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Beauty is Only Skin Deep. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

Beauty is Only Skin Deep. ' Beauty is only skin deep ', bo ruus the old saying, and it behoves us to make that skin, the outward manifestation of boauty, and of hoaltb, as pure and healthy as only soap and soap and water and right living can mako it. A . skin which glows with hoallii is a beautiful foaturo to any man 01- woman, and a soap which creatos absoluto skin purity is beauty's greatest asset. Such a soap is now available to tho goneral public. ' Rexona ' Soap starts for Purity, Cleanliness, Hoaltb, Beauty. By its uso, tho child liko bloom is preserved to old age, tbo texture of tho skin is at onco rofinod and all disoaso laden germs aro waslied . away. A clean body repels disoase and invites ad miraliou. Tho refreshing glow of tho skin, and tlio security from gorm contamination, which a daily bath with Rexona Soap ensures to the user, aro a revealaliou in skin comfort. Tho resulting beauty is evidence of the intrinsic truth of the old saying Beauty is only skin deep. ' Bexon...

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

Latest Telegrams. — — SYDNEY. Saturday Terrific heat was experienced in many parts of tho Stalo yesterday. At Momka it was 122° in tlio shado, Yiincainiia 121' and White Cliffs 119'. Tho Fodoral Govemmont has pro hibited for the present tho exporta tion of morino wool to America. No reason for Iho action was officially given, but in view of recent corres pondence between tho Imperial au thorities aud the United States Go vernment, the prohibition bas more than ordinary significance. It is known, however, that tho order was isBued as the result of a despatch from tho Sooretary ot State for tho Colonies. The Prime Ministor states there is good and sufficient reason for the step, tho aotion boing in the pub Ho interest. A steamer with 10,754 bales for Boston was prevented from leaving Melbourne yesterday. The widespread domand that exists throughout Viotoria for tbo legalisa tion of the totalisator is steadily be coming organised into a campaign.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"NOTHING...BUT THE V.C." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

'NOTHING. . .BUT THE V.C.' Lieutenant Dimmer, of the King's Royal Rifles, ,who' lias just been awarded tho Vic toria Cross, learnt tho news of his good for tuno In the following dramatic manner:— The young oltlccr, who Is nt present In hos | pltnl in Boulogne, was having lunch with a brother officer when a boy camo In selling [English newspapers. Both officers bought a copy and started to read. | Suddenly Dimmer turned palo and fell back I in his chair. The othor officer rushed for I ward, savins'. 'Poor old chan. what Is tha matter? You are 111?' Dimmer answered li'i, a weak voice, ,'lt la nothing. But I have lUBt read that I have got tho Victoria Cross.' ? Maxims of ' the' Kaiser:— When Gott de serts your army, try Allah.

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

PRESBYTERTAN. .Cobar, Sunday, tob. 7, 1915. — 11 -a.m„ ' The Great Healer. ' 3 p.m.. Sun day School. 7.80 p.m., ' Man the imago of Qod.' ?o'.oist, Mr, Carter. AH aro welcome. David MscQrcgor,

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DUSTY ROAD. PUTTING TOMMY TO REST. PEN PICTURE OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

THE DUSTY ROAD. PUTTING TOMMY TO REST. PEN PICTURE OF WAR. 'Funeral party here, sir,' says the orderly, putting his head In at the door of the sunny orderly-room. You look out of tho window and see that a company has been halted in the road In front of the building, und that a somewhat nervous aud unaccustomed young lieutenant Is anxiously looking about for someone to tell him what ho ought to do (writes Mlson loung in tho London Daily Chronicle). In front of the hospital gate an ordinary baggage-cart with its sides re moved represents the guu-carrlugo of more punctilious times, and thu usual French crowd is gathered round the gate. It Is only a Tommy's funeral, a uioro than daily Incident, a mere Daso Detail. Al though I am no lover of black ceremonials, yet when duties to the living did not stund in the way 1 found something uklu to plea Mir.: in accompanying my friend tho chap lain on Ids lonely tram]) to tho last resting place of these private soldiers. An officer has many frien...

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

Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Cobar. — Mass at 7.80 a.m. and 17 a.m. _ Evening Devotions at 7.80 p.m. Wrightville.— Moss at 8 a.m. ; Kvoning DevotionB at 7.80 p.m. Very Rev. Dean Hughes, V.F. Rov. J. Boxton.

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

War and the Waman. h) '. 'AIT PEHniftRT0*l. Ami so, finally, nnd merging into Iho oiii! great thought wns his own awakening love Tor a beautiful woman. lie no longer doubted this. Admiration was bceoming a passion of desire, which might lead liim to strange ends. He saw her as she sat by the fireside, the warm light upon her eloquent face — he hoard her sympathetic | voice, watchcd the play oE gesture, the! changing but ever-winning expression. He would have given her every penny he bad in the world thai night to have called her his wife. ft came to him as an obses sion Hint lie could not live without her. For thus do men of forty love, and in such n passion do the years often mock them I

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

THE PERPLEXED PATRIOT. 1 checked all mirth with stern rebuff. And went about with sombre mien; 2 showed a visage long enough To satisfy tho Gloomy Dean. Methought this was tho thing to do Whilo England grapples with the foe. They only Bald: 'No patriot you— v Wc really must buck up, you knowl' Forthwith I tried the other tuck— ' With laughter bubbling from my lips 1 slapped my friends upon tho back And plied them with the latest quips; i 1 guyed tlie war news up and down To cheer them In this time of strife. The*: cried: 'Unpatriotic clown— Your country's fighting for her life!' If to n theatre I dnrc go Thoy ask me aro my feelings dead? If I refrain from every show I 'rob the players of their hread.' There** none loves England more than 1; There's none more keen to see her through; But what— I pause for a reply — Should a well-meaning patriot do? — Alfred Berlyn, In London Opinion.

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

LATEST FASHION, St raps - - hri'tcllr* — guimpo.s — sallies — all tluve are m\ Fashion V highway. Straps haw I cm broadened at the bnso nnd elon^ateil into wniMront ^irbles. Bretellcs have been into the semblance of a juniper. Tlie ni rival of the basque hns brought about a return to the Hr.»t principles in. sleeves, but the kimono i Ifeve is still with us nnd will not he ousted eatil.v from favour. The cos* t;niie in tdir ilhiMrj'tinn turn's tlie evolution of I present tiMhles Kithei linen or washing crepe I would he suitable for this design. I

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AFTER TEN DAYS. CHAPTER III. I. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 February 1915

AFTER TEN DAYS. CHAPTER HL I. Itertie Morris was a man who rarefy knocked upon any doors, and certainly, had lie stooped to such a weakness, it would not have been upon the door of his very democratic patron, John Faber, who was never surprised to see liim, whatever the hour or the place. 'So it's you, my boy! I thought 110 I one else would lmtt in at this time in the morning. Well, nnd what brings you now! I thought you were in Portugal!' Bertie Morris, who smoked a cigarette which had tho obliging quality of rarely being alight, sat down by his friend's bedside and thrust his felt hat still farther upon the back of his head. 'Guess I came over last night — the hotel clerk said you were visiting. Say, T must have a talk with you. Benjamin lins cabled Paris ^for news, and he's got to have it. You know Benjamin, sure! Well, then, you know wliat you've got to do.' Faber knew Benjamin Barnett of the New York Mitre very well, but the process of 'doing it' seemed to amuse him. He sat up ...

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

In Memoriam. McGRATH. — In sad but loving me- mory of our dear daughter and sister, Toppy, who departed this life on February 6th, 1914. One year lias passed since that sad day. When one we loved was called away. God took her home, it was His will Forget her, no, we never will. Inserted by her loving father, P. M'Grath, sisters Minnie and Myra,   and brothers Willie and Pat. LANYON — In sad but loving me- mory of my dear husband and our dear father, wbo departed this life February 8th, 1912. Sadly missed ; deeply mourned. Onw less at home ! The charmed circic broken ; a dear facc Missed day by day from its accustomed place. But cleansed, saved, and perfected by grace. One more in heaven, One less on earth, Its pain, its sorrow, and its toil to share ; One less the pilgrim's daily cross to bear; One more the crown of ransomed saints to wear At home in Heaven ! Inserted by his loving wife, M. W. Lanyon, and family. The Western flge. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1015.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH SOLDIERS. GERMAN OFFICER'S ADMISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

BRITISH SOLDIERS. GKRMAN OFFICER'S ADMISSIONS. An editor of tho 'Berliner Tagoblatt,' who is taking part in tho battle in Plan dors, as an oiucar of tho Itoscrvo, Iimh sent a lettor to bis paper, iu which lie says that tlio British HOlilicr in not to be underrated. 'Our young soldiers (the (ferinans) show an oagor desire for fight, and they arc marching to tha battlefields with the intention of catching thc British soldiers, ns they nay every one of them is firmly convinced thnt God gave Kngli.uliiiioti their long legs in order thnt they might better run away. One rcmombcr* tho many sketches aud cartoons of Tommy Atkins. A few of our mon, aud only a few, kucw something more nbout tlic English. Sooner than wo expoctcil, we mot tho oncmy. One morning whou wo were just marching, 1 suddenly heard somebody cry. THK K1RST DEAD ENGLISHMAN. 'There's the first dead Englishman'^ — the first one wo had seen during this wnr. Ho was dead, a . bullet right' through bia heart — a young, Bum, nice ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUMOUR GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

HUMOUR GLEANINGS. What s better than a broken drumf' , irdunno. What!' Nothing. it can't be beat.' '.'.{' Jones inclined to intemperance f' last night' '? He CertalDl7 hlUl a 8lBnl Bell: 'Well, Titian or imi-Titianl ' sirf''11*' l btmg J'ou a rum omelet, ' I can 't afford eggs these days. Tou can leave 'em out.'' llinlu: '1'or my succeaa In life I m° ?? 7 °'T0 everything to my wife.' Jinks: 'Your memory Is faulty lou owe ma a fiverl' Vicar (examining class in school): ? 1 ins, you know, were not invented till the tenth century.' Jones: 'Well, W did pcopl. eat winkles then, sir' Creditor : ' 1 aak jou for the last time —can you pay me that five pounds you one mei' Debtor: 'Thank goodness I there's an end to that Billy question I ' Swiss Guide: 'This ia the famous Mattcrhorn precipico; it is 3000 feet deep. ' ' Lady Climber: 'And do pooplo of ton fall over tberof' Swiss Guide: 'No, inum; onlj ones.' Women (begging): 'I have three bus bands to support. Gent.: ' What— you area bigamistl...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRYING. A TESTED HEED. And Lines of Breeding. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

DAIRYING. A TESTED HEBD. And Lines of Breeding. Sonic highly interesting comparisons nrc inado in u current ' Gazette ' ar ticle by the Dairy Instructor at Byron I Bay, who has done so much for the eauso of herd-testing in the Tweed i Richmond district. The articlo gives some dotails of thc highest-yielding herd iu thc associations affiliated with tho Tweed-Richmond Hord-testing Council, and opportunity is taken to show tho produce of dam and daughter witn a view to illustrating that milk anil butter production is a character istic that can be transmitted, and, fur ther, that bord-tosting enables tho dairy farmer or breoder to ascertain positively which are his best strains. Wo have discussed this Bubject on pre vious occasions in tho 'Weekly Notes,' but never with Now South Wales facts as our text. This time, therefore, it is of unique interest A High Average, The herd in question is the property of Mr. J. Anderson of Duranbah, Tweed Itivor, and in common with 88 other herds it was...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. These Notoi are issued every wook, undor the personal supervision of the Hon. W. O. Ashforu, Minlitor for Agii culture, N.S.W., »nd ate based mainly on the experience of tho Department. No. 197. I AGRICULTURAL Sp, PI0KL1NO SEES WHEAT jj|.' ; To Prevent Bunt. '& Of the various preventives for nunt I ?V . 0T 'otinkiug smut, ' the most i-lhYU-at » ?'. ls certainly sulphate of copper, or bluo f-.; 'tone, liut success depends larg.-lv Won W- the manner in which the treatment Is S-\ carried out, and the present in there '-'- ioro a suitable time for rimiindiuir '??'-?? farmers of tho importance of certain details. £,*;?- Dissolving tha Bluestone. 'W--':, TI'-' bluestone should bo used ill the ?;.?'?'/ proportion of 141b. to every 1U gallons '-?', ot water, ami it should be dissolved— :??'? Ilu' bi' throwing it into the water and ... i. allowing it to remain there for a few hours—but by tying it in a small hes sian bag and s...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAYING HEN. How to Know Her. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

THE LAYING HEN. How to Know Her. In regard to tho selection of iaving hens for breeding purposes, tho Poultry Kxpert stated recently that most theor ies of selecting layers aB8i»t tlw ba ginuer up to a certain point, bu; ex porionco of tho different types of birds ia essential. 'Know your br--ad' is thc motto that should bo inscribed over all of- them. It should also , bo understood that there is a 'laying' type, and tome breeds conform more closely to it than others; notably, a typical White Leg horn. However, some characteristics are common to all good layers, aud th%; points for judging a fowl for its laying qualities which can be recognised at' Bight, may be summarised aa follows: — 1. — I'ullots to bo selected should bo in good health and condition, a'tnlvnot j under six months old. „ ? , - 2.— Start at tho bean— this,' ia un ( doubtedly tho beBtJndox; the head of a layor of wh'at*y«£Dreed should indi , cato .activity and -atertiie«s, ky-;jrbat muy be described as a lean expres...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY. A CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

POULTRY. A CORRECTION. A slight error occurred in a recent article entitled 'Housing Laying Hens.' A house suitable for the 'in- tensive'- system was mentioned as re quiring 'to be increased to at least .60 ft. x 4 ft.' Tho last figure should have read It ft.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

A Signal of Distress. Puin in Ilia baok is the kidnsys' aignnl of distross. Tf this timely warning is ignored kidney diseaso silently fastens ila deadly grip — for kidney siokness first shows itself in pains and disorders in other parts, and tho real oauso is too often hidden until fatal Briglit'H or Diabetes has set in. Suspect tho kidneys if you are rhoumatio and nervous, or have a lsme baok, painful, too frequont, or scanty urination, weak heart, dizzy spells, headaches, bloating, or neuralgia. Doan's Baokache Kid noy Pillf) havo been curing lamo backs and sick kidneys foryearn. Tliofollow ing endorsement is oonvinoing: — Mr. P. Eershavr, Booroondara Tank, Loutli Road, Oobar. writes the following unsolicited letter: — ' Six months ago I wrote you that Doan's Baokaohe Kidney PHIb were working wonders in my ease. I am pleased to he able to tell you now that they havo completely ourod my aching baok, and I have boen quite froo of the pains for snme months. I sin cerely believe that ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. SYDNEY, Monday. 11a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

The War. w STONBY, Monday. 11 a.m. A Britidt aeroplane, defying a con centrated firs, suddenly dived and dropped a bomb on a German sub marine, whioh after a terrifio explo sion sunk; The airman escaped. It is rumoured in Berlin that the Kaiser, after his visit to tho western front, ordered the commanders to abstain from sacrificing too many men, as operations woreot secondary importance. Ono consequence of this order is that the Germans are begin ning to believe that the Gorman troops in the wost aro uumeriually Inferior to the allied forces. The King of Bavaria saya that the war Was forced upon Germany and that buo would go through with it until she seourod incontestable vio tory and poaoe oonrlitions worthy of the nation and oomnioiiavnato with its saorifioos. Tho heart and soul of the whole country were in the fight, and Germany would fight to the last drop of blood. :.f , ^ Tbe Allies continue $6 lriako pro gross northwards towards Odtpncl. The GermanB attAoked Kakamas, Orange ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Bachelor's Nieces PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS. COPYRIGHT. CHAPTER XV. A QUIET WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

? .. --/ ' ? ?'' X'^chelojKs ^Nieces, ' PUBLISHED VtttZQLM, AIUUNGBMENT. *& too™ WuMett JUlWof 'Footprint! In lt» luow,' 'Th» Brokw lul,' 'Beaut* Ik* W»T«.' '.A Bliur Birthright,' 'Tk.Drift ?- F»U,' ' Th» S«cr«t o{ th» Wt«t.' *TktL««t8ljml,' 'A HIiM.b Ch«lo,' ' A Country SwMthurt,' ?* Her PruniM.Tnu,' On Goldu Hi-fu,' ' A T«U1 Tut,' '?HI. Will »*i Urn,' *.., to. : , ' ? ' eorYftiaxT. ,. CHAPTER XV. * ? A Odixt Wksdino. The tW h«d j-onc quickly with Sir Goruld and hip nieces. July m ot.t, uud August had iHHno in with it* irpnernlly hot nun and cloudier.' -kie». 11 1 i*upj-09C the Kcanoii in nt an end now, tnirt Sir Gerald ono morning at fori-alttnut. 'Would you liko to stop nnother week, deiiivF Becaueo to bo out of the fnjhion mnkcn no matter. to quiet going people lilce ua. And I .-? -beltare ' bor Dftls'B«ttr'h«s-¥bt yet made up her mind what fashion Is.' ' ?' It nee mil to me to be,' answered Betty. ' thnt ono utrony-niindM u'd clever man or nnmim takes a cruie into their...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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