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P. & A. SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
i P. & A. SUBSCRIPTIONS. I f Members of the Young Pastoral and Agricultural Asa-'tiatiou, are reiitiud j'] that Saturd-A/, «Jta »rcli L> ilio lest day Tor receMiig Buiiot I'npers u- an nection with tho annual election. Ad dress to tho,Rotuming OQlcer P. & A. Hall, and enclose subscription of £1 for current year.
BELGIUM'S APPEAL FOR HELP. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
BELGIUM'S APPEAL FOR HELP, j In another portion of this issuo, a letter appears from Mr. A. A. Ilodda. Ho suggests that a public meeting be held to arrango for help being giv en to our stricken ally. Help la want ed, and he gives twice who gives quick ly. Wc thorofore urge that tho lottor be read and acted upon. Already there la a War Food Fund committee established at Young, and tfo under stand funds are in hand. AM this is > .a fund contributed to by local resi dents, perhaps some arrangement could bo niado whereby tho Belgians could be assisted from this fund. ?&lt;lr. Jlodda's Buggcfction regarding weekly collections from everybody-not mere ly Bnrrowa street residents as is the usual custom-Js a good one. Peo ple would willingly givo. their six pences and shillings weekly and never miss them if collectors called regular* ly.
ST. MARY'S TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
ST. MARY'S TENNIS'CLUB. Tho quarterly meeting of members St. Mary's Tennis Club was held in the P. and A. Hall last night, about 20 being present. Mr. It. A. Martin presided and the following elections took place. President, Mr. It. A. Martin (in lieu of Rev. Father Percy, resigned). Hon. Secretary, Mr. W. Bolton (In lieu of Mr. H. A. Porter, resigned). Various other business was transacted and the meeting ad journed at 11.15 p.m. Tho club has had a very successful timo since its inception, due to tho untiring work put in by Mr. Porter, who has devoted u great deal of energy to tho club. His services will bo much missed, and ho was suitably thanked for his services.
ROBBERY UNDER ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
ROBBERY UNDER ARMS. Bimdaoerg, Feb. 24.-At tin D'sir.'ct Court boforo his Honor Sir Arthur1 Rutlcdgc, Stoplicn Noell and Ciurlas : Farrow Blunder-Field pleadad. guilty to robbory uudcr arms. Thti'was tlio ; recent sonpatlonal case in whtcli a mo tor car, in charge of Horace Yonng* of Fairymead,. was stuck up and robbed of £1600. Each of the accuaod "was eontenced to four ycara' imprison ment.
MR. JAS. PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
MR. JAS. PRICE. Says the £5undagnl Independent: "Mr. James Price, the veteran hand!* capper, was in a bad way at Wagga a few days ago, suffering from kidney troubles. He was able to come to Gundngai this week, and attend to the handicapping of our race meeting. He says he feels far from well, and h\s had a very trying time. "Never thought I would see Gundngai again!" lie told us, as ho described what he i had gone through stoce the Tumut races. He left for Cooma where ho will framo the weights for the meet ing to be held next week. PRAISE FOR FRUITGROWERS Mr. W. H, P. Edwards, fruit in spector In the districts from Albury to Cootamundra which Includes the recognised fruit growing district of Batlow, was in town to-day, and had a look in at the Young Fruitgrowers show. "I am particularly surprised, he said "at the splendid type of fruit grown here, more especially as it is such a very dry year. The growers of Youug are on the right track and are to be congratulated on the efforts put...
OPEN COLUMN This column is absolutely open to our readers to express their opinions. BELGIUM'S APPEAL FOR FOOD. PUBLIC MEETING AT YOUNG ADVOCATED. HOW CAN WE HELP. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
OPEN COLUMN This column is absolutely open to our readers to express their opinions;; BELGIUM'S APPEAL FOR FpOD^ PUBLIC MEfcTNG AT YOUNG : ' ADVOCATED.-. ' HOW CAN WE HELP. . (To the Editor). . . I land, pub ishod l i the Syclney^ ^SSsrrft $-«§%£.riwrss U«SSr Ar.sr »S »$. *fy cTme 1'the m,ly ^""the* m*" of thorn is «taBf,y'n.,'t)0 u,Teo chairmen appeal is sien^tl > establisbed of the National eomraittee^e^ in England and * latter country of the distressed in 1tbe e For the informal!ion ofthoiiew ^ ^ ""Y^ni--The" appeal is nmdo to «s°in AuatraHa, «o» million Betels ^ themselves. glum and una'b'® J° seven millions, and the whole "'^aenendent up rlcl. and poor nituc "/relief in Bel on the CommissionI T)10se elura tlvcir mnrtft to »ay, but who. have money in num they are rapidly 400,000 people her. There "e "°'vSitute, and in BelBlum ab®°lut1^lUe commission entirely depoDdm^ontne^^ M0 p0MpirevCrio&lt;lay ^lt in ha?t 80lon:"mu pounds must b© P qj tliis amount ^.arun^i^.i:i i S...
MAIL CLOSING TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
I MAIL CLOSING TIME. At last night's meeting of the Muni j citmj Council the question of the cio-> slng.tim£ of-rlie evening mail to Syd ney came up for discussion.-Aid. Rabbetts thought that now the train left at 7.25 p.m. instead of G.oS, the mail should he closed half an hour or three-quarters later than at pres ent. The train went nearly an hour later and still letters lmd to be posted at the same hour, viz., 5.35. Aid. Hills and Cooke supported the motion mov ed by Aid. Rabbetts, and the postal authorities aro to be approached on the matter.
BALE OF WOOL FOR £500. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
BALE OF WOOL FQR £500. Sydney, Feb. 22.-A'bale" of wool scoured by P. McWHMom, of Botany, was sold this afternoon nt'-the wool l sales and realised oyer £500, on ac>.| count of the French Patriotic League.; The bale was sold' 28 times, at prN i ces ranging from £10 to £26. After this it was purchased by the Sydney Woollen Mills, at 18jd per lb.
BURNT HIS TENT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
BURNT HIS TENT. An old man camped on the Teraora road had nn unpleasant experience yesterday, which resulted In a serious loss to him. It came about in a pec uliar way. The old man had boiled a fowl near his tent, and whilst away a raid was made on the cooked fowl by ants. He thought he would set rid of the invaders by setting lire to them. He Ignited a piece of paper and was scorching the ants when his tent caught fire, resulting In a consid erable quantity of his effects toeing destroyed.
KILLED IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
KILLED IN ACTION. Yesterday morning Mrs. Champion (wife of the Rev. S. A. T. Champion, rector o£ St. John's, Young, received a cable from London, stating that her sister's husband. Captain Lionel Hill, D.S.O., had been killed in action. The late Captain Hill was attached to the Second Bast Yorkshire Regiment. He was only a young man, and saw service in South Africa where he se cured the D.S.O. He was only mar ried about two years, and leaves a wid-1 ow and one child.
WHY SHOULD WOMEN SUFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
WHY SHOULD WOMEN SUFFER, j Old time logic accepted it as a mat ter ot cold fact that women were made to suffer from girlhood to the grave. What a monstrance, doctrine. A book dealing with the matter of pain and suffering as affecting woroen-folli aud which tells how thousands hav been restored by a simple hometrp** incut to' permanent health after years of pain, will be sent free to anyone who cuts out th.s udvt, and sends It to Dopt. A113 LALIES' COLLEGE OF H13ALTH, 54 Oxford street, Sydney Ladies visiting the city are cordialh invited to call and chat over health matters with tbn Manageress.
MARCH 10th A BANK HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
MARCH 10th A BANK HOLIDAY. This morning the Secretary of the | Young Turf Club was advised by the Chief Secretary that Wednesday, 10th March had been gazetted a bank holi day .within the municipality of Young. A notification from Murrumburrah Council was also received stating that that Council had acceded to the re quest made by Young Turf Club for a holiday in Murrumburrah on that dato.
Marengo News. ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
Marengo News. (From our own correspondent). ANNUAL RACES. The annual races took plare on Wed nesday last and although the attend ance was not up to previous years, when the existing circumstances are considered the club have good reason to feel satisfied with'the result of their effort. The W.D.R. A. officials Messrs Hlggins (Stipendiary Steward) and Frazer (Starter) were in attend ance, and expressed themselves as being well satisfied. with the way everything passed off. The course was in first class ordor-the result of careful attention and tho recent rains horse owners being well pleased, with all the appointments. Tho Secretary Mr. D. Cummins was unremitting In his attention to the desires of all and sundry, whilst the othor officials gave every, satisfaction. Mr. H. Steven son again acted as judge and as usual his: decisions were never questioned. The following are the results: OPENING HANDICAP. Wild West, 9.12 (White) 1 Lady Hiversdalo, 7.2 (Ballantyne)! 2 Only starters. Time ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
Notions in Tailoring BY THE HUSTLERS THAT'S *VHY ORIGINALITY COUNTS IN TAILORING. . The man wlio slavishly follows fash* ion plates can never please'the distinc tive rlresser. * \- . ' * Mind^you-there are many Tailors real Kood workmen--who cannot or iginate. - ' The HUSTLERS' can,' and do lake a pride in doing so- do it for tlio sake of better work and better sat isfaction for their-clients.-' Isn't it worth something to YOU this betterment in. Tone and Style. r Sure-it is! Weli then let's gn« together next time you want a Nw Suit, and between^ us' we'll produre-a real to-notcher for you...''.,..-;f Won't cost you any more-not ;a cent. . ' That's the strong point of HUSTLiSR service. . . V . ; Our Specialty Suit-to«Meaisarc~in nny. Material G3/. s Others at 65/ to 75/-no need to go higher for you cannot get. better,ma-: terlals. . . . ' . r ? .* Ready-Made Suits. See what 30/ or 39/6 will do at the HUSTLER'S. For that prico you will get a 3-pleoo Ueady-to-Wear Suit. Up-to-the-minu...
WAMBANUMBA DEFEAT STOCKINBINGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
WA'MBANURIBA DEFEAT STOCKINBINGAL. "Wambanuinba played Stockinbingal on Feb. 21st., and after a very pleas ant gajpe were victorious by the nar row margin of 18 runs; the scores being Stockinbingal, 156; Wamban umba 174. Following are the scores: Stockinbingal.-J. - Longhurst, l.b.v, b Ferguson, 7; H. Dunn; b J. Harrold, 12; It. Duffln, b J. Harrold, 71; -M.. Whalin, b W. Hatter, 9; J. Neville, c Ferguson, b W. Hatter, 6; F. Long hurst, not out, \3G; It. Nevlll, c Brod erlck, -b F. McGulgan, 3; J. Longhurst, ;b F.' McGulgan, 0; Sundries, 13. To tal. 156. Bowling: Ferguson, 1 for 43; J. Har rold, 2. for 40; W. Hatter, 2 for 123; G. Stevens, 0 for 17; F. McGiiigan, 2 for 4; J. Baker, 0 for 16. "Wunibanumba.-J. Baker, c Whalan, I) J. Neviil, S9; J. Coffey, c Longhurst, 1j Longhurst, 0; G. Stevens, c Duffln, b Longhurst, 1C; McElhonc, c and b Longhurst, 0; W. Whitp, c Longhurst, b Longhurst, G; J. Harrold; st Nevlll, b Longhurst, 0; Ferguson, c Whalin, b Longhurst, 0; Broderlclc, b Wlia...
Cricket. WAMBANUMBA V. WOMBAT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
Cricket. WAMBANUMBA V. WOMBAT. Wambanumba played Wombat jit Saturday last. ' Wambanumba com* ] piled the very respectable total of 269, ! and defeated Wombat who scored 177. Following are the scores: Wombat.-W. Torkington, h.o.w.,' b Coffey, 28; E. Molloy, c,b Phillips, 43; E, Parkinson, c Newcorabe, b Fergu* son,'45,* W. Wagenbah, b Phillips, 4; A. Molloy, b Ferguson, 10; W. WoodB, c Ferguson, b Phillips, 4; Robinson, b Ferguson, 20; Wllllamfc, b Phillips, 0;' L. Wagenbah, not out, 17; W. Spack man, b Phillips, O; G. Bailey, b Fer» guson, 2. Sundries -I, -Total, 177. Bowling: Coffey, 1 for 55; Hatter, 0 for 48; Phillips, 5 for 33; Ferguson, 4 for 30. Wambanumba.-W. White, c Bailey, b Parkinson, 17; R. Ferguson, c Tor kington. b Williams, 42; J. Coffey, c Bailey, b Williams, 113; W. Newcombe b Parkinson, 11; J. Rlntoul, b Williams 5; A. Phillips, b Spackraan, 12; E\ Mc Gulgan, b Molloy, 1G; W. Farry, b Molloy, 2; W. Hatter, m WIlllamB, 5; J. Kleem, b Molloy, 4; K. MacKenzle, not out...
VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT TO-NIGHT. I We wish to remind our readers of j the variety entertainment in the Town hall to-night by the Tipperary Minstrel Troupe, assisted by local talent. Tho concert Is being held in conjunction with the Youug Fruitgrowers Union, and the proceeds will ho devoted to the purchase of. an ambulance. As j £550 is wanted, everybody should help. I A good night's amusement is assured.
METHODIST, CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
METHODIST. CONFfc'RENCS. At the Methodist Confivni m in Syd ney thia week, the Orst o? sta tions resulted In list*. C. P. Wuik den-Brown (Young) being allotted the circuit of Bowral, and ills place at Young beiug tilled by Rev. J. Thomas. There are three readings, however, and this arrangement may probably be altered. Tho Rev. Mr. Thomas Is, we understand, stationed at InverelL