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The Young Witness With which is Incorporated THE BURRANGONG ARGUS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
M\\t Ijfmnrg fitness . With which is Incorporated THE BURRANGONG ARGUS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26tU. Visitors to the fruit Show held In the Town Hall last night under the auspices of the Young Fruitgrowers Union had their eyes opened as to the suitability of the Young District as a fruit producing centre. Commer cially, fruit growing pays and pays "handsomely, that is, when carried on in a proper and enlightened manner. Applo growing is perhaps the most payable of all. branches of the this comine Industry. Unlike cherries, for which the Young district is noted, appleB are always in demand-there Is never a fear of glut in the market, as there may bo with cherries. The reason is obvious. Cherries have to be marketed as soon as they are ripe; apples can either hang on the trees until the grower wants to pick them or they will keep long after they have been removed from the trees. Then there is the export trade with apples that is almost entirely absent in the cherry growing Industry. For'thes...
DISTRICT HOGGETS MAKE HIGH PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
DISTRICT HOGGETS MAKE HIGH PRICE. Prime sheep were iu good demand at Homebush last Monday. Exporters wore in the market and competed free ly for good quality lines. This fact kept local trade buyers wide-awake to secure supplies and prices as a re sult held firm at previous day's level. Hoggets from Mr. l-\ Tunney, Mont eagle, sold to 18/11 under the ham mer of Wiachcorabe, Carson. Ltd.
SUNK IN SEVEN MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
SUNK IN SEVEN MINUTES. London, Fob. 26.-^Tho steamer Dopt* ford, laden with coal, which left Gran ton for Chatham, was sunk off Scar borough. The weather Is very bau, violent seas and heavy snowstorms. The steamer was making ten knots when a torrlfic explosion occurrcd. Tho officers, had previously seen a peris cope, The Deptford foundered In sev en minutes, and the crew were picked up two hours later. Just previously another steamer was seen oiulhng a mile further away. The crow of the British steamer Itlo Parana was land ed at Newhaven. Sussex steamer bound for Sicily , was sunk by a Ger man submarine off East Bourne.
THE RUSSIAN RETREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
THE RUSSIAN RETREAT. London, Feb. 25.-A correspondent who witnessed the lighting when tho Germans attacked the Russians posi tions at Rakwa river and the regions of Iiorjitaw and Gunibinn, declares that the Germans are being gradually but implacably worn down. Russian military leaders expect that a considerable portion of the Russian Twentieth Army Corps will succeed In fighting its way out of East Prussia and rejoining the Russian forces. These hopes are bas?d on the contin ual arrival of small detachments who have extricated themselves from the forest at Labrynths. Reports from the Russians indicate that the German losses were larger than tho Russians. Along the front the fighting shows that the Germans are not trying to push a definite forward movement but merely feeling for a weak spot in the Russian lines, and the Russian rein forcements arriving in Bukovina. The retreat of General Bulgakoffs army in East Prussia has been likened to the British retreat from Mons, and occupied a...
BENDICK WORRELL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
BENDICK WORRELL RACES. Bendlck Morrell, Feb. 23.-The post poned annua! raco meeting of the Bendick Morrell Race Club was run off to-day. The weather was warm and tho attendance fair. Results: BENDICK MORRELL HANDICAP. Hclro (C. KeJr) 1 Lady Riversdale (W. Robinson) .. 2 Only startors. Won easily. Bet ting: 2 to 1 on Heiro, 2. to 1 agst Lady Riversdale. Time 1.4C,\. * . TRIAL STAKES. Weelong (W. Pobinson) 1 Lady Baron (Andersen) .. 2 Mias Ettie (C. Kelr) 3 Betting: 6 to 4 Wcelong and'Lady Baron, 2 to 1 Mfss Bttie. Won by two lengths. Time 1.205. WELTER HANDICAP. 'Barrowmore (Keir) .. '1 A.J. (Teague) 2 Clennfield (P. Ker^gan) .. 3 Borrowmore won in fine ctyle. A complaint was laid in this race . y Keirigan, the rider of Cleanfi "d against F. Teague (rider cf A.J.) for foul riding. An inquiry was held by the stewards, the . result being that Teague was disqualified for three months. Time 1.3-1 l-5th. - . FORCED HANDICAP. Heiro ;.. ... w.o. Tho Club had hard-luck this year through last...
Bendick Morrell News CRICKETER'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
Bendick (Worrell News (From our Correspondent). CRICKETER'S BALL. The cricnetor's ball was not so well attended as In previous years, but about 60 couples attended. Tho floor was in excellent order, music good, supper splendid, and the lion, secre tary most untiring in his efforts to please, but tho committee seem to think that if they have an encrgetlc and live secretary that all they have to . do is to sit down 'and watch him do tho work, nnd claim their sharo of the credit. This also refers to tho race olub. A secretary can always be found to work, but where is his com mittee? In the old days, when JBen dick was not what it is to*day, the sec retary had his committee in their places, each doing his or her part; but to-day, all you require, it seems to be inferred, is a good livo secretary, and hey presto, he requires no help; but how surprising it is if an event is a success how many can be found to divide the honour with their secre tary. On most occasions the would-be holders o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
Important to Farmers. ? The New McUormick Drill la fitted with chain drive wh!ch makes 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, Phone 55. LOCAL AGENTS 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 141b., 6d cach. Aerated Water and Cordials of the Finest Quality. T. MCVEIGH, Telephone'162. YOUNG. The Famous Southern Cross "W^incLmills. [Pumps, Trouglaing. Etc. If you are in need of a Pumping Plant fully erected or a bore put down, consult "BOB" SymFITIM The Farmers' Supply Co. - Young. .PHONE 183 BOX 31. W. O. CARTWRIGHT, MONUMENTAL WORKS : : "YOUNG Inspcct my Designs and Get My Prices for Granite and Marble Monuments, Crosses and Headstones BEFORE BUYIN G ELSEWHERE. (All Work Guaranteed), HAVING BEEN FORTUNATE IN SE CURING A FULL RANGE OF Travellers' Samples of Women's...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Young Witness — 26 February 1915
AII f*S0AL ADVERTISEMENTS. : All «flverttoemcnto in Tnla Column 3 "nc° 'or V.'. .One Inch, 3/. 1915.~SubscriPtlon&lt;> tor 1315 to paid ir/ nl? ^V1TNE?S may ;JOIV bo paid, 15/ per year II paidUn advance will baP?s/ JU=ne January' th0 Pf'co ' discount by QOTTAGE To-Let in Currawong- St- ' Apply G. R, Hlchardson. | CAP/; spp BARLCV FOn-SALB. . £ Tresilian1 & Dun's, The Farm or 8 Market. 'Phone 55, JJON'T FOUG-ET the Velita Club rth Oddfellowa' Hall, Friday ' V Mvrch\ Gonts Ladles pro' vldo^-N. Phillips, Organiser. . EV^fVn^THING MusIcal at unheard __^_^cos^PALLNGB Sale, Young. pOR S into: Ing. AP Young. pOR SALE-Cheap, 4-Horse Gear intermediate, and 40ft. 4in Belt YounP R' McGratl'. William St., F°L SALE nearly new, 1 3-furrow o»- PK MRT J?OR SALE.-Estey'Organ. Good or. eagle. Mrs' G* Jarvls' M°n' JfOR SALE-Crossley Engine, 25 h.p. pood order. Can fao seen working No further use. Cheap.-Apply wiu ness omco. QHAKD MINSTREL CONCERT and March Sees Carmidiaei, Jolui Ilo...