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Beligious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

Religious Services. OATHOLI0 CHURCH, - Cottar.— Wane at 7.S0 a.m. and 10 a.m. lEreniag Dovotiona at-7.30 p.m. Wrifebtville.— Mass at 8 ft.m, ; Evening iVovetioDB at 7.80 p.m. Very Kov. Doan Hughes, VJ. Eev. 3, Soxton,

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

g 7fi«? Quality B3 iptcM tkooght was grren (o the % Quality «ftlKM Hoe rubrics when SB we were b«H«K» tiuti assuring ^ yo« Durability and G««4 Value. g Crepes = m SPECIAL PRICES— « ?8 8 , i Dainty * DRESS FABRICS WHY delay the purchase ol ihat New Dress you bsvr pro mised yeursrlf frr, Inngrr ? We ore ready to show iou the Newest and Most fashionable Materials, eminently suitable for the present ScasWs Wear. Vow visit w'dl be esteemed and yoWli cot be serry you text. The Range A B% Range of every prominent demand ol Dame fashion. N* bdy will enperienca any difficulty m choosing a suitable Dress length. : Floral Vofc ' SPECIAL FKlCEf— Z Is Od. 1 JENNINGS BROS. 1 ' Municipality of Cobar. KOTIOE TO HOUSEHOLDERS ? AND 0THBB8. JJ'OTI0E is hereby giren that an ? lass nin falls to supplement ?Cbe Town Water Supply on or before ?*Cbo 15th instant, the water will be ?at off from that date, between the ?Jioura of 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. ' '' By orier. J. HBALY. Town Oterk. ©ounoll Ohambera, Ooowv N...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HONEY IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

HONEY IN NEW ZEALAND. The honey industry, though ono of the infant ventures of Now Zealau.lers, is developing rapidly into an exceed ingly, healthy child, owing to the en couragement given by the Department of Agriculture to apiarists. Between May last year, when tho first shipment was consigned to thu Old Country, and this May, no le.ss than sixty tons had bin. n i.vimt-f ml. An tint urii'n nf linti. ey on the London market when tho last lot left was about £-15 per ton, and ono province in the South Island alone will be able io export a couple of hundred tons annually, apiarists have every rca roil for optimism. As fnr as tho grad ing is concerned, the Cioveriiiiiont place their experts nt tho disposal of tho ex porters gratuitously. Toiukyns (calling on Bobby's sis ter) — 'Conio hore, my little man, and tell me if you know who 1 am!' Bobby — 'Yes; you'ro tho chap who kissed our servant Knto in the hall last nightl' Madame X ? wishes to secure a nuw butler. 'You know how to serve t...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DON'T DROWN. YOU CAN'T UNLESS YOU TRY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

DON'T DROWN. YOU CAN T UNI.KSS YOU THY. Attention, young women! cries Ihc ??New York Worl.l.' You cannot sink in water, fresh or .-.alt. That is, you cannot sink unless you try. You are lighter than water and will lloat if you gnu yourself, a chance. When the 'Miiart Aleck' who rocks uie nuai uh6 .siiL-i-eeiiea in uis ien euoris —and capsized all that stood between yi.a and being a nicruiai.l or n mer man, or, giuesomely speaking, a case for I hi.- )'iiruin-r, rediember that vou cannot sink. According to discovl-rit-s made in the laic nineties of the eighteenth century l,v an Italian .-vienlisi named Oroii/.io de Kernardi, and re-made bv Hie Uev. Fred I.. 0,leub:uli, tprofesso'r of physics and astronomy at St. Igna tius 's College, Cleveland, mere is a wax to balance voiirseli' mi that you nia'v stand comfortably erect ami. I 'the wild I lie wi'ii.l li.-is l.loivii you ashoi-e. It you simple adjustment of balance, seat your self quite omfoilably in the undulating deep. \ on niiiv ev...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Council Business. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

Council Business. The following notices of motion will be dealt with at the looal Oounoil meeting to-night : — By Aid. Woollett :— ' That this Counoil repudiates the statement rrade by Aid. Condon at a reoent public meeting, whioh was convened by direotion of the Council, that al dermen bad acted in collusion in re gard to a vote they bad given in re speot of business dealt with by the Council.' By Aid. Morrison :— ' The Premier through the member for the district be requested to have the balance of the £2000 loaned to the Council on account of waterworks plaoed to the Council's credit with the Cobar branch of tho Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Limited, forthwith.' By Aid. Morrison :— ' That tho finance committee of the said Council mako speoial, careful examination of all vouchers, paysheeta and acoounts in contieotion with receipts and dis bursements of the £2000 loan on account of tho Cohar waterworks and report to the Counoil weekly.'

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Blaze. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

Another Blaze. On Sunday evening, about lialf pa8t 8 o'clock, a cottage situated in the Bailway Parade, Cobar, was de stroyed by fire. The cottage was occupied by William James Maokey, a railway porter. The fire was caused by Maokey, who was carrying a kero sone lamp, accidentally ha.vint- Mm Inrcp knocked from his hand by bump ing unexpectedly into a door. The house was a weatherboard dwelling of four rooms, and burnt like tinder. A large orowd quickly gathered, but nothing could bo. done to save the premises. Mackoy lost all bis furni lure and belongings. The hot/se was owned by Mr.. Tom M'Leod, of East Co liar, and was insured in the Gene ral Acoident Life Assurance Society for £150, Mr. J. M Sullivan being tlie local agent.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURAGEOUS BELGIANS. Domestic Peace Behind the Firing Line. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

COURAGEOUS BELGIANS. Domestic Peace Boliiud tho Firing Lino. A special correspondent nt Brussels scuds an interesting account of I ho altitude nt llelgiuu people soon aflor tli« outbreak of war. 'Jlclgiiini might have been lit «-nr for a yntir, 'Jio says, 'so thoroughly is lirr army machine limning, anil so 1 hiirou^li I v' havu her people accepted tho altered i-iimlitioiiH of their lives. They bravely nttpiiipt to eoimnuc their or.linnrv evervclnv ex ist. ? e behind thoiiring line. ' ' Iliuxsels, two weeks alter the out break of war. looks perfectly normal to the iu-wl.v-nrriv.Ml strainer. If he has come fr ? Paris with iln-adful alurh-a of silent cafes iiikI darkened streets Iho contrast all'imled l,v this i-npilul— so close, too, to the front— is i ? ugh to stun him. lie fimls :i bright anil ehei-rful eily. with opi-n Hhnps, niul the usual liming silting out si.le the lioulovar.l cafes dav au,l nighl. Kven tho -.mailer towns to the east, where iiirantmuon sleep in euln-ac-liiiiei...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

Tattersall's Consultations. (George A.s-i his. !|ol-;iit, Tiisiiunia ) NOW OPEN. BBNDIGO OUP. run ,U liiiili^.., 20ili Novombar, 103,000 tiokols at -V'2. DECEMBER HANDICAP, ...... Ht K^el.ill, 13sh Denombor. 100,000 tioketa at 5/2. OARRINGTON STAKES, nm at lUmlwiok, 3OII) neoemhor, 300,000 tioketa at .0/2. Important Notice. On all Swoops on IImbj nm nftor January, 190G, the Tasmanian Go vornmanfc Stamp Tax will IJO 2.1 on oaoh 5a Ticket, aou' 4d ou oaoli 10j Tioket. Clients must tlioreforo ad,l tlioaa amounta to their remittances. 4- Tho Taamanian Govornruont has authored tho Trustoea of tha estate of tbe l&fca George Ad&m3 to carry on tho lioonso and conduct the sweep business under the same uutiafrmiont aa for sovoral years past. Marshall-Street. Proprietor. Every '^Description of Patent Medicine Slocked. A huge assortment of Perfumery, Fancy Goods, Toilet Requisites and Stationery always on hand. J. MITCHELL, Chemist and Druggist, Marshall-st., Cobar. The Commerci...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

OPEN-AIR SLEEPING. Stronger and stronger Bro\v3 the ad voeac.v by tlio nio.lical profession of opt-n-iiir sleeping. Tin- need ot' iiuch iioi-ommoclntion lias bi-cn filluil in .\L-inlv by that fine rosMcntial hotel '-The IVonlcs' i'nhice.' Jiel^'iave Stivot, with it* spneious roof ?{.?mien, us also 1ms l-pcn tho ncod of a moderate tarilV. l,v its .jharKe of './. 1(,.r -l:iy. in 27/0 ' per week, ninl n,e:ils oipaint.-h- at 1/ -:nlif.s .lerliire thai this home of coun try visitors has reached the ninnaclo of v.iluii in aoeominod:itioii' its fur nishiii»s are in oak. Baths, with hot nncl cold water on each floor/ Kleotric n » 'T'K1'01'- Tasty homc-cookin'. Beautiful panoramic view. Notice. ^ S I intend leaving Cobar in the early part of next week, I would he glad if. those oil whom I have not oalleowill forward amounts owing. J. T. MoLEOD, Late Proprietor Oobar 'Herald.' HOME COMFOETS IN SYDNEY. . A -o)id proof of tlie appreciation' m viMiora to Sydney of the hotim comforts provi. ed by...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Latest. HOW THE EMDEN WAS DESTROYED. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN LONDON. 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

The Latest. HOW THE EMDEN WAS DESTROYED. GHEAT EX0ITEMENT IN LONDON. ii n.m. Further particulars regarding the destruction of the Emden show that she camo up at G a.m. yesterday with a motor launch and two boats, witli 40 men, three officers and tliroo maxims. All were landed in fifteen minutes, and affnr nmncl.mn M.n ;„ struments at tho wireless installation and engines (except the condenser and tho refrigerator), both pub back to the Emdon. Iu tho meantime the Syduey came into view on the hori zon.^ At once the Emden put to sea, loaving the boats and men behind, Tho Emden started firing shots, and at Grst the aim was excellent, but afterwards fell off. She lost two funnels and a must, nml Minn f.™i firo astern. The Sydney was scarce ly touohed, but had three men killed and fifteen wounded. The captain of the Sydney stated that ho only saw 30 men on -board the linden, whioh is ashore at North Keeling Island. The Sydney has rolurnnd with a doctor and assist ants. The EmdenV landing ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ORCHARD. ORCHARD CULTIVATION. Per Districts, Soils ami Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

THE ORCHARD. ORCHARD CULTIVATION. ITt- Districts, Soils and Varieties. When and how to cultivate the orchard soil to best advantage is one of the problems of the business, for methods that will succeed admirably iu one part of the Stale are I he verv ninv that must be avoided elsewhere.* The l'ruit Kxpcrt. iu some matter that will presently receive publicity iu bulletin form, draws attention to one or two of these p.-culi.-.ri-.ics iu a wav that will serve In illustrate the point. The obje-t „. cultivation everywhere should lie ti. Keep the sni I w.-ll w.irkrd Io a depth ,,f at least I inches, aud to maintain a loose surface that will act as a mulch fo retain b,.|,iw th..- m.'isture so much needed during the summer months., As soon as possible after each rain, the laud si ? Id be worked to pre vent it beconiiiii; baked :?»?: I In- mois ture 1.,-ing evaporated. -Mi, places n-h.-n- irrigation is practised, the appli cation of water should n-vcr be de f-rred until the trees show signs ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fire at Illewong. HOTEL BURNT DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

Fire at Illewong. HOTEL BURNT DOWN. A disastrous fire, by whioh the Boe Mountam Hotel, Illewong, was to tally destroyed, ooourred about 12 30 on Driday morning, 6th instant. The license wa* Mr. M. H. Martin. From what we can learn it appears the pre mises were looked up about 11 o'clook Lbfi nrnviAim h!«I.l ai - « *. __ »«7 *'' 'iB''- -aoouc JU.3U Miss Hickey (the housekeeper) was awakened by the oraokling of timber She jumped out of bed and ran into tlie hotel, when Bho discovered a small card-room at the back of the bar was on fire. She gave the alarm. Hie licensee and others endeavoured to extinguish the Dames by means of buokets of water, but wereunsnooess ful. The bar door was opened to save somo bicycles, and a gust of wind appeared to take tho flames right through the house. Practically nothing was saved. The house and furniture were insured in the Queens land Insurance Co. for £1200. The hotel was owned by Mr. J. 8. Martin, of Mount Drysdale. The origin of the fire is unknow...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SELECTING MAIZE SEED. Adaptability to Soil and Climate. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

SELECTING MAIZE SEED. Adaptability to Soil and Climate. It is well known that of all erops maize is one thai must be adapted to : the soil and climate if the yields arc to be good. The best crops will never ! be obtained from early varieties on the Xorth Coast, or from late varieties on the Tablelands. At the same time, there are numerous factors that make selection for these conditions somewhat dillicult. For instance, a variety can never be .judged by its lirst performance in a new dis trict: again, much variation in ndapla- ' bilily is shown between individual ; plants ot me same variety: and yet again, considerable changes take place ! iu various chara-tcristics while adap tation to soil or climate is proceeding. ' It may be said, indeed, that few of our varieties have even yet completely passed through this stage of adapta bility, otherwise there would not be such variations Jietween ears of tin same variety, and it is consequently not too late fur considerable improvements, pr...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

Serious Chances Arc taken in neglecting a simple ,- case of Piles. /^ ? ??'./' Any person takes serious chance?/ in neglecting an attaok of Piles.' This ailment has a tendency to be come chronic, and there is also dan ger of uloeration and forming of fis tula, both very diffioult to oure. The satost remedy for any form of Piles, whether Itohing or Protruding, is Doan 'a Ointment. It causes no detention from daily oooupation, and tho many oures made by it have made it famouB in every corner of the world. It enjoys a greater de mand, and more enthusiastic popu larity than any other Pile remedy ever placed on the market. Mrs. M. O'Connor, 14th Street, Oobar East, says : — ' For somo time my husband was a great suf ferer from Itohing Piles, and only pooplo who have been nffliotod in this way have any idea what he went through. The Irritation was at all times very bad, bub at night was almost unbearable. Having heard good reports of Doau's Oint ment, he got some in the hope tbafj it migh...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNG ORANGE TREES. Should they be allowed to Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

YOUNG ORANGE TREES. Should they lie allowed to Fruit. lturing thu winter ot I'.IKS 1 planted a number of orange trees. They have not made much growth, but are now in full bloom. If they are allowed fo fruit this year, will it hurt their growth, or should the bloom be taken from them! The question so pill elicited tho reply from the l-'ruit K.xperl that tho trees re ferred to wi-i-u ion young to be carrying fruit, so that iu the event of any .-tting it would be advisable to removu t. I'.loomiug at such an early age. ?.?iierallv indicates lack of vigor, aud if he tic's appear to bo stunled they shoi-ld be given a heavy dressing of well-rolled stable manure. If dry weather should set iu between the M.iilhs of IV, -ember and February, il i mild pay to give a couplu of good

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISEASES OF THE VINE. Black Spot, Oldium and Vine Moth. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

DISEASES OF THE VINE. Black Spot, Oidhun and Vino Moth. Tho vory wet weatlior recently ex perienced along the Coast has produced '? .nditious favorable for tho dcvclop u'.-ut of ' Itlack Spot of the Vine,' and the Fruit K.xpert considers it ndvisauiu lliKt where the grapes have set, the vines should be given nn application of lionlemix mixture at summer strength, viz., Ii lb. blueslone, -I 1b. best fresh lime, iill gallons water. In districts where the fruit is not yet sot, tho spray ing should be deferred until it is. Oidiuui is already proving troublo some iu places, an.l thcro sulphur might be applied iu addition to -tlio Bordeaux ' Where, tlio caterpillar of tlio grnpu vi-..i- inolh has made its appearance, tho vines mnv be sprayed with arseiiato of lead at the same strength as is used for codlin moth.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE THERE'S A WILL— [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

WHEEE THERE'S A WILL ? Scene: Editor's sanctum. Hie hungiug set r , i 'ul''™»»»t of i^c^LcsoHr-^ necount of what ho Spoa' .-1°UOd' Pu'

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVE STOCK. COLIC IN HORSES. Caused by Gorging Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

LIVE STOCK. COLIC IN HORSES. Caused by Gorging Wheat. Hilling Hie harvest season Ihu .Stock I. ancli receives constant inquiries from ..:,.-al disliicts as to Hie treatment of h-ises which have gorged (heiiisolves .-. wheat, and which are suir.-iiiig from . ic iu consequence. Jlauy valuable light horses are reported to have ,r '..! fmm (bis i.!i,Kr- and ..vet, those ?I,:.i do eventually recover are thrown - : of work for a considerable time. !\,iiullv Hie l-.or.il' is found eating the --.! -at, mid when signs of abdominal :::-, are noticed there is little doubt as ; . -he cause. The intensity of Hie pain i infavora! Iv iiilluenced' by (!) Hi :;? . ?,uiit of -wheat eaten where it is :. .1: (I1) working the animal directly .-.?': r it has gorged itself: (:i| a | ? ' ,'ositioii of certain animals to '?:- : derangements. Symptoms. ?fl»- symptoms mav be but slight. ?-? ,::\ being dull with no appclitc. id - ^ish at hi.-i work. The more sei -,is -- develop very suddenly. Vile i.!-, become...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 11 November 1914

In Memoriam. ATKINS. — In loving memory of our darling son and brother, Law- rence William Edward Atkins, who departed this life 10th No- vember, 1912, aged 13 months. Wo who Iovo you sadly miss yew, Though we know that God did best. When he ceased your pains and sufferings And took you home to rest. Inserted by his loving mother and father, brother and sisters. The Western Age. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1914.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HONOR THE BRAVE. ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

HONOR THE BRAVE. ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S SPEECH. President Abraham Lincoln's address at the dedication of the soldiers1 cemetery at Get tysberg In ISC:: Is regarded as one of the greatest memorial speeches of moJern times To-day the circumstances are different, but the sentiment is the same. Lincoln said:— Fourscore and seven years ago our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new na tion, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition th.it all men are created Now we are engage.! in :i great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a. great battlefield of that \\'.ir. We have come to dedicate a portion of that llel.l as a llnal resting-place for those who here give their lives that that nation might live. It Is altogether fitting and pro per that we should dn this. But In a larger sense we cannot dedicate, wo cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow tills ground. The brave men, living and dead, who strugg...

Publication Title: Western Age
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