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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

4 Western Age' office for Confectionery and Fruit Bags at Bedrock prices. Rheumatism. j ATTACKS DISPELLED BY DR. | MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS, {? WRITES ROZELLE LADY. | Hhoumatlsm Is about the most painful complaint human beings are lioir to, and is very prevalent In tills country. It may bo brought on In j various ways, but tho root of tha E causa is always Uric Acid In the j- blood, nnd a remedy that Is moBt sue c.-.--sful In getting rid of Uric Aeld It tli- remedy that is most successful 8 In getting rid of ltheumatlsm. Thnt S Dr. Morse's Indian lloot Pills are a «| roluablo remedy for this complnlnt I* vouched for by Mrs. Hannah Donog- ,'t hue. nf 9 Catherine-st„ Rozelle, '{f N.SAV.. who writes: — 'I am a firm i believer in Dr. Morse's Indian lloot p Pills for' Rheumatics. At times 1 £ have beon aftoctcd ln the amis, 3 wrists and muscles, ami ltnow that if your remedy is wiiat 1 neod to dispel 4 any likelihood of an attack ot. the I; slightest premonition or sympton up- |f pen ri...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mayoral Election. ALD. DUFFY CHOSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

Mayoral Election. ALD. DUFFY CHOSEN. At the oouoluaion of the ordinary Couuoil meeting on Wednesday night, a speoial meeting was hold for the purposo of ©looting tbo Mayor for the ourrent muniolpal yoar. The only absentees woro Aid. Bolton and Con don. Tbo Mayor explained the businoss of tlio mooting, and stated that tho only nomination he had recoivod for tlio position of Mayor was that of Aid. Duffy. Aid. Davidson wished to know why an oxcoption was made this year in calling tlio mooting 011 tho same night as tho ordinary Counoil moating. In tho pnst a different night had always boon clioson for olocting the Mayor. It seemed to him that only cortain aldormcn bad beon oonsidorod. Only throe days' notico of tho meeting had boon givon, which was not sufficient, seoing Ihatan aldorman waslialiloto a fine of £2 for not attonding. He pro tested against tho manner in which tho mooting had boon callod. Tho Mayor said tho Olerk had solo control of tlio mooting, and fixod the : date himsolf...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FRENCH 75. EIGHTEEN ROUNDS A MINUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

THE FRENCH 75.. EIGHTEEN ROUNDS A MINUTE. 'You ask me to tell you about our artil lery,' replied a French officcr to a question from a newspaper man. 'Well, here you are. The 7Gmm. cannon Is a field piece; that I is to say, it is light, easily transportable, very 1 rapid, and available in almost any kind of country. It is tho model of 1900.' The Gcr man equivalent, which Is not to bo compared *.« 77.26mm., the projectiles of m wmca aro less heavy than those of our '75* W and far less effective. With our field pleccs M J* 'f P?.S8lb!p. to delugo a given spaco with W PiJSSr ' i or cach. ,Pleco can fire eighteen ?rn to lpf? Tho flro sweeps from fight W b Jv nf »! vlce versa in- such a way that a n my mLr„P? f„u;prlsea ln th0 °Pe' without 9 76's cover l)y a battery of a Tlie Bhriff ntniS 1 at a very hlgh rate. I I are unmasked and put in operation aT ho I name time. The effect Is lika thatJ,. li I I

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

: jfiS^»^ isBHii S'sMout 1 1 £K ^ mi yj bm iirii ili mm ism £&- ^jHCE-jsiTir igRHWEigr^^yiasi^ lip1 YOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS FOR ! j Wllllfc I PRODUCE andSTOOV 8 TRY j! HARRIS0MJ0ME5«DEVLIN tD |( I svdNK WE ARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY. 1 1 - ? ? -^TTOT3^)5rrf!V0!5 ^.?JW s'.V'- ' ? — - L - ? - ' « ' ,—m—i Murdoch's Red Spot Sale in conjunction with Annual Suit Offer 3 cn I Madc-to-Order ,.olo 50/- - Suits - now 42/9 K5/- - 4719 \G3/-and70/- 58/9 75!- and 84/- „ 67/9 miMmLJiiww&ww'ii.xivruj'i'JW!/ Bargain Time Begins coupon & ? Please send me a Red Spot Sate Book and Patterns of Red Spot Suiting Offer ? at 42/9, 47/9, 58/9, 67/9. Strike out the price you want. Name ? Address. .....' ? foe. ^S-' lisaeMg!aMMjij«iL^ww^!iMMMMf;'^wi»M»iiiiiiiw»i. tnT'T^ lkv f\l Z71^ Y0U NE^OF A REALLY GOOR . j C cur Oil \ ^ ^THllMG' 'tAKEANOTE Of IT T/iEN «, T/iEKE. f iu/J-s ' c* rark Street, i ' j. L. f CLjC* I S Limited, Sydney COM-'' I. E i.L'Trl TTl.HS 1\, MAX AX.l HOY. ?'?- (Sol ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

— m^— l«IIIM— !!!? ? IIIIIIIIIIMBIII IHIIIIH ? II !? I ?HIW ?????! I IIIIIBIII ??HUM !? I ? »MI I llllllll I ? II ?!! I IIIIIM I II III UIIMIIIWMIIIIIII S mSB ' Anthony Horderns' [ HALF-YEARLY SALE ngumiiiiu.mgBa PCTOT^— j From Monday, 25th January, 1515. To Tuesday, 16th February, 1915. I Marvellous money Saving Event of the Season. SEND FOR SALE CATALOGUE POST FREE ON REQUEST AND BUY EVERYTHING AT Anthony Horderns' I Famous Sale Prices ? \ ' ~~ ? ? I Anthony fiordern ($X Sons Ltd, New Palace Emporium Brickfield Hill, SYDNEY I ' 'FP C0B m MEDICAL piili. h Marshall-Street. I J. MflKLL. Proprietor. Every Description of Patent Medicine Stocked. ? . A large .Assortment of Perfumery, fancy Goods, Toilet Requisites and (Stationery always on hand. J. MITCHELL, I Chemist aud Druggist, Marsliall-st., Cobar. | The Commercial Hotel If [EDWARD STREET, 1 CANBELEGO I HU Proprietor. ? Best^Liquors. Good Beds and Tables. H Tariff Moderate. ? Eirab Glass Accommodation for Travellers and Boarders. I...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KAISER'S SUCCESS. "MENACE TO ENTIRE GLOBE." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

KAISER'S SUCCESS, 'MENACE TO ENTIRE GLOBE.' Mr. Jacob H. Schlff, the great Jewish banker, in the New York Times says:— 'It seems to me that if Germany should be completely successful, if she should be able to wear out the Allies, break down France, hold Russia in check, cripple or even invade England, she would acquire a position such as never has been held by any nation since the -beginning of history. Not V..V, J W..W Ui mi; JWIUUII fjiupiru WOUIU approach it. 'The advancc which hns marked the de velopment of every means of communica tion, transportation, manufacture, &c., slnco Rome's day would give Germany in tho case of su*h a result a power which would have been inconceivable to the most ambitious Roman Emperor, it would make her a menace not only to her Immediate neighbors but to the entire globe. » In the role of the world-conqueror Ger many would become the world-dictator* would indulgo In domination which would bo almost unbearable for. every other na tion.' One of...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

'I HE HUNTING i:10t «,b OF THE W'Hi--T. All Classes of General and Com merclal Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship—The Best. ! Charges— The Lowest. TSU ' Western Age,' Barton Street, Cobar.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

We Print the News, THEREFORE, ' Age ' Advts. Pull . PUBLISHED: WEDNESDAY - - - - & SATURDAY. Telephone 57.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

? /'X He Stepped info Draw Mfir. J \ our Store . - / 'v \ with a determination to be / /c24K-' \ better dressed. He bad read our ?f /^2H| t. I ads. ? they read true. He was .-r' /''?B? ? I tempted to come. He canity I And stepped out ? / J|l||||^ J a better dressed / man ? ' I ^ ' y' See the satisfied look on his face. B Note the faultlessly-Broomed appearance B / ' ^5©' he had imparted to his clothes— look at a I/*J ^^)c\^^vi^j^thefine style I pay particu- ( I attention I I BJy of the athletic, per- 1 « V fectly ? constructed \ I / shoulders of the \ Yet this is but a metaphor of what sips? hundreds of men are doing weekly. They realise that the initial outlay costs just as much for. the badly-fitting Suit WtlSy. as for the perfectly-fitting Suit. He directed hi3 steps lo Economy, JhS3 too, because, whilst he paid the same aa //§?§? before, his new Suit wore twice as long. That is. he saved half! vfPw Step in here to-day, Sir I Jennings Bros. * *'T Ae Stare wherm Quality Counts,' \...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

MA. Padula^ THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand the best selected stook of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DISTRICT. Prices compared with the value of our goods, are the lowest in Cobar.. The only Qualified Resident Optician. Kwong On & Co. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Ato prepared to enter into contraota for supplying Chinese for ring-barking and sarub-cuttmg, as well as Chinese servants and cooks lor stations. LARGE STOCKS OP CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, ana, BOOTS and SHOES, carried. eash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &.C. highest prices given. Orders Promptly Attended to. MORRISON Bros'. LINE OF Royal Mail Goaches Leave the Booking Office, next the Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., for WILCANHI A, WHITE CLIFFS, BRdKEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. AH Fares, Parcels, and Luggage must be b...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXCITING AIR HUNT. TAUBE AND BIPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

EXCITING AIR HUNT. TAUBE AND BIPLANE. Vesterday I was present with my section at a most dramatic and exciting air-hunt, says a British soldier in a letter from the iront* We were Jiuishing a trench on a hill, wuieh 1 had planned the day before, when wo sud denly heard over our heads the characteristic noise of a Taube aeroplane. I Instructed my men to keep perfectly still, as when aviators are at a great height they ean only recognise the presenco of troops when they are mov intr. Tlie Taube was rominc frnni thr» Ger man linos and was making for our rear ones. A moment afterwards a very large biplane passed over our heads in the same direc tion. Then both got out of sight, as, flying In the direction of the sun. we could no longer follow them with our eyes. After about five minutes we saw the Taube returning at full speed towards the German lines, and the biplane, which evidently was French, chasing It at a tremendous speed, about 50 metres higher, and gaining at every turn of the p...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAN GERMANY LAST? LORD SYDENHAM'S VIEWS. NOT PREPARED FOR LONG WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

CAN GERMANY LAST? LORD SYDENHAM'S VIEWS. NOT PREPARED FOR J.ONG WAR. Lord Sydenham of Combo—better known perhaps to most Australians as Sir George Sydenham Clarke, the title ho bore while Governor of' Victoria from 1901-4 enjoys 3 world-wide reputation oa an authority on fortifications and military strategy (writes Rhorto Knight, In tho British Australasian). It was therefore a great privilege to bo granted a lengthy Interview, unci learn his Lordship'!! views on several Important points which havo arisen during the war. — 'Surprlso and regret,' ho said, 'have been expressed that tho forts at Liege, Natnur, muuoeugo, nnu yvniwerp, particularly ine last three named, did not make a more prolonged stand. Tho briof but heroic defence of Llegr led many men to expect great things from these permanent fortresses with tho cupola shields, and other defensive contrivances. Hut tho Liege forts, like those surrounding the other cities, wero shattered and succumbed directly tho Germans brought t...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIRELESS DIALOGUE. FRENCHMAN'S SMART REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

WIRELESS DIALOGUE. FRENCHMAN'S SMART REPLY. The Paris Temps publishes the following account of an amusing wireless dialogue which actually took place between the Eiffel Tower in Paris and the Nauen tower, the Gorman wireless centre. The wireless sta tions of these lowers rcccivc one another's messages, and one night recently a German operator .sent the following message to the receiver un the Eiffel Tower: — AN EIFFELTURM. Wo brachtct Ihr der Plan zu schcitern? Wo warft Ihr unsere Truppcn 'raus? Die Nachrlcht war doch utiwirklich und sparllch, O Eiftclturm, und wenig ehrlich. TRANSLATION. To the Eiffel Tower. Where did you spoil our plan? Where did you drive back our troops? The news Is improbable and thin, O Eiffel Tower, and far from honest. The French telegraphists replied: — AN NAUEN V. EIFFELTURM. O Deutsches Heer! nnst du vergessen Dass dich Paris am Sedantag Erwartete sum Mittagessen, Wo hast du dich vcrspatet? Sag! Wahrscheinllcli hattest du \orliebe MIt unserem Sekt, im Mnr...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Heat Wave. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

The Heat Wave. The weather continues almost un bearably hot, although to-day the tbormomoter shows a considerable drop. A change seemed apparent yesterday attoriioon, dust hanging in tlio atmosphoro in all quarters, aud it looked as though wo woro to bo visited by a big dust storm. How eyor, the dust disappeared during tbo night, which was stifling throughout, and the hoped-for southerly cooler didn't arrivo. Sinco tho 23rd Jan uary, the olficia! thermometer in Collar has recordad as follows : — Jan. 23 ? 94 21 ? 103 25 ? 107 2G ? 109 2 7 ? 114' 28 ? 10G 29 ? 99 30 ? 103 i' 31 ? 101 Feb. 1 ...* ... 10G 2 ... ... 110 3 ... ...110 4 ? ? Ill 5 ? 114 G. ' ... 95 Yes, M'Gr&tli and Powderlys' Sale is on. We want to sell. We're ... going to Bell. Ourprices will do that.*/ ?f» , »|» -J- Soiling Beclateada aa vre do, it ia only natural vie have great demand for ; Blankets, and our prloes aro the lowest* i H, Dogger, Llnsley street, Cobar, * * H: The oatcb of the season — M'Grath and ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREAT HEADQUARTERS. BRAINS OF THE GERMAN ARMY. KAISER'S LIFE AT FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

great headquarters. BRAINS OF THE GERMAN ARMY. KAISER'S LIFE AT FRONT. The best account that has yet appeared In any American newspaper of life at tho Ger* ninn Emperor's headquarters was published In the New York Times In tho form of a flve coltimn letter written byaslaft correspondent under date of ? German Groat Headquarters in France, October 20. He docs not give the name of the place, but says it Is a small city on the Mouse, where tho Grosses Haupt fiunrtler brains of the whole German fighting ♦.'ginlsm have been loeated for the last few weeks. Ho tells how he managed to smuggle journey urrlvcd at the place. 'Wooden signs printed in black letters, 'Verboten/ now ornament a pretty little park, with Its fountain still playing outside the rail way station. The paths arc guarded by , plckcd Grenndlers. not Landsturm men this j time, while an officer of the guurd mokes ! his ccuseless rounds.' THE EMPEUOIVS VILLA. 'Oppuslto the railway station on tho other side of the little park i...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHO WILLED THE WAR? [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

WHO WILLED THE WAR? 'Tills is not a conflict between different civilisations to see which can destroy tho other,' says the Times. 'There Is no need to argue which civilisation is the best— es- pecially as the point could never be decided. But there is another point which can be decided, nnd upon documentary evidence— who was it who willed the war; who picked the quarrel; who frustrated all efforts to keep the- peace; and who began hostilities? The verdict on that will not be affected by the fact Unit Goethe' was a German.' 'The stocks of barley In Germany are dwindling.'— Troubling brewlngl I

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cobar Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

Cobar Municipal Council. Tho usual meeting of tho above Council was bold 011 Wednesday even ing last. Prtisont : — Aid Sutherland (Mayor), Morrison, Davidson, Fran oisoo, Woolldtt, Duffy and Leah. CORRESPONDENCE. From G. Knight, asking to havo wator motor removod.— Boferred to turncock. From Wriglitvillo Oounoil, ngroo iug to co oporato in regard to excur sion trains loaving Cobar without lavatory cars attachod. From tho Australian Eleotrio Sup ply Co , asking if any money was duo to Council by tbo previous 00. From Mr. Forii, M.P., asking if distress through unemployment still oxisted in Cobar, and stating that if so Counail should havo lot him know. — Aid. Davidson movod that Mr. Forn ho informed tint distress I still cxistod bore, aud that Couuoil was cf opinion that Mr. Forn. know all along that such was tlio caso. — Carried. ; RErOKTS. . The sanitary inspector reported no caso8 of infectious discaBos for tho fortnight. Tho sainplos of milk from local dairios rocontly forwarded ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

8 A LV AVION ARMY. Pr'day.— Holiness Meoting 8 p.m. Buiday. — Holiness Meeting It a.m. Sal vation Mcetiug 7. 80 p.m. Captain Drylio. Lieut. Dudley.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Back Country News. FOR THE WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

Back Country News. For the Western Age. Weather conditions iu the haok country sinoo my laBt note have been keeping dry, with hot winds and dust storms prevalent. Tho sky olouded up on a oouple of occasions, but only a light sprinkling of rain eventuated. It is still warm and muggy, with a dusty, heavy-looking atmosphoro, as I writo this — 1st February. Quito a number of prominent resi dents have boon out through the haokblocks from Cobar lately, inohid ing Mr. Dunlop, Mr. Prattle, Mr. Dogger, Mr. Buolmnan (of Goldfe borough, Mort and Co.) and Mr. Geo. Knight. Mr. Prattle and Mr. Dun lop woro on a horso-buying expedition, which rosultod 111 tho Bale of about 32 head, at satisfactory prioos. Mr. T. II. 1'oarco sold 16, whioh avoragod £15 53. Tbo others oamo from sur rounding stations — Paddington, Ka lono, and Tho Meadows. I boliovo filr. Prattle is a buyer 011 a largo soalo. Mr. Dunlop's and Mr. Dogger's motor cars worked very satisfactorily through the rough and duaty roads. Mr. Du...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool Report. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

Wool Report. Harrison, J01103 and Devlin, Ltd., offered at auotiou 011 Thursday, 4th instant, a catalogue of 1832 bales wool, whioh consisted ohiofly of su perior clips entirely freo of burr, and therefore suitable for the present de mand. Tho policy of the Sydney I Selling Brokers in refusing to flood tho market with largo catalogues has proved to be a wise ono in the intor ests of the wool grower. There was spirited competition for tbo lots of fered, and all tho bo3t features of re cent developments woro in evidence. Values for all descriptions were firm. I with an improving tendenoy, super, wools advancing 5 per cent., and there are Indications that evon faulty and burry sorts will shortly receive better attention. At auotiou and privately tbey sold 2484 bales. Will the public kindly note that on and after' tbe 8th February our premises .will be olosed between the hours of 1 and 2 p.m. for dinner. — Jennings Bros.* . Just landed, nearly 600 ydB. Lino leum and Floor Cloth, direot ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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