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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

SUMMARY. New railway time-table in force. Rev. Father Sexton is at present in Sydney on a holiday. Nyngau recorded a tomperature of 116 degrees on Wodnesday. The most doadiy ontertainment ever given in any tboatro is that in tbe theatre of war. The. Great Cobar North Company Limited have resumed unwatering operations at the mine. Mrs. J. Li. Trelle, widow of the late I Minister for Lands, is ab present ill I in the Lewishara Hospital. January returns, compared with those of the samo month in 1914, show an increased gold yield in the State valued at £54-18. The municipal byo-clection proved a walk over, Mr. M. A. Padula be ing elected to fill the vacancy in the Cobar Council unopposod. Tbe 51st half-yearly general meet ing of shareholders iu the Occidental Gold Mining Company will bo hold at noon on Saturday nexb. Messrs. M. Links, of Nyngan, and P. Links, of Cowra, who went on a trip to Germany prior to the out break of wa r, aro returning home. A broad daylight robbery ooourred at ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHITE AUSTRALIA. INDIA AND DOMINIONS. MR. RICHARD JEBB'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

WHITE AUSTRALIA. INDIA. AND DOMINIONS. MR. RICHARD JEBB'S VIEWS. The following significant letter from Mr. Richard Jebb appears in the Morning Post. Your 'Sydney correspondent reports tnai the Secretary of State for the Colonies has sent to various Australian Governments a communication relating to the entrance or Indians in the British Dominions.' Its tenor Is, apparently, that 'the support offered uy the princes and peoples of the Indian Lmplre shows tho strong war feeling In India, and indicates that the embargo against the Immi gration of Ihdlan natives to Canada and Aus tralia should be removed.' Allusion Is also made to a recent statement by Lord Har Olnge In the Indian Legislative Council to the efTcct that if negotiations were openeu with tho Dominion Governments no doubt their Imperial Instinct would meet India half way. . There Is some obscurity as to the form of tho 'communication.' If was official, why was it sent to 'various Australian Govern ments,' seeing that the Com...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest War News. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

Latest War News. Sydney, Saturday. The British Admiralty in a mem orandum on mine sweeping operations to the end of December, shows a wonderful record of pluck. The Ger mans laid an extensive mino field on our Scarborough coast, and in one case three mine sweepers wore blown ti r, ;,i to,. 1...1 ? -i. ? tinued. The Italian Chamber of Deputies has re-opened. Thousands of Ita lians made a demonstration in favor of Italy joining the war. Tho orowd tried to attaok the Austrian Embassy in Homo, but tho troops dispersed tbem, An engineer of tho Derrflingor, whioh was badly damaged in the re cent North Sea battle, Btated that the water invaded the eDgine room, the engineers working up to their knees in water, when a shell pierced the hull and killed many. Tbe Austrians olaim to have occu pied Czernowitz, whore acoording to a correspondent of the ' Chronicle' tbe Russians had beaton off tbe en emy and tho district was froe. The latest announcement from Berlin states that tho Germans have bu...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRAVE BOY OF 15. TOOK TWO PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

BRAVE BOY OF 15. TOOK TWO PRISONERS. A .fifteen-year-old hero named Clotln Ib now .serving with the 92nd French Infantry ? Regiment (says a Paris message dated De cember 17). For his bravery he has been promised early promotion, and has been men tioned In Army Orders and waa thanked by his colonel in the presence of the regiment assembled on parade. Here Is the official reference to Clotln's gallantry In face of the enemy:-~ ? 'Having arrived by stealth amongst a re inforcing .detachment, Clotln, aged 15, in eplte of bis tender years, was Incorporated in the regiment. A month later he was wounded by .a bul|et In the shoulder. In the fights of November -.14 and 16 he took two of the enemy prisoners. t He has shown the greatest energy and - the ' greatest courage in the several, engagements In which he has taken - ?r ? part' v c ' Private H. Barter, of the Grenadier Guards, ' who. has.been wounded, \ is tho tallest man n the British army, standing about 6ft. 91n. ? 5 dockings. *? .'Pr...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Post Office Boxes at Cobar. BLEEDING THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

Post Office Boxes at Cobar. BLEEDING THE PUBLIC. For tho past threo or four years the Postal authorities have at differ ent times eudoavourod to incfonso the annual fee payable for the use of pri vato letter hoxos a't tbe Collar Post Oflico. Some yours ngo tlio present hoxos wore installed, and tlio annual rental for same has lieon 10h. How over, some doparlmontnl regulation was auorwarclB Iramou, mill llio au- i thorilies found Hint tho propor rontnl payable for the sizo of boxes at llio looal Post Oflico was £2 2s por an num. Last year tlio box boldors wero circularised and askod if thev wore proparod to pay £2 2s oaoli for tho prosont boxes, or aocopt n smallor box at a roducod feo. Tlio boxhold ors wore then so unanimous in turn ing both proposals down tlint tlio de partment decidod to loavo tho matter alono, and no alteration was uiado. Tho postal people, however, when tho annual rontal for boxes was duo last month, discovored another regulation, and asked for a deposit cf 5s o...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FERRYMAN'S HOUSE. SCENE OF FEROCIOUS FIGHT. BRILLIANT OLD STYLE ATTACK. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

FERRYMAN'S HOUSE. SCENE OF FEROCIOUS FIGHT. BRILLIANT OLD STYLE ATTAOR. There were stirring times about the. waters i J?!. ep P*ver anfJ tho Yaer Canal in the dark hours of yesterday morning, writes Basil Clarke In the London Dally Mull on Decern i ?*r w Germans und Allies alike seem to have nit by some strange chance on that morning for strenuous work, and attacks und coun ter-attacks criss-crossed from line to line, borne of them were within hearing distance of one another. One of the most bloodthirsty fights took place in tho battered littlo town of Pervyse, the scene of many lights. Behind It are the uooas, xne uermans had not scorned to take a lesson from the Allies, and especially the English, who not lout? ago used rafts with advantage for rooting out the Germans from positions surrounded bv water. The Ger mans, too, built rafts. They hish»J together great logs and baulks of timber, covered the frames with lighter timbers. and buoyed up the whole structure with empty -petrol ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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The Canbelego Conflagration [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

The Canbelego Conflagration Somo further particulars aro to hand regarding the conflagration which gutted an entire block of buildings in the main street of Canbelego on the 17th instant. It appears the tire started in the oentre of the hlook, in a building where a soft drinks busi ness was carried on by Mrs. Pascoo. and Bpread north and south with |ightning-liko rapidity till it spent itself, owing to there being a vacant blook at one end and tbe width of the street at tbe other. Some eleven business places were absolutely destroyod. Mrs. Pascoe lost every thing, while Mr. Sedgman (draper) Mr. MoCarron(of the Federal Hotel), Mr. Heaps (of the Royal), Mrs. Mona ghan (stationer), and Mrs. Grogan (refreshment room proprietress), were also heavy losers. The total damage, including buildings and stock, cannot be far short of £10,000, whilst the total inBuranco amounts to under £3,000. With regard to tho causo of the fire, nothing is as yet definitely known.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

Speaking at Warren, the Premier / (Mr, Holman) launohod a bitter ' attaok .against tho Farmers and Settler's Association iu their aotiou iu contesting the Caatloreagh, * * :K Yes, M'Grath and Powderlya' Sale is on. We want to sell. We're going to sell. Our prices will do that.* * * * When-our Sale flag Is flying, the prioeB aro low. — M'Grath and Pow derly, Moroery Spooialists.* * * * The catoh of the season — M'Grath and Powderly's Sale; When we say Sale, wo mean Sale.* * * * Values at A. B. Campbell's store make buying elsewhere expensive* Just landed, nearly 600 yds. Lino leum and Floor Cloth, dlreob from Glasgow (Sootland), eaoh one a new season pattern. H. DOGGER, Linsley Street.*

Publication Title: Western Age
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On The Sydney. AUSTRALIAN'S GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

On The Sydney. AUSTRALIAN'S GRIT. Tom Gascoigno, a Rydo boy, who was on the Sydney when she account ed for the Emden, writes to his auut Mrs. Gascoigno, of Farramatta, a very characteristic letter: — I got your let ter to-day and you can bet I was glad to hear from you. I will be back in A astralia shortly, to sever my conuoc tion with the navy for evor. l novor got what you would call dangerously wounded, but there wero many. Starting from my bead I will try aud count them. First of all, there iB ono eye missing. I oan't think whsre it ceuld have got to. Then a bit of iron in my shoulder and in my arm, one bole through my right hand, three bits of iron in my hip, one inmygroin. four in my thigh, and a lump above my ankle. It sounds a lot, but they aro nearly all healed now, and I can walk about and go for motor rides. . . There, were only five of us in the after firo contaol, but wo all got knocked out ? I'll never forget the yell that wont up when she (the Emden) ran ashore. It ma...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

THE PRINTING HOUSE - OP THE WEST. All Classes of General and Com mercial Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship— The Best. Charges— The Lowest. T3M ' Western Age/9 Barton Street, Cobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

, 'X'\ He stepped into ^ Drm X \ our Store ^ ' \ * determination to toe ~ ' £ \ better dressed. He had read onr .' /^2jp l \ ads.— — they read true. He was ? i tempted to come. He came, I s'ePPe-® ou* I iiPfiHi / a better dressed. ' / 111311 ? ! IHscSlllC? See the satisfied look on his lace. I Note the faultlessly-groomed appearance I NCint- V* ?« he had imparted to his clothes— look at .j | /*J fine style **-v ' / lar attention ( c. ? ~*i\ I J520 of the athletic, per- 1 ? aUerns, gj V. ulr iectiy^- constnicted \ Materials, S Yet this is but a metaphor of what hundreds of men are doing weekly. They realise that the initial outlay costs \ ! just as muoh for the badly-fitting Suit \ I ' I as for the pcrfectly-fitting Suit. \ ! He directed his steps to Economy, \ ! too, because, whilst he paid the same as before, his new Suit wore twice as long. tpSsl \ That is he saved half I ' ^ \ Step in here to-day, Sir I tC\1 I I ' n ? -= ? iHBn \ I Jennings Bros, xh \ I ; ? 'T Hm Jfore mhmrm Qual...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

M. A Padula, THE OLDEST EBTABLI8HED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand the beat selected atook 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 & Co. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, An prepared to enter Into oontraoto for ?applying Chinese for ring-baridng and jcrub-cuttingi as well as Chinese servants tnd oooks for Btations* LARGE STOCKS OF CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, and B00T8 and SHOES, carried. Cash buyers, of Rabbit and Fox Sklas, & c. HIGHEST PRICES OIVBN. 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 WILCANNIA, WHITE CLIFFS, BROKEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels, and Luggage i must b...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

Mail Time Table. Timo of departure from Cobar Post Oflioe — Por 8jrdoflj, 7.80 a.m. (and when boating late fee 7.45 a.m.), Tuesdays, Thursday* and Saturdays. WrighUiUo, 6.30 .p.m. Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Louth. Friday, 0 p.m. Badon Park, Friday, G p.m. Qilgtmnia, Friday, 6 p.m. Mt, Drysdale, Tuesdays and Fridays, G and 6.15 p.m. Nymageo and 8hutllotout Thursdays, 5.S0 p.m. Vjo«iW Elouora, Tuesdays and Saturdays, 10 and 10.15 a.m. Wilcanuia, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat* nrdays, 5.30 p.m. Illowong, Monday. Wednesday and Fri day. 6.30 p.m. Timo of arrival ftfc Poafc Offico, Cobar. From Sydney, clo.t Monday, Wodnosday and Friday, 6 p.m. From Wrlghtvillo, Tuesday, Thursdny and Saturday, 7 a.m. From Louth, Thursday. G a.m. From Baden Park, Wednesday, 6 a.m, From Oilgunnia. midnight Tuesday. From Mt. Dry.-d«lo, Monday a«d Thurt day, 5.45 p.m. From Nymageo nnd Shuttloton, ^Vefl nosday, G a.m. From Hloucra, Tuesday and Saturday, 7 a.m. From Wilcannia, Monday, Thursday and Saturday, 6 ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Public Opinion. To the Editor WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

Public Opinion. To tbo Editor Westkkn Age. Sir, — Perhaps a fow lines would not be out of place at this time to bring before tho people of Cobar and district tbo claims of the Cobar Rifle Club as a means whereby we may help the Empire at . a time of national stress The rifle club move* ? i i..n ~ i ? ,i i... i ? ? ? .i iiiaiiu una (juuo uiiuuu ity tonyo aim bounds in other parts of the State, and the members here would like to seo.tho same enthusiasm extend to these parts. Rifle Club Reserves were instituted to provide aa large a numbor of men as poeaible trained in the art of rifle shooting for tho purposes of home dofonce, but whose servioes are entirely voluntary. The present system of oompulsory (rnmina nlf.l.Annl, n A, v,, Vol, 1,1 in m««.. '.'bt ? ? ? ™ '?'nuj respeots, does not for some reason soem to give the attention to the training of recruits iu rifle shooting that should be given. Tho local club has dono its best to oncourago tbo praotice of rillo shooting among tho mil...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Shooting at the Reservoir. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

Shooting at the Reservoir. Since the Cobar town reservoir was filled a couple of montliB ago, a large number of wild duoks have con gregated thore, and local sportsmen have had a fair time amongst thom. Shooting parties were not oonfinod to any particular seotion or class of tho community ; anyuouy wuu » pieoe was at liberty to try his luok at the resorvoir. But alas, the good times of tho duok-sbootor, as far as this particular spot is conoerned, at any rate, havo oome to an abrupt ond. The fiat liaa gono fortli that thore shall bo no more shooting there, the Council in its wisdom having so de cided. Tlio matfor was brought up at llio ordinary mooting on Wodnes day overling, and this is what oo Aldornian Morrison said ho had that afternoon boon out at tho resor voir, and ho saw threo difforont per sons shooting- Ho was not closo enough to bo ablo to idontify them. Ho thought all shooting had been stopped at the rosorvoir. . Alderman Dully movod, and Alder man Francisco socondod, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

If P you want the best returns for j ¥V@@9U PROOUCEfiHDSTOCK. TRY I HARRISON, J0NE58 DEVLIN P I SVDNEY WE ARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY. | § 1 8 '' 'WJi- '- ? ? ,-«ma—an mumMBW — — — n— — — i Murdoch's 'Everrite' Blue Serge— 'Wears like a True Friend.' Unfadable — under even the hottest trop~ fjjf I ical sun! We guarantee to supply a Jt&sL new Suit for the one that fades. n\ JjS^TY The Suit for the young man /| j| /&*, of style is fir y jm The 'Manly 'an QQ//?W| tjf fc ' Everrite ' Serge TOrnrnll Ready to wear, in perfect fit for every It \Va ?£ figure— coat cut with long lapel, 2 or 3 J \ \\ I buttons, vent at back. Vest and trousers \f?^\ ot latest cut. Send chest, waist, and in - AL side leg measurements. 2^r' ' Everrite ' Serge Suits for Boys. The'Rugbu' 2916 O Coats with 2 or 3 f buttons lapels — vent in back. Smartly cut vest I and knickers with band at knee. Sizes 9 to 13, fit boys 11 lo 15 years. The 'Cotswold,' 26/- |L Coat 4 patch poc- j|rop kets and belt at *yr...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

Buy better stores for less money at A. B. Campbell's.* W e still have a fair number of rea * good seoond-hand bioyoles most ly fitted with' new tyres and fittings, at from £4 10s to £7.— H, DOGGER, Llnsley-Btreet.S You oau make the best purohasei in ohildren's footwear and hosiery at A. B. Campbell's* We have the men, also tbe material, to enable us to do good work on cyoles or oars — H. Dogger, Lina ley-street. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

Jules B. Galland, Late of Forbes, U] AS taken ovor tlio WINE and ?LL COOL DRINKS SHOP, Pad ulft's Terrnoo, Afnrslmll-strcot, lately conducted by Mr. G. Budd. Cool Drinke and Winee of the Beet Quality only eerved. I solicit one trial, and nin euro you will then come again. 'Western Age' office for Confectionery and Fruit Bags at Bedrock prices. Blotches On Face - 1 rAUSED BY B,LIOU8 CONDITION . ? SSSKS-^iJ their coiujj These are Invari p'?/dnud6 W poor condition ot the ^1 win,l caused by a disordered llrer t A ™ oertoTmius to functions, and a «medy that will sot the liver right M )g consetjuently the only thing to -.'.'Si free ono from these disfiguring and j « oalnful eruptions. An oxcellent In ?ja iV. stance of the efllcacy of 0r. Morse » « H ? I 1 do me a Kroa1 nmount of good. r\^ ?'fia vioimly I was always sulTcrlnK frofTP*-^^^ Mr' Bilious Attacks, In addition to this 'irra- I Imil red patchcs on my faco and KM waa languid and tired overy day. ftSj Having taken doctor's medicines...

Publication Title: Western Age
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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

8AIA' AVION ARMY. i Friday.-1- Holiiiecs Meeting 8 p.m. Bunday.— HolinctsJMeetiDg 11 a.m'. Sal vation Meeting 7.30 p.m. Captain Drylio. Lieut, Dudley.

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