully erected or a bore put downf consult "BOB" 99ARTIN The Farmers' Supply Co. - Young. 'PHONE 183- BOX 31. ? W. O. CARTWRIGHT, MONUMENTAL WORKS : : YOUNG Inspoct my Designs and Get My Prices for Granite and Marble Monuments, Crosses and Headstonea BEFORE BUYIN G ELSEWHERE. (All Work.Guaranteed). HAVING BEEN FORTUNATE IN SE CURING A FULL RANGE OF Travellers' Samples of Women'...
Help the Ambulance EVERYBODY WANTED AT THE FRUIT SHOW. OPENS THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
Help the Ambulance EVERYBODY WANTED AT THE FRUIT SHOW. OPENiS THURSDAY NIGHT. To help the Red Cross Society In raising £550 to secure an ambulance for the front the Young Fruit-growers Union decided to give the whole of , the proceeds from the annual show to that object. Likewise the Tipperary Minstrels have a similar object In , view by giving a show for that worthy cause. These events will bo held in the Town Hall on Thursday and Fri day nights. In connection with the Fruit Show very keen competition will bo felt in the section relating to "The Best Kept Orchards." Already there are seven entries for orchards, 3 to 10 acres, and nine for 10 acres and upwards. Tho committee found it a very diflicult task to s,elect a judge. They appealed to the Department of Agriculture for help in the matter, and the Department lias notified the secretary, that they iiavo appointed Mr. Bryant, the Fruit Ex pert, to act as judge. The committee 1 feel very pleased and ask for more or chards even if ...
Scholarships TENABLE AT YOUNG DISTRICT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
Scholarships TENABLE AT YOUNG DISTRICT SCHOOL. ' Tho following scholarships have been awarded to candidates as tho result of ,tho'competition at JJic qualifying certj. flcato examination of November icth last. Lancelot G. Blackmoro (Young); Hazel V. Brown (Grenfoll); Henry ft. Brown (Broula); Percy Fleming (Koorawathn); Gladys Ruth Fraxer (Gronfell); Frank R. Jarrett (Cowra); Joseph'T. B. Mackio (Woodstock); Luchlan Cecil McLean (Koorawatha); Clem Merritt (Grentell); Alexander John Moffltt, (Young); Vincent W. Pfeiffer (Grcnfcll); Florence M. Smith (Cowra); Jean Cameron Sneddon (Young); Cyril James Woodbridgc (Young). Mr. A. It. Sneddon's two daughters have both won scholarships at Young District School. The elder daughter was tho flsrt girl to win a scholarship at the school, and this year the young er daughter acquitted herself by being the only girl from the school to securc the covoted honor.
LYCEUM PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 23 February 1915
LYCEUM PICTURES. Last night tho ab0Y0 company screened a good programme Ju tho Town Hall to a good attendanco. The pictures being well received. To night tho company will screon tho Thanhouser Star drama "Tho Substi tute," In two pnrts and tho P&tho drama J,A Faithless Friend," In two parts, In addlUpn, to tho usual up-to dato programme.'" Prices as usual.