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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

A X I New Brand V' J \ American Kerosene M | ^j^^FIighest Qualitv of AmencE^j^^ ' ' 1 «- . ? ? ? i - j- |ntOu O o I'- j 1 AUSTRALIAN a - I $ (I «) ;** ':r- M I XXX Ale. (Draught) f Wf i LAGER - - I PILSEHER - - I DINNER ALE- - 1 SELECT STOCK ALE I STOUT - - J ?- J\ is 4 OBTAINABLE | IN BOTTLES || | FROM j| H ALL HOTELS I IRESCH'S ALES, LAGERS, & STOUT 1 ' 1 are Wved by Aottrallani for Australians I ; % MID STAND BAS^Y FIRST. I /l BREWERY - - REDFERN, SYDNEY. jS V

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SOLDIERS' PAL. GENERAL SIR H. SMITH-DORRIEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

THE SOLDIERS' PAL. GENERAL SIR H. SMITH -DORRIEN 'He's a pal, that's what he is,' recently said un enthusiastic Tommy of General Sir H. Smith-Dorrien, and U- that pregnant sen tence Is revealed the secret of the great general's unbounded popularity with the Army. He takes a personal Interest In the men under his command, and never falls to express hla appreciation if they serve him well. Only the other day he found time at i the front to personally deliver a speech ot j encouragement to the West Kent Regiment, | despite the fact that the responsibilities of the campaign in France must occupy hla tim» very fully; but the regiment nau iougnt valiantly, so the general found an opportu nity to tell them himself that he wanted them to understand that 'We who are be hind appreciate your splendid services.' it has nlways been^General Sir H. Smith Dorrlen's plan to treat soldiers as human beings and not machines, as many leaders are inclined to do. Not long ago he announced thut he had deci...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

Advertise in ' Western Age ' and your business will flourish. Paper Bags — AT — Age Office. i f-f ^ 9 ?! j! iLw.vj^ ' ' ? | Fs!f-Y«aty i' | ^ 1 1 f i': m S _ i!| I i LzP Bid K» ilLtiS !j ' j! ?';! From ^ Moil., Jan. 25th, | j:i| 1915, to | lues., Feb. ictii, I 1915 ill! Is the Shopping Event |!|i of the Season, and will | |j! save you sovs. Send lor SALE CATALOGUE | ; ! ! post free on request i I Anthony Hordern I ' ? & Sons, Ltd. ? f ;! 0nt7 UotTtral Providers | j ijji New Pilaw Emponuo !|| ?jji Brickfield Hill, Sydney | ill ' ? !l: Price of Chassis £2^ r:-. ' '? , *£? v7 ill tt~iV ?' 1.4ieap Cartage for Storekeepers, Tractesmer Mai! Contractors and the Man on the Lai.v ' f- 1 \v illyj Ulilily Trucks win out hccai::.? they will carry uofxJs cr producc at ;i fraction iv l!io oil of horse haulage. Hi-:/ arc of special scrvicc lo the Tradesman, Motel ; M iil Contractor and t!ic Man on the Land, for they arc ready for the road at any : :ii _? o ! \v:'l work the whole of the twe...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHRISTMAS ON A DREADNOUGHT JACK'S BIG FEED [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

CHRISTMAS ON, A DREADNOUGHT 1 JACK'SBIG FEED. House out, there! Itouse out! Turn out, i'tocklng!'1'' n ,CK or a Purser's siTon m,!1',0 summons which, at hair-past roll / i mornln*. makes 'Jack Tar' fr dnnhirw 1 1 1;''n,'ock ''-1 stow It away h a vo To' hc\ -ve re' 5 t US?'' dlfriclllt|e» vices resorted to to provide the 'handy man' with a decent Christmas. For on board ship you cannot send out for any little thing you nre short of. for the special occnslon But 'B »rUl.°' '?|YLr,UVOr he may be. 'Jack' makes the best of things nnd enjoys himself tho roughly on Christmas Day. DECpRATIONS ABOARD. Naturally, preparations begin on Christmas Eve, If not beforo. The fire in the cook'n galley is nllowed to remain alight all night, nnd boiling nnd stewing apd masting: goes merrily* on till the small hours. Busy hands are at work with colored paper and glittering tinsel, holly and mistletoe* and anything else the sailors can get hold of, covering the grim walls of tho Dreadnought and making ev...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

v ysgresaaggfl& tft^jg.^1 iJMiLaMWWMWM—— — itr^ JjjpYOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS FOR I | 'ITO#!* I PRODUCE and STOCK. I try j I HARRISON, JONES ?? DEVLIN 11° I i sydNEY WE ARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY. *?' » ?j''j*wi'.'!'tj.i»u »'? i .? 1 -i' ., -' — -?-? -?? ? ?' — ' ' - 'w hbw ^aa«M— ?— — — ^ — — — Murdoch's 'Everrite' Blue Serge — 'Wfa/s like a True Friend.' ( ? l/nfadable— under even the hottest trop- MY j 7ca/ sun! We guarantee to supply a JsyVJ, new Suit for the one that fades. il\f/ 77ie Su/7 /or f/te young man /I r | of style is llr \J^/k The 'Manly,' an QQ//?^! ! (jfp* 'Everrite' Serge J^jjrTTj ||^ beady to wear, in perfect fit for every , H, '?! figure— coat cut with long lapel, 2 or 3 \ \1 buttons, vent at back. Vest and trousers ' I* 71 —Tr of latest cut. Send chest, waist, and in- ]L — side leg measurements. !' - ' Everrite ' Serge Suits for Boys. The 'Rugby,' 29/6 f Coats with 2 or 3 buttons lapels — - vent in back. Smartly cut vest and knickers with band at knee. Siz...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£10 NOTE FROM THE TRENCHES [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

£10 NOTE FROM THE TRENCHES Rev. It. J.' Campbell mentioned at the City TetnplC- the - receipt, from a member of tho congregation, a lieutenant of the R.A.M, j., who. was -at the front, of a ten-pound note towards relieving the distress occasioned. here ' bytbaiwar. . In.hto letter he speaks of the cheapness of humUfllfe, and the sufferings endured- at riie fron-,and'a«ds: 'OurTOen are sianuuw than. twer. thought it was possible for i tiesn and blood to bear. As. long aa we put men Wke thea®. intoi the fighting line the horror* of the frightful struggle will, be kept away . (ram uur oountry and our homes.' How we progress: 1910—' Form IV. 191-1— 'form fours!''

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT A DREADNOUGHT COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

WHAT A DREADNOUGHT COSTS; Some Idea of the lighting power of a Dreadnought may be gathered from the fact that the extreme range of Us guns Is twenty . Ave miles, while they can be very effective at a range of twelve miles. They are most deadly, however, at a range of between five or six miles. The 12in, gun of a Dreadnought Is 50ft. long, and, If- set up on end, would be higher than many a country church tower. .The cost of each gun is about £10,000, while each time It 1b fired £100 vanishes Into the air. As a- protection against the guns of the 'enemy, a Dreadnought is covered with armor costlng- '£120 per ton, and as something like 4800 tons are used in covering the vessel this means an expenditure of cloBe upon £§00,000. Bollers^and machinery at £325,000; motor and steam boat* at £8000; torpedo-tubes at £3000 each, and torpedoes at £500 each; and £50,000 for seaschllghts and electrical fittings, are other-Items in the bill which go to make a Dreadnought the costliest vessel afloa...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

The Bed Bird' and ' Massey Harris' Bloyoles bavq long been known as tbe boBt and highest-priced maobines on the market. Wo are Belling (beBO now at £15, with best equipment. Alt fittings for these maobines stocked. — H. Dogger, Linsley-street.2 Happily with Aerated Waters $0S strnm A Medicinal TONIC BEVERAGE Greaseproof Paper for sale in any quan tity at 7s 6d perrm. at ' Age ' Office.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"ABOVE THE BATTLEFIELD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

'ABOVE THE BATTLEFIELD.' M. Komain Holland's remurkublc appeal, has been published us a pamphlet under the title Above the Battlefield and to It ? Mr. G. I. owes Dickinson writes an Introduc* ^ tlon. 'M. Holland, ' he says, 'sees that this ideal of the nation, which leads, and leads Inevit ably to war. Is In conflict throughout Europe with an international idea which demands and presupposes peace. The nations of the modern world are bound together by tho great civilising forces, trade, science, litera ture, art; and by those appliances of physical Intercourse, the railways, telegraphs, posts, which are at once the cause and effect of spiritual bonds. In particular, the laboring classes of all countries have been coming to see and feel that their common interests are more vital and important than their na tional antagonisms. THE GREATER WAR. 'TJie war. has-', cut right across this gracing International »? organisation, and shown . that when national sentiment is appealed to. Governme...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

A writ has been served on tbe Am- J algamated Miners' Association, as tho j owners of the Barrier ' Truth' nows- I paper, Broken Hill, claiming £tOCO dnmages on behalf of Mr. Griflith, the Minister for Works, for alleged Iifcol. Owing to tho intenso heat being ex perienced at Bourko, a well known resident of that town, 'in Mrs. Cath erine Thompson, aged 35 ycarB, ex pired suddenly last Saturday. The catch of the season — M'Grath and Powderly's Sale. When we say Sale, we mean Sale.* ValueB at A. B. 0AMPBELI/8 store make buying elsewhere expensive* Mr. S. M. Cummins, officer iu charge of the Dubho branch of the Public Works Department, who has boon holi daying at Coogee, became seriously ill during his vaoation owing to the burst ing of a bloodvessel. The most care ful treatment was necessary for a cou ple of days, but the danger is now past. Yes, M'Grath mid Powderlys' Sale is on. Wo want to well. We're going to sell. Our prices ' When our Sale llag is Hying, tbe prices aro lew. — M'...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LITTLE OLD ALBION. YANKEE STORY OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

LITTLE OLD ALBION. I YANKEE STORY OF THE WAR. liondon la not the only spot that la churn ing out its histories of the war (says London Opinion). Not by a jugful. New Tork Is getting busy too In this lino, and here Is tho probable opening chaptor of a Broadway chronicle:— Although It was only August, the city of London, In England, .was as usual enveloped I In a thick black fog. Great Britain was on i the eve of war with Germany. Crowds of silent people surrounded the War Office, Scotland Yard, the Crystal Palace, and other great buildings of historical interest, await ing the declaration. A big. Beef-Eater, as the grower of Lon don employees are called, walking wearily home from a hard day's work — his pike dver his shoulder and his dinner basket In his hand— stopped for a moment on the edge of the' crowd gathered before the House of Commons (England's lending gas-garage). 'Seems like there's going to be a war, ? .r. doesn't It?' he said to a little green-goods huckster from the Mil...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

'You can malio tiro host purchases in children's footwear and hosiery at A. B, OampbelVs. ' Tyros vnloauieed, bars fitted, wheels repaired, or any class of motor or eyole work. — II. Dogger, Linaley etreet.4 We have the iw n, also tlio material, to enable us to do good work on oyoles or oara — II. DOOGBB, Lins ley-street. 1

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Canbelego Patriotic League. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

Canbelego Patriotic League. r The effort put forth hy the Can- i belego Patriotio League -pn behalf of T the Belgian Relief Fundi last month resulted in ^lie magnificent sum of £283 IPs being raised, c^tid this was' forwarded to the Belgian Consul in ' ; time to seoure the subsidy of £ for £ [ from the N.8.W. Government. Fol lowing is a oopy of a letter received I : from the Belgian Consul .by tho hon. 1 1 ? 60C8. of the LsAguo : — . I -1 Dear Sirs, — I beg to acknowledge » with thanks your letters of 28tb and 29tb ultimo, enolosing \ donations amounting to £283 10s foi the Bel gian Relief Fund fro-a%jo.Oanbelego Patriotio League. I wish 'to express my deep gratitude to tho subscribers of your fund for this most generous i contribution, which will assist greatly ; to relievo the distress now being suf fered hy tho unfortunate Belgintis in their efforts to resist armed oppres sion. The same ia appreciated as a ? y. further proof of tho great sympathy is whioh is being exprossed for t...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

Kidney Trouble, Gravel. J IIow many of 113 esoapo Constitu- ' 1 tional slow Poisoning, caused through the accumulation of waste matters in j the blood? Not many wo fear. To throw out these poisonoua matters, , is tho chiof duty of the kidneys. When this duty is not performed at j all, wo dio of Dropsy. When it is ill-performod, wo dio, too, of slow . poisoning mauy years beforo our time. We are, all of us, acquainted with the _ ? l| symptoms of Kidney Trouble— head- . nolie, dullness, and loss of Vitality. : J Some of ub, however, may not have . :j letirned of tbe newest and moat power- 9 ful remedy for kidney complaints. ; a We refer to Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills. - 3 One of these Pills oontains in a con- J oentrated form, all the ouratlve -] properties of a pint of finest gin, to- l gether with o.tber important in- 'J gredlents reoognised by the Medical |S Profession as being remedial agents || of the greateat value for the kidneys' 1 and allied organs. c Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pilla are ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Judge Bevan. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

Judge Bevan. 1 Judgo Bevan, who has been ap- ? pointed to the western oirouit, re- 1 ceivod many congratulations from the I t rofessional aud business men at I, Bourke on the oacaaion of liia visit 3 to that centro last Wednesday to pre- fl side at the Quarter Sessions. Before ' I tho husiness onmmenood, Mr. N. de n H. Roland, Crown ProBeoutor, wel- I oomod his Honor to tho benoh in jS Bourko. He felt that it was the fit ting termination of a long and lion- |B ourable career hi the servioo of the Iff Crown and the country generally. 9 His Honor was not unknown in the ? Wost ; ho believed it was hetwoen 20 fl aud 30 years slnoe he Grst came to jj Boufke as Crown Prosecutor. Where- | over his Honor has been he liaB won j the esteem and confidonce of every i class of the community with whom j he had to doal, and it was a great pleasuro to weloome him to tho boncli £ on behalf of the Bar and tho logal '^s profession gonorally. jj At Hie coiiolusion of tho addross of » welcomo from the s...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

SUMMARY. The Fedoral trawler Endeavour has beon officially (lectured lost. Tho hul&nco sheet of the Cobar Pastures Protection Board appears in this isstio. A piirtinl rolipse of tho sun will l-e viaihlo ovor I he gruator part of Aus ' traliii to- morrow (Sunday). Many Dublin farmers have had to ?/., ^iBnontimio plongliing owing to the -J* fidPdipSbii .'of tji^igroniid. Mr. A. J Antill, of Nyngan, who liss been down with pneumonia, is iqaiokfy recovering. A promenade concert, in aid of the funds of tho Oohar Churoli-of 33ng. larul, will ho held in tho Masonio Hall on Tuosdny evoning. Tlio latest returns from Bomligo give tho Labor candidate a majority of 502 votes, witli only 292 absent votos to ho don.lt with. An exceptionally boavy traffic in stock has boon going on all along tho We8torn lino during tho past throo or four weeks. Spcnking at tho hospital mooting last night Mr. Davidson oxprossod tho opinion that tho modo of balloting for tlio oleotion of com uiittno was unde...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

THE PRINTING HOUSE [ I OF THE WEST. ? At / Classes of General and Com- -H merelal Printing Executed on the Premises. '? Workmanship— The Best. Charges— The Lowest. TSM- 'Western Age/' |l Barton Street , Co bar.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

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

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

[?] He stepped into )our Store with ? determination to De better dressed. He had read our ada. ? they read true. He was tempted to come. He came, And stepped out a better dressed man——! See the satisfied look on his face. Note the faultlessly-groomed appearance I he had imparted to his clothes— look at ? I /v tbe fine style * / his dothes / 1 » Nhfp^$W|r are cut in— / 8 t ' ^P:lW pay Particu- / t I lap- '.*:[/ lar attention I i of the athletic, per- 1 Ij \ PSS-/ fectiy ? constructed \ J \ shoulders of the \ I Coat. « \ j Yet this is but a metaphor of what yg 'i hundreds of men are doing weekly. § 1 They realise th.it the initial outlay costs § ! just as much for the badly-fitting Suit 3 as for thu perfectly-fitting Suit ' i He directed hi3 steps to Economy, ' too, because, whilst he paid the same as 3 before, his new Suit wore twice as long. ^ jj That is. he saved halfl ^ ' Sir', m here to-djsy, Sirl * ? i Jen^kos Bros. T Hm Jfir** uihmrm Quality Counts,*' Patterns, S ^alCna'S' 1 V....

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 February 1915

M. A Padula, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Collar, Has always on hand the best seleoted stoek of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DISTRICT. Prices compared with the value of our goods, ore the lowest in Cobar. The only Qualified Resident Optician. Kwong On & Go. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, . CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Are prepared to entor into contracts for supplying Chinese for ring-barking and' scrub-outting, as well aa Ohinose servants ;r aud cooks for stations. LARGE STOCKS OP CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, and BOOTS and ? ' SHOES, carried. Cash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skim, &o. HIGHEST- PBIOBS GIVEN. Orders Promptly Attended to. jfili* ' MORRISON Bros'. line op Royal Mail G caches Leave the Booking Office, next the Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY. THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., for WILCANNIA, WHITE CUFFS, BROKEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels, an...

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