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The War. SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

The War. ? ? ? 1 Bydnby. Thursday. Tho London Cbroniolo's' corres pondent with the Bussians at Buk owina reports desperato fighting at Czornowiti;. Tho enemy with over whelming numbers attacked tho Bus sians from throo positions, and despite torriblo lossos two columns crossed the Seretli Rivor, and threaton tr\ out /\(T ( 1 1 o PrtQuinna' rnbrAnb T)ar. perate fighting oontinues. The Germans' claim that after nine days' fighting in tbo Mazurian Lakos district, tho Bussians wero thrown across tlio frontier with great Ioseos. Fifty thousand prisoners, 40 cannon, and GO machine guns woro captured. Tbe Germans also olaim that thoy oooupied Plook. Serious fighting oontinues along tbo whole western front. The British atid'Frenoh captured many trenches. Bread riots aro occurring in Bohe mia, whero women and childron ure begging the authorities to give them food.' ? '

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

SUMMARY. Two deaths from heat apoplexy occurred nt White Cliffs last week during the beat wave, Mrs-'JIinaban, 74, and ThomaB Goodwin, 65. The latter was employed on Nutberangie station. At the Bourlio Police Court on Monday, Mary ParsonB pleaded guilty lo using langunge in Darling St., and was fined £2 and 6s costs, or 14 days. She was allowed 1 month to pay. The police bad a stranger named Frederiok Hatcher, up for drunkenness, and using indecent lan guage. For tbe former be was fined 5s and for tbe latter the P.M. im posed a fine of £5, stating that he was deteimined to deal severly with cases of the kind. The penalty was one month if the fine wero not paid Hatcher was allowed 14 days to pay. A man dressed in naval uniform at Albury is alleged to have represented himself as Engineer Commander Coleman, of H.M.A.S. Sydney. He was taken in hand by the leading oitizens, made an honorary member of the leading clubs, entertained generously on all sides, and paid a call on the police ma...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Disgraceful Railway Accommodation. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

Disgraceful Railway Accom modation. At Wednesday night's meeting of the Cobar Counoil, a letter was road from tho UnderSeoretary for Finanoe and Trade, in referenoe to a provious resolution of tho Counoil in regard to tho discomforts Sydney passengers are caused through no lavatory oars being provided ou special excursion trains in tlio west; also urging that waterbags should be provided, in lieu of waterbottles, during tho summor months. On 19th Decembor the ex cursion train between Cobar and Nyngau was composed of four lava tory oarriagos, and on 17lli two lava tory oarriagos ; undor the circum stances tbo Council's complaint was not understood. Thore would bo strong objection to tho installation of waterbags on account of tlio liability to loakago and discomfort causod to passongnra. Aid. Francisco considered tbo Com missioner's reply vory unsatisfactory. The Chief Commissioner was sido stopping. It was admitted there wero lavatory cars on the oxcursion train which loft Cobar on ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Romance and Reality. BALANCED BY REXONA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

Romance and Raality. BALANCED BYREXONA. A boat ou rippling winter, a sum mer afternoou, a girl with sun-kissed cheeks — this is romance. Next day the sun-burned, blistered face and scarlet bauds are painful realities. This distress can be avoided by the application of soothing, oooling Rox ona to tho face and hands after a day's outing. First bathe the face ttuu ijuuuo uuu ttiuju iu bupiu wuuor, softly drying, then apply Rexona gently to tho skin. Next morning thoro will be no bad effeots from the exposure to the sun, no regrets after tbo happy day. Rexona in its dainty box should stand on tbe toilet table of all who indulge in out-door sports. Bexona is a reliable remedy for all eruptions and irritations of tho Skin, Eczema, Pimples, Sores, -Chilblains, Chapped Hands, Sciatica, Bad Logs, Stings of Insects, and all kinds of in flammation. Rexona is obtainable from all Chemists and Stores, in triangular pots at 3/6 for 6mall size or 3/- for largo pots holding nearly four times tho qu...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Cobar Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

Cobar Municipal Council, j The usual meeting of tho above Ooupcil was held on Wednesday even ing last. Present : — Aid Sutherland (Mayor), Leah, Duffy, Morrison, Davidson, and Francisco. CORRESPONDENCE. From tlio municipality of Quean tinvnn nflltind oo-oneration with refor onoo to an alteration of,alauso 4 of tbo now Local Govornmout Act. — It was decidod to support same, on tho motion of Aid. Leah and Morrison. From Postmaster-General's De partment, re employment of casual laborors. — Tho Mayor said Couuoil mado a mistake in this matter, as he was informed that any labor required in oonneotion with the extension of tbo telopliono and tolograph cables was obtainod locally, except work that required spooialists. It was deoidod to removo an align ment post near tho staudpipo, and tlio mattor of leaving a mark in liou of samo was loft iu tho hands of tho works oommittoo. REPORTS. Tlio Sanitary Inspector reported that thoro woro no casos of iufactious disoascs for tlio fortnight. On tl...

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

PRESb YTERIAN . Cobar, Sunday, Feb. 21, 1915. — U a.m., ' The Cry of tho Aged.' 8 p.m., Sunday Bchool. 7.30 p.m., Musical Service, Song and Story. All are welcomo. David MacGregor.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. I Cobar. — Maes at 7.30 a.m. and 17 A.m. Evening Devotions at 7.80 p.m. Wrightville. — Mass at 8 a.m.; Evening Devotions at 7.S0 p.m. Vory Rov. Dean Hughes, V.F. Rev. J. Box ton.

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

Advertise in ' Western Age ' and your business will flourish. Paper Bags — AT — Age Office. | ANTHONY J HORDERNS* |F0R EVERYTHING I Gathered in th« Fifty oapartmanta under one root ara the fruits tf rORC9T and FARM, MINI and Mill, all converted Into forma of uee and beauty by tha laber and genlua ef The world has' been aearohed for all that ministers to the phytloal and mental uplift of ooolety, and Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices assure axe.ll.ne. and aoen.my. Cauntry ouitom.ra ortferbic tJiraiigh tha po»t ara treated In tha aama way aa tlieae buying at tha eeuntara. Tha aama prloaa ara eharsed, laetlona ara ma da from tha aama atook*, and everything aant ta tha country la oarafully pasktd by ei parlanoad man. Write for Frloe ll.te af anything yau want, put fraa on request. Anthony Hordern & Sons Limited, ' Only Universal Providers, NEW PALACE EMPORIUM, BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY. Price of Chassis Cheap Cartage for Storekeepers, Tradesmen, Mail Contractors and the Man on t...

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THEY DID NOT HAPPEN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

THEY DID' N0T~ HAPPEN J '1 have li.id many troubles lu lift,' said thi(. d5'ing pes*imixi, 'but mom ui' tli.'.m u.d ik* happen.' ff 'Faith In our deatiny, and a cherful huujKr whatever may be tli' cust, -tliesei i|iiallt|rl,' says tlio Glasgow Herald, ' will curry f us through now and in the years to coine as they' carried our nnccstors thnnisli In tlie stormv days of old.' ' . Inquisitive 1 eople ure asking: 'What is I the Kaiser's quarrel with the . Bavarians'' He Is reported to have salil the' other day i 'My wish for the English Is thut'«ne day ' ! they will have to hght .th'e BuvaWana ' i ^unch.

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DR. DILLON'S WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

DR. DILLON'S WARNING; A warning comes from Dr. E. J. Dllluii in the Contemporary' Review. . 'if to-day we are barely able to hinder our f enemy from breaking through to 'Cujujs or ^ .Purls, how and whtn do we expect' to drive *' lum out 'of ttcigium, tollow Inm -over, the Rhine, und dictate terms of peace in the Wiiheimstrasse?' he asks* '1 still regretfully hold that the vuatnc«a of this tusk has not yet been realised by the nation or its rulers. I nor adequate measures uuopieo 10 uiscnurge It. Great Britain Js etlll far behind her i duties and her capability, not because her ; army accomplishes little— there Is* no such I body of heroes In liurope to-uay— but oecause so large a percentage of her sons Uo not bear arms at ad, and because the Uovern 1 ment proclaims that It is quite satisfied with I the situation. 'There are forcible reasons, why tlie Jupa- . { 1 nese should be Invited over to help us, and 4 a invited ut once. To my thinking, these rea- y sons are unanswerable. Of co...

Publication Title: Western Age
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WORKERS AT THE WAR. DISTILLERS DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

WORKERS AT THE WAR, DISTILLERS' DIFFICULTY. ' Messrs. Mackle and Co. Distillers. Limited, the well-known White Horse distillers, have had to ask the forbearance of their nume-' rous customers in the execution of orders owing to the large number of their staff who hnve Joined the regular forces In their large office the number of em ployees l^as dwindled down very consider overtaking the large business. To bring in untrained, men to do tho work casts moro responsibility on those who arc left, and makes the difficulty greater of keeping open tho places for. those away, as the men taken on would have to be discharged when the others returned. The dependents of all receiving an allowance, so that the same money comes into the home when tho bread winner Is away. We are told in the distilleries the men are nearly all old. having been with the firm from 10 to 55 years, but those ifit are loyally doing the work of others. One of the directors, in parting with other two men lately, said, 'Ta...

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THE VOICE OF TURKEY. SCORN OF THE ALLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

THE VOICE OF TURKEY. SCORN OP THE ALLIES. Taking a slap ut England and Russia is a popular pastime Just now with the Turkish papers, and two examples of the utterances of the leaders of Turkish opinion may not be amiss. In an urtlcle on 'England and the War' the Constantinople Tanlne says:— 'The words of English officials and Eng lish newspapers have made more noise during this war than all tho guns of England's Meet. What position will England tak» on land during the war? She Is bound by her pledge to the Triple Entente to aid Franeu by sea. 'So far she has sent a small force to help of the French army. She has shown vigor and obstinate persistency, but has suffered severely In her attempt to resist the persist ent advance of the Germans. Now she must call up her territorials. The bravery, endur ance, and persistence of her soldiers are ac knowledged. but more than that Is needed.. One officer is required to every hundred menfi and it takes years to provide competent offi cers. and...

Publication Title: Western Age
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THE "INTERNATIONAL MIND." NEED FOR TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

THE 'INTERNATIONAL MIND.' I NEED FOR TRAINING. President- Butler, of Columbia, has Issued n ?ilea to colleges to set before their pupils the Ideal of 'tho International mind.' This Ideal he Ilnd necessary to the hiu-monlous lirogre«s of the world 'In co-operatlm ana In peace.' His words ure taken -by ti.mo as a nloa for the end of the spirit of nationalism, though this deduction is elsewhere regarded us forced. In his annual report to the, trus tees, Dr. -Butler returns to 11 themn thnt he mis previously treated:— 'Tile great war which is dcvaBtn'Ing Eu- i inn..' huu tniiirht million* of men r:hn have iinver before given thought to th'j subject hosv. interderenent the various natlo-is of the larth really are. These International rela tions ure only In part diplomatic, political, and K'gnl: they are In far larger part ceo- | nomle, sodul, ethlcul, and intellectual. In seeking out the facts which Illustrate these inter-reln tiona and inter-dcpendencies, ana In Interpreting them, there...

Publication Title: Western Age
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AUSTRIAN WAR LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

AUSTRIAN WAR- IJWiENT. . ; \ Wc Austrians cannot .«tand the drizzle t Of Russian shrapnel at Praemysl! Tbe Russian hordes are in tbe track of Our tmblc men who /lee to Krakany A million Cossacks may debouch t At any moment, ait Olkusz!. . ' A million more reported arc . And yet another million have v Consumed all food at Yaroslaf! , Ah! ev'ry thing they cleared — as well aa The larders of Jaszarokszcellas! Then down they poured like molten lava, On rural, innocent Suczawa! And now they march with hungry screech, On harmless little Drohobycz! Curs'd be the foreign rascals, greasy, ' Who chased ub at Tustanowice! Steel motor cars — ten guns in each car — Are rolling on toward Wiellezkat ^ 'i How truly awful will it be ' S . If Cossacks mangle us at Stryjl No one tnuy eveh dare to guess of If 1 ne puirioib wno Leu at xizcbzow* nv Of Czech's, 'tls'aald, they've buried, a III Battalion at Cslkszereda! VH As at' the banquet of Belshazzar, ( U The finger writes at Njiregyhaza! \ g So, ere ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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DOOMED TO DEFEAT. NEW YORK PAPER'S VIEW. APPEAL TO LOCAL GERMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

DOOMED TO DEFEAT. NEW YORK PAPER'S VIEW. . , APPEAL TO LOCAL GERMANS. The New York Times has issued a most significant appeal lo Germans resident in America to help their countrymen to realise . the situation and to come to a better mind. j it' recognises that, however long. It. may be 7 continued, the war am only have one end, 41 for Germany Is already beaten, nnd cannoi retrieve her blunders. Moreover, the world cannot, nnd will not. let her win and domin ntr over other nations. Why, then, should this frightful waste of life go on? Germany lnrdoomed to sure defeat. Hnnkrupt in statesmanship, overmatched ( in prms.; under the moral condemnation Austria aud Turkey, two backwnrd-looklng 7 and decaying nations, desperately battling against the hosts of three Great Powers to which help and reinforcements from States now neutral will certainly come should the decision be long deferred, she pours out ? the blood of her heroic subjects, and wastes her diminishing substance in a hopeless s...

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FREAKS OF BULLETS. WONDERFUL ESCAPES FROM DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

' FREAKS OF BULLETS. WONDERFUL ESCAPES FBOM DEATfi. A sapper In tho Royal Engineers tells lh« story of an extraordinary encupe which of his comrades experienced. A bullet too» his can oft and ciit a groove through his hulr. without Injuring tho scalp, in auch u manner that It looked ns though he hnd carefully parted his hair down the centre. This Is but another Illustration of the tricks thnt bullets piny «t tlmc8. It Is doubt ful however, If any Boldlcr In the present campaign has had such marvellous escapes us yeutcnnnt A. C. Johnston, the HonW County cricketer, who relates hou . shortly before hi; was slightly wounded, a shell hit the wall nix inches aoove ma -????- Mimtlv nfterwards a bullet hit the hair ;i* vn rd In front of him. bounded up. and hit liini on I lit' body, brul^ns Iho ribs.' Then a bullet lilt hiin over the heait. but was spent lu-fuie reaching him. and when in the hospital he picked it out ot his left-hand breast-pocket and sent it home to his wlfo. A charmed li...

Publication Title: Western Age
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GERMANY'S EXHAUSTION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

GERMANY'S EXHAUSTION. Mr. G. M. Trevelyan thinks that Germany's exhaustion 'must take tho form of exhaus tion of wealth, bf men, or of war material. In wealth we can tertalnly outlast Germany In the end, but Germany's wealth ('An last ns long as Germany's men, und if the war is protracted .until the exhaustion of wealth and men, defeats Germany It can only bo at a price 'of., the 'destruction of young men which will leave permanently evil crrectn im. nn the European race and on the character of civilisation. That will be better than the domniatlon of tho free countries of Western Europe by German military despotism, but It will be a heavy price. 'There- is only one thing that can prevent the prolongation of the war until tho final ex- ' haustiori'of Germany's wealth and Ger many's -jneri,' writes Mr. Trevelyan In the .Chronicle.'' 'That is , tho earlier exhaustion of Oermnay's war ipaterlaj. .Throigli the action of the dominant British Fleet we are trying to cut oft the supplies of ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HONORING ENGLISH DEAD. TRIBUTE FROM FRENCH SOLDIERS. ALL SAINTS' DAY IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

, HONORING ENGLISH DEAD. TRIBUTE FROM FRENCH SOLDIERS. ALL SAINTS' DAY IN FRANCE. The Figaro (Paris) publishes the foilowlne letter from u Krcnch soldier, who writes from a point, ut 500 metres (roin the Germans-— often nearer;— 'November « 'Yesterday the commandant o£ our com pany addressed ua at the muster. He said: 'It is- not your chief, but your comrade, who , calls you together. Just above our trenches are the graves of four English soldiers, kllle'd ? here last month. .You will not, on ^11, Suiats' Day. allow tlieJr graves, which ore well known to you, to appear neglected? Find take them together to those who have died to ? defend our soli.' ' ? The men broke up in silence and searched the woods. In an hour they' had made some really beautiful wreaths of ivy and holly. In a garden which hud escaped the ravages of . the Germans some chrysanthemums had been. . found. The graves around which yesterday shells hurtled and which were then marked., only by two crosses became four or...

Publication Title: Western Age
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War and the Woman. CHAPTER IV.-(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

War and the Wjman. [?] CHAPTER IV. — (Continued). They went dowh St. James's Street and turned into Pall Mall. Here their taxi was; held up by a howling mob, indulg ing in the ancient and amusing pastime of breaking the windows of the clubs. Did a politician as much as show a nose at a window-pane and a shower of atones re warded long years of salaried labour or unfeed eloquence. Was he not one of those who pocketed the profits the bakers were making? — and if he did not, was he not. at any rate, 'capital in a black coat'; and where would you have a bet ter target f The hulking youths, who rat fled their money-boxes offensively in every face, cared much about beer and. little about bread, but that little had become rather a grim reality these later days. They saw men, and women, tob, dying down ' East of absolute starvation — the i ghosts of the '-'might, be' stood at their elbow and whispered ' ' Better ,the jewel- 1 lers' shops 'than the mortuaries.' And to Bond Street they went, ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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COURT IMMORALITIES. THE KAISER'S PALS. DEPRAVITIES OF BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

COURT IMMORALITIES. THE KAISER'S PALS. DEPRAVITIES OF BERLIN. General von Moltke, Chlcr of the Gerniun General Staff, is ahown by ttic Frcnch Yel low-book, with which to-day the world 1b fa miliar. to have Jjeen one of the principal fo mentora of the war. He Is a nephew of tho sreat strategist who enabled the Teuton legion* to humiliate our Ally in the 'Ter- rible Year.' The i-r«».vent Chief of Staff — at least no minally — It was who, being present at the now-recorded interview of tho King of the UelffianH with the German Emperor, had the audacity to say to King Albert: 'This time we niUMt settle the business once and for all, and your Majesty can nave no Idea of tho irresistible enthusiasm which on that day will Huvep over the wnole Gennnn |»eo l-k\' Those frankly spoken words date from 1913, and amply prove the Kaiser to be, in a nhrane of Tennyson, a 'giant liar.' for WIN flam II. has always vowed that he had not prepared for but was driven Into making war. TARNISHIN'G A GREAT N...

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