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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

Belling Bsdsteads aa we do, it is onlj *J natural \re have great damand for |fl Blankets, nnd our priooa ars tho lowest. . - M H, Dogger. Linsley street, Cobar. . - H John McKay, familiarly known aa Dm ' Old Jock, ' died iu the Wilcannia M hospital on Saturday, aged 84. Ha II Brat wont to the Darling country ia jH 1859, and had been associated with jH Aluemarlo Btntioii for the boat part KM of a lifo timo. He was manager ot ,- ''' f{m Mount Murchison in the early days, \ Wm and was a rocogaised authority oa . $m slioop and wool. ^ 9 Perhaps 0110 of the moBtenthusiaB- ' '. 'im. tic volunteers to onlist for the war *jf* &? from Cobur is Clivo KynaBton, who jf ? has joiued ona of tho Light Horee j M divisions of the expeditionary foroes. / ,M Trooper Kynastou is the eldest bob { ? of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. KynaBton,' of / .? Oobar, aud left for Sydney on Tuee- ( ~M day to undergo training, providing / 4- liis own lioraojind outfit. , 9 The 'Red Bird' and ' Massey- 0 Harris' Bioyole...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Collar District Court. . MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8. (Before His Honor Judge Bevan). [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

- ? CMar Disittct Court ... Monday, FEBBU/-.rvY 8. (Bofore His Honor Judge Bevan). Fong Wah Lae v. J. J Orane.— Amount olaimed £20 13s 6d, goods sold and' delivered, Defendant ad mitted the debt. He stated be was working at the Oooidental mine, but refimnd to oonBflnt to an order being made for the paymont of more than 58 per week—' if they wouldn't take that they'd got nothing.' His Honor gave a vordict for tho amount claim, and declined to make any order as to how the money should bo paid. This oonoluded the business, and tho court adjourned.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A NOVEL PILE DRIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

A.NOVEL ^tLB^DSIVEE. The Russian engineer -cliir^j^^i^ ployed an ingenious . pile driVeggftM^ acts with great opoeu. . '?'''^^v?' On two aides Sf the polo one-Inch gas pipes , are placed in longitudinal grooves. At tho lower end the pipes are furnished with nozzles inclined in ward toward the point of tho pile. A force pump drives wator into tho pipes, and tho water, issuing from the nozzles uiyler a pressure of 770 pounds to the square men, removes tne uirt so rapuuy beneath tho tilo that it sinks throe times as fast as if hammered by a pile driver. Father (gruffly) : ' ' Get away from tho fire, Tommy. The weather isn 't cold. ' ' Tommy: 'Well, 1 'm not warmin ' tho weathor. I'm warmin '.my hands.' Tommy (after a long, lingering sur vey of the uncle, who had lost an arm and a leg while fighting' for hit/ coun try): 'Is that why -you aro on half -pay, uncle}' S Elderly Matron: i ' You shouldn't mini the baby crying i a little. It strengthens hiB lungs.'. Younger Matron; ''Oh, no dou...

Publication Title: Western Age
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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

SUMMARY. After eight years' work, the License Bsdnotion Board in Vlotoria has olosod ont 800 hotels. We anderstand it i« noV true that the Oobarmnnioipal street watering cart hae been sold for serapiron. It is probably Its tarn for holidays. The -.editor ol th» Coonamble '' Independaut ' says that Gilgkudra is the oomlne town of the West. In a year it will outstrip Ooowunble in the way of population. In bnninoes and life it is already the superior. The drought iu Eoath Australia continues without sign of abatement. Them has been no rain In Adelaide for ono hundred and sixty-six days. Mr. II. T. Blftckelt, o( Dubbo, lias boon boleoted, to ooute?Lt.tlio.CH.atlo rongh seat, bb the'OounUy^PlTit&niiu. Mr. Boeby deoided iiot;w-'sti»ira^.'. Mr. Holman stated in theAssem bly that...th^Notton-tGriffith8t nego kintiona were priotically oompletod. A bill to deal with the slaughter of stock is foroBlmdowed by tho Minis lor for Agriculture. The value of the N.S. Walos wool exports this s...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

„? -— ? \\- ' ??? ??? From Monday, 25th January, 1915. To Tuesday, 16th February, 1915. Marvellous money Saving Event of the Season. SEND FOR SALE CATALOGUE POST FREE ON REQUEST AND BUY EVERYTHING . AT Anthony Hordems' 8^ KiSSra.SSSf™ Brickfield Hill, SYDNEY TJffij C6BW MEDIC/Hi' BpL ? MarsHall-Street. Proprietor. Every Description of Patent Medicine Stocked. -A largo assortment of Perfumery, Fancy Goods, Toilet Requisites find (Stationery always on hand. J. MITOHELL, Chemist and Druggist, Marshall-st., Cobar. The Commercial Hotel JBDWAKD STREET, CANBELEGO. Bes^Liquors. Good Beds ana Tables. | . Tariff Moderate. I First Class Acoominodatiou for Travellers ana Boarders. I O.J. is no stranger to Oaubelego, and returns to business enoouraged byihis former. Buocess. f| Miners Arms Hotel [Canbelego. ? PROPRIETOR H.B. Las muoh pleasure in notifying Iuh old -friends in Oobar and Wrlghtville and the surroui'ilhiR iliBtvioh that he ha? now taken over Ilia above 'well-known hotel, for many yo...

Publication Title: Western Age
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PEAT FUEL FOE LOCOMOTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

PEAT FUEL FOR LOCOMOTIVES. The Swediah railway authorities have been investigating pulverised peat as a fuel for locomotivos for several years with a view to ascertaining its suit ability for various ;typeB of locomotives and its cost as compared with coal. One of the locomotives on the State railway was altered for the purpose, and has been in use for some timo in regular, working between Stockholm and UpBala with favourable results, both from a technical aud an euouoruiu point of view. '? *

Publication Title: Western Age
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Cebar Quartar. Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

Cobar Quaftnr Sessions. A Court of Qiuutor Ho*'*'j!f ?????'??! held in Oolmr on MouiWy, IrJoro :-.?.. tfonor Judge Bev»u. . Mr. ?-. Oouu noted as Crown IVcmocukK, and .Mr. J. Leah ooeupied hiB wsu«4 position 011 the bench na Deputy Sheriff. AH the local solicitors woro urow-ui.. AliliHOEDSTKAI.T^O. Williaiu Oook.cn :-ail,wnscl-arc-vl with that he did, on or nbonL SSrd Ootober last, steal two lihlteiy tili-ten at Bald Hills, fno prf|-orly of .l.iuea Ranklu and J. I:. Uall. A aocond count oharged aoousod with reeeiving tbe plates, Mr Boyee, instructed by Mr. M. J. Duffy, appoafed for aeoused,. who pleaded not guilty. The following jury was sworn : — H. Sutherland (foreman), J: Thomas, J. Weingats, J. IP. Gowor, Thfj^Alfen, John Henuiuc, P. T. Satterthwalte, C. A. EvatiB, H. E. Elnkober, 3\ %. nutvbison, S. EviiUH, TI P.MoXon. The Crown Prosooutor opened the oase for the Oronu, and explained the oircumstanoes to the jury, _j . ? '., ? Donald Cameron dppJosed-r-He was' one of R party o'...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Wrightville Municipal Council ALD. MARSHALL ELECTED MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

Wrightville Municipal Council I ALD. MARSHALL ELECTED \ MAYOR. '] At a Bpeoial meeting ot the Wright- '- villa' Municipal Counoil last night, 1 Aid. John Marshall was eleoted May- ? or, and the Mayoral allowanoe was V fixed at £5 for tbe year. The alder- I men present at tbe meeting were : — I Aid. G. Buokland, Martin, Jeffery, ,j Geary, Cassell, and Marshall. \

Publication Title: Western Age
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HEAVIER RAILS FOR RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

HEAVIER RAILS FOR RAILWAYS. It ia apparent that thc rapidly in creasing weights of both locomotives and loaded curs of all descriptions iu America will soon make a heavier rail on the Lcbigh Valley road ou heavy necessary. Kaila weighing 110 pounds uer vard have already been introduced that weights 120 pounds, which is far iu grades aud sharp curves, and now thc Pennsylvania Railway ia trying a rail that weighs 120 [ouiib, which is far iu excess of the 100-pound rail that, with few exceptions, has bcon tho heaviest heretofore ased. The new Pennsylvania rail has 41 per cent, of the material iu tho head, 22 in tho web, and 37 in thc base. Tho sides of tho head have, been given the steep alopo of 8 degrees, aud the top has the short radius of 10 in ches, the corner radii boing 7/16 inch. The fishing angle under the head is one of 18 degrees, and above tho base one of 13 degrees. The height ia 6] inches. ? 1 ?

Publication Title: Western Age
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Congratulating Judge Bevan. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

Congratulating JiJdge Bevan. Prior to ilia 'commencement of the business of the Quarter Sessions on Mondny morning,- Mr. Coon (Crown Prosooutor) roso and congratulated Judge Bevan upon hia permanent ap pointment to tho bondi. Naturally, said Mr. Coon, tliey nil reRioUod tho sad ciroumBtanco which led to tlio appointment, but on behalf of the Bar ho expressod pleasure that) his nonor wan chosen to fill the vacant position. Mr. Lonh (Deputy Sheriff), while expressing deep regret for the aoci dent whioh led to the death of Judge Gibson, felt sure the appointment of his Honor Judge Bevan had given general satisfaction. He offered his hearty congratulations to his Honor. Mr. Duffy, on !«jlmlf of the Cohar solicitors, also heartily congratulated his Honor on his appointmont. His Honor thanked them for their good wishes. Ho lmd 011 many oo oasioiiB visited Cohar, hut this was his first visit as a ponnanont judge. He liked Cohar and its pooplo, and was proud of the fact that ho had a number...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

'I HE p. Ri !\\%^G' %'Gf IS ' v:- ' '? OF THE Yi^SfM';^ &Q4 merclal Printing Executed an the Premises. ' . Workmanship— The Best. Charges— The Lvivest. T£i ''Western Age,' Barton Street, Co bar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

We Print the News, THEREFOR/-, 'Age' Acfvts. Pull. PUBLISHED: WEDNESDAY - - ? - & SATURDAY. * Telephone 57.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

DnMBttttr. I He stepped into \ our Store ♦??^^ \ . with a detenntoaUeo to Be \ tetter drmed. He had read our - \ ads. ? they read true. ? He was 1 temptad to come. He came, ; 1 And stepped out / a better dressed / man ? ?! / See the satisfied look on hit face. Note the faultlessly-groomed appearance he had imparted to his clothes— look at /?*» ^|?iPiillir the fine .ryle I mmw «? «**»- / J ? W^l^r lar attenUon I , 1 i^7 of the athletic per- I * \ S?Sr 'ectly ? constructed I \ B!5ar shouldera of the \ \^_Jr Coat „ \ i Yet this is but a metaphor of whaj g .lur^litJ- ot men are doing weekly. 5 They realise that the initial outlay costs S j just as much for the badly-fitting Suit \ \ m for the oerfectly-fitting Suit. ' I He directed his steps to Economy, too, because, whilst he paid the same as before, his new Suit wore twice as long. . I That is. he saved half I £ Stea :.i here to-d.-v. Sir I V |i Jraes Bros. J 'TA* Start whmrm Quality Ciunh,' ^a^JR9B99EBBB^Ba^KBHB^BVBKBaBBB r ? -A ™*ks...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 February 1915

i. A. Padula, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand the best seleotod Btook of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DI8TBI0T. ^Prices compared with ??z-:h t|j£ ^Yolue of our goods, ' '; -i*^aii!« ::flic lowest in Cobar. - r the ohly.Qyailfled ? _Re^dej^O^gjqi)t. Kwong On & Co. ..General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Aro prepared to enter ir.'rc contracts for supplying Cliir.s?-1 I- si-w-lnr't'w.z nnd Scrub^U'.'.ilv.', .'.?.;?: :i i:f '?:??.? ' -.'rv.lnti LARGE STOCK- OrCi-JOCKKUY. IRONMONGERY. (tHOCKRY, MERCERY, mid BOOTS and SHOES, curried. Cash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &c. HIGHEST PRICB3 GIVEN. Orders Promptly Attended to. MORRISON Bros-. LINE OF Royal Mail Coaches Leave the Booking Office, next the Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, L^, Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and USA- SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., for f WILCANNI A, WHITE CLIFFS, BROKEN HILL ' and all Intermediate Stations. ...

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A CAT ON THE OCEAN BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

If A DAT ON THE OCEAN BEACH. pot tho greatest sceptic spend ono tla.T WJ on the ocoan bench, Mnnly, aud its com* P? parativn warmth in winter, will., con* j viitce him that it in inrfwil 'Ihi* vrintcr ] par«i4liK4» * * of this State, for if likens I itself unto h spring morning in the \ country. Let him n«1«! to this glorious gift of nature, the home oomfort* pro* j vided by the controlling hnaita of the ]k«. ? Salvation Army in that palatini resi* / dential hotel, 'Tho Peoples' Falarp,M ) Beljrravo Street, Manly, and tho sweets of life will he truly enjoyed. f The un* remitting regard for decorum, excellent euisineJT ami tariff 5/- per dny (27/6 per week) must appeal to one and alt J]

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The War. Sydney. Thursday. 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

The War. Sydney, Thursday. 4 p.m. Got mini war correspondents on llm Bsinra linve beon permitted by tlio censor to ndmit tlinfc tlio situation oi tlio Germans in Poland Ib vory difli cult, tlio Busslsns often mahing most suocessf jl conntor attaolts. Tho South African rebels Maritz, Eomp, Beztiidenbout, and Villiors, all oflioers, surrendered and went nway to aolleot their men. A few days lator the town of Kakamas, In the Orange Biver State, was bom barded, but this is not attributed to the rebels. It is thought possible that the Germans got wind of the rebels' Intention, and endeavoured to frustrate them. It is reported from Pretoria thnt the Germans executed Maritz for treachery. Bomo newspapers state that the Turks have abandoned their plans for a fresh attaok on Egypt, as their supplies have given out. Tliero are indications that Bul garia has 'entered into a financial arrangement with Germany. This is intended lo exercise a restraining in fluence on Bonmania and Italy. Bulgaria...

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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

Mail Time Table. Time of doparturo from Oobar Post Office — For Sydney, 7.B0 n.r\\, (nml when boating Into fan 7.45 . a.m.), Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd Snturdnyfl. Wriglitvillc, 0.80 p.m. Monday, Wednes day and Friday, r.outh, Friday, G p.m. ttadon Park, Friday, C p.m. Gilgunni.i, Friday, 0 p.m. Mt, Drysdale, Tuesdays and Fridays, 6 nnd G.15 p.m. Nymagco and ShuUlcton, Thursdays, 5.80 p.m. Elouora, Tuesdays and Saturdays, 10 and 10.15 a.m. Wilc&miia, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat* urdays, 5.80 p.m. HTowong, Monday. Wednesday and Fri day. 6.80 p.m. Time of arrival at Post Office, Oobar. From Sydney, etc., Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday, 6 p.m. From Wrightvillo, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 7 a.m. From Louth, Thursday, 6 a.m. Prom Baden Park, Wednesday, C n.m, From Gilgunnin, midnight Tuesday. From Mt. Drysdalo, Monday and Thurs day, 6.45 p.m. From Nymngcc and Shuttloton, Wed nesday, 6 a.m. From Elouera, Tuesday and Saturday, 7 a.m. From Wilcannia, Monday, Thnrsday and Saturday, 6...

Publication Title: Western Age
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COUNTING THE COST. GERMANS AWAKENING. BUSINESS MEN SCEPTICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

COUNTING THE COST. GERMANS AWAKENING. BUSINESS MEN SCEPTICAL. A wealthy German manufacturer and bang director who recently arrived In this country (says the Wall-street Journal) for the pur pose of looking over the situation with a view to removing his capital and what may re main of his plant from Hamburg to the United States, after the war Is over, gives aa his reasons the following: '1 am first of all a German, and a lover of the Fatherland, but I am not in sympathy with this war nor the Kaiser's attitude. 1 am thoroughly tired of militarism, its taxations in manhood and money, and thu final ruination of business by war. In Germany we thought that the last straw had been applied, when the Govern ment begun to tax capital; but when this war was declared, and with It tho ruination of nearly all business and manufacturing In the Fatherland, I concluded It was time for me to look for frestf fields of commerce, where taxations for war purposes are less exact ing.' Commenting upon th»?...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

Jules B. Gall and, Late op Forbes, TTAS taben over tbe WINE and COOL DEINKS SHOP, Pad ula's Terrace, Marshall-street, lately oonduoted by Mr. G. Budd. Cool Drink* and Wine* of the Beit Quality only served. I solicit one trial, and am sure you will theu oomo again. 'Western Age' office for Confectionery and Emit Bags at Bedrock prices. . .^onstipailoiL .1 OYONEY NURSE FREQUENTLY Vl^ r.ECOMMENDO DR. MORSE'G TX INDIAN ROOT PILLS. til *?1 can Kt:'.: lliat Dr. Morse's In- Jtf, dian Iloot IT.!;- ara a very useful me- l^i dicino for relief from Constipation Ht' n:ul as a genornl laxative,' writes '[jji Nm-se Ilan nail Arthur, of Edgehlll , .'jV Street, Botany, Sydney, N.S.W., 'I i ' jjS have frequently rccommendod these I IN Pills to-frIend9, In my capacity B K of General Nurse, and I liave never I? m heard a complaint as to their elll- ®! cacy. They are our family medicine, v ??, and I am rarely without thorn In my \ ^ house. You may use this testimony, \ V If desirod. for publication. I ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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MISERIES OF THE BELGIANS. BRITAIN'S WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

MISERIES OF THE BELGIANS. BRITAIN'S WARNING. Mr. Rowland Hunt, M.P., has addressed the following letter to a number of English newspapers:— From the fact that we have not known the horrors of Invasion for a thousand years, our people are unable to realise that un less we win this war, we shall In all pro bability be Invaded by German troops in the near future. Princes and professors are openly teaching the German people the gos pel of hate towards Britain. For us In the ne..r future it Is freedom or slavery, and which It Is to be depends on whether our men come forward in sufficient numbers for the new army which Lord Kitchener asks fot as necessary for our safety. For those who believe that our working people would not suffer from a German in vasion, the following account, extracted from the written experiences In Belgium of the Liberal member for Mid-Lanark, should de mand consideration. Ho gives his personal experiences of Termonde as typical of what happened in other parts of Be...

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