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LATEST FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

LATEST FASHION. ('ollurs, licit!*, Hud all dress accessories arc daintier . ill texture aud finish than over. Collars, particularly, are seoa in all sorts of thin flimsy materials, embellished with tbe finest of 'line embroideries. The pinafore st.tle is worn iu many charming combinations of figured and plain material. Tho smart frock in our illustration is arranged in two lloiuiccH over a fouudation of plain ^material.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNCOMFORTABLE HERO. WHERE THE WOUNDS CAME FROM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

UNCOMFORTABLE HERO. WHERE THE WOUNDS CAME FROM. i.. « c{° WttB u audden silence In the crowded little Montmartro restaurant when he opened the door and walked In. Le Clou is a little Bohemian restaurant In » the Avenue Truualne. It is a place fanci fully and artistically decorated to look spuri ously ramshackle. The rood is good and none too dear. Tho customers aro men and women of Bohemian airs. Le Clou is oho of the few places where one can dine nowadays without wanting to go out und scream be tween the courses. It has an atmosphere of '.?heerfulness which is lacking elsewhere »n Paris, for Montmartre, whatever happens, i» rarely bored, and the top of the Avenue Tru daine is at the very pulse of Montmartre. The man In khaki stepped into the res taurant and looked rounJ him. His cap perched quaintly above a complicated ban dage which crossed over his head and ran under his chin, leaving only the cars free. His right hand was Latidaged too. and n*.* carried it in a sling. He walked ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAPINE AND TORTURE. BELGIAN PROFESSOR'S STORY. SICK WOMAN OUTRAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

RAPINE AND TORTURE. BELGIAN PROFESSOR'S STORY. SICK WOMAN OUTRAGED. The British Medical Jourm.l prints a report of the first meeting of the Edinburgh Ob stetrical Society ou December *9. The president in a brief speech introduced Professor Jacobs, of Brussels, who gave a thrilling and appalling account of the state of Belgium, and more particularly of the sufferings of the medical profession there. He potmen out mat me ucigian meuicai men are sharing to the full In the general distress. A strong sense of duty Is alone keeping many of them In districts which have been abso lutely devastated by the Germans, apd be fore these men there stand many months during which* they know that they will have to suffer, whilst giving ail their services to their country. Professor Jacobs mentioned numerous instances* of suffering which he personally knew about. .Many doctors, for example, hud to work a^ navvies in order to gain a few coppers !for a livelihood. Others had to sell such few- and meagro...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. CHURCHILL, 40. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

MR. CHURCHILL, 40. 'A word of congratulation to the First Lord of ;hc Admiralty Is in season,' says tho Daily Chronicle, 'for he has celebrated hla fortletn birthday after one ot tho most remarkable careers ever accomplished within the span of forty years* 'Ihe modern tendency among statesm as among generals, Is all In the direction of deferring high office to oia age; ana Air. Churchill's brilliant youth stands out In the stronger relief. 'For a parallel to a man of forty ranking so high among long-established Cabinet .Ministers one has to go behind , oven Mr. Gladstonefand right back to the younger Pitt, a still more precocious success on tho Trea sury Bench; to the genius and temperament of whose great father, the first Lord Chat ham, Mr. Churchill exhibits so many notable likenesses.'

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

BELGIAN POET'S visiON. M. Km 11 Verhacron, the famous Belgian poet, has paid a visit to .Manchester, nnd has written for the Slanchester Guardian an ac count of his impressions, thus translated:— 'I left Leeds In fog; I arrived In Man chester In fog. I saw through the railway carriage window chimneys, mills, stacks of merchandise, coal trucks— white and black smoke mingling about them all,' hiding the sun. I felt I was at home in Belgium, be Mnne nnd Chnrlcroi. It Is the same tremendous and mysterious landscape. 'Now and then there Is a gap of light, the dense mist Is driven apart and one sees a church tower in the distance or a road 111 a | village or town. Man, whoso power science has multiplied tenfold, the creator of these artlllclal scenes, has tilled them with meaning anil Intensity by the full force of his own power and genius. A whole century was needed to, transform nature thus completely and to produce a kind of beauty of which the past knew nothing. Dante alone had a slli...

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

CANDID. The German Socialist paper Vorwurts aaya that 'the English .Exchequer does' not cure tor the feelings of tho richer ueijp.e who object to . the doubling of the ffleume tux. .t would be a good thing tor us If part of the money required were raised by direct tu\u I lion, especially by taxation of war proiits.' The 'Unshrinkables,' as the members of the United Arts Force have been dubbed, by reason of their white sweaters, hud an interesting experience when ihey marched uut to Hendon recently und Joined the flying men in an exciting game vf 'I spy!' The artists had Instructions to get across country to Harrow without being seen by the avia tors, but the latter, proved- one too many for -them. The suggestion' that a famous actor, mistaking the hum of tbe engine for applause gave tho show away by standing up to take his. 'call' at an inopportune moment is not generally - credited.' v ; 'Where are you going?' Inquired Mrs. junl«'-- . ??-» seat In the rihecii) the .'cm in in iili o...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILL IT PREVENT BOMBS? [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 February 1915

WILL IT PREVENT BOMBS? ? 'President Wilson has communicated offi cially to the diplomatic representatives of the United States iu the belligerent countries in Europe his disapproval of attacks by bombs dropped from aircraft on unfortified cities occupied by non-combatants,' says Ueuter. .'It is understood here that Mr. Wilson has uiscurtbcu uio auojeui oi wermi uumos at a secret conference with representatives of tho belligerents. Tho President has carefully ? avoticd any specific references, and all the diplomatic representatives have been ap proached on an equal basis. - . 'It is understood that the Powers con cerned will take cognisance of the' protest.'

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

Wedding Bells. On Tuesday, 16th instant, at St. Phillips Church, Canbelego, a very pretty wedding was solemnized by the Rev. Father Behan, the contract- ing parties being Charles Thos., only son of Mr. T. M'Dermott, of Canbel- ego, and Kathleen, seoond eldest daughter of Mr. M. Campbell, also of Canbelego. The church was packed with friends of the young couple. Mr. W. Grogan acted as best man, and Miss Irene M'Dermott as brides- maid, whilst the bride was given away by her father. Tbe bridal robe consisted of white silk, trimmed with pearls and guipure, with veil and   wreath of orange blossoms. She wore a gold bracelet, the gift of the bride- groom. The bridesmaid was attired in a becoming dress of white voile, trimmed with satin and guipure, with tulle cap to match. She carried a boquet and wore a gold brooch, also the gift of the bridegroom. After the ceremony the company adjourned to the residence of the parents of the bridegroom, where light refreshments were servo...

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 — 24 February 1915

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. Th«c Notei»re iaBUecl orttj ytttk, nndu thej«non»l aupervinion of the Hon. W. 0. A»hford, Minliter for Agrioolture, NiTw^ and »re baaed mainly on the experience of the Department. No. 199. AGRICULTURAL NORTH OOABT MAIZE. Effect of Marketing too Early. Anticipating the complaints that arc heard practically every year about the condition of the maize that is for warded from tho North Coast in the early part of the season, tho Inspector of Agriculture for that district had forwarded a report that draws atten tion to the soriousness of the matter and the loss that growers suffer in con sequence of haphazard methods and the desire to tsko advantage of the high prices that generally rule just at that time. Pulling Immature Cobs. L'nder the improssion that all trouble is at an ond so noon as tho grain is »tackod on the steamer bound for Syd ney, many North Coast farmers pull the maize before it is maturo, and huok, thresh ami market...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAN IN THE BLUE CORSETS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

MAN IN' THE BLUE' COR8ET&. The other day (aays a London con««pom dent) I saw a. ton 'wkh a muff, «nd aflnri .on Saturday a more eocantric pemxiage id -the matter of clothes attracted atitentjoo, 'TJiit waa a well-groomed man faultteajy sal up, »*» cm hm arms wort gold bcace. I Ms, In We earn diamond earring and rodnd his waiat-Bt-iys. The latter we« \nn\y risailc w«th In- overcoat unbut toned being worn: over Mw vmt. The ow ?: reUhad a blue filagree work edging «d She -wtarer wiilked abo.rt m^arently .tm

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WANTED HIS HAIR CUT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

WANTED HIS HAIR CUT. When the noted reriralMrt came to t«WB Hn. Simpson was determinod tlvit Cieorgt ?hould hear him. She -went early and George went with her. TJiep «at in a front seat, when ohe impanioned uttrr ancM or th« exhorter «houU fall at first band on tbe dulled ears of George. AKs 1 before the service* fairly cconmerrced George was fast aale«p. Luckily, Mrs. . Simpson, her nye glued upon Ibe apoaker, ,; did not notic« Ocorge'a dofoction. Pr«. ?entlv the revivalist began to call for tie - tavea. A nmn came down tihe aisle to t'he ; front leaf. 'Welcome!' abouted the rrriTali*t. ' Wh« it next ?' Mrs. Sirapnon looked at Qeorf*. Horrors 1 ht htm fuat asleep. 'Who is next ?' shouted tht invba. ' * Mrs. BimpRon fAiook Cieorgt. Hi fteWy opened Us eyw. -? ' Neit I' screamed the good mas. ' Am I i«t!' muttered George. ?' ' Y*», ye«,' whiepered the exultant irit. 'Next !' .shouted the revtn^ii*t. . 'Th«n Bmmti a biip-cut,' mutttral Oeor(-, ana lapsed back into unoonntou*

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BONES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

BONBS. Anybody's bone* are pretty oiurh lilca erer-^)vdy'« bone*, having hern u«ed Mr long ages in he construction of arm. lift*. «nd other useful nrtlHe-. KWi are known by the bonMi which -t'ck in your throat if tou are not careful, and The butcher* im tones chiefly for ireighinit meat. The more bone they can weigh you in at lid. a it), ♦bd more nrofit thtrv make. Bone is largely eomponed of phosphate of lime, carbonate of lime, fluoride of cal cium, phosphate of niafrntmiuni. soda, and the wit you have in' the cruet itand. Bulk for bulk, it i- twice an utrong a» oak. and almost three tlmr-i as Ktrong ai lead. A eubic incn of bone wiil euppon a weight of 50001b., lint it won't fcwi your dog one minute. Most people know what the rag-and-bone man doe- with bis ragr. but it in a puzzle to many (says ' Oawell's Sattirdav Joui nal'), -wily he coHecU bones, which are not only nutritioUA for dogs, but excellent for soup. To mention a secret, age does not wither nor custom stale the infini...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEN THE JAP CANNOT PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

f WHEN THK .1.1 1' OAX-XOT PAT. ! In hii new work on 'Old and New, Japan.' Mr. Clire Holland tdk -ia that, in that myvteriow and UraMd isle, a' aorious duty of the Honourable I«dr of Die Hoiue l» arranging for the payment of all bilk before the end of the year : i 'Bvery one, indeed, in expected to clear up his boobs or pay V-« debta by the lot! day of fhe old year, .H u to start thef new year airmail. '* And «» \-nWer»»l is thit cu«tom, ind. «o disgraceful i« debt esteemed, that if i mah San not or cannot raise miflicient money to -pay his creditors by the usual Bay, it in by no mean« an uncommon thing ' tor him to sell off wiffinent or cven_ all lit* property at an * alarming McrinVV to emfcble 'him to do eo. ' The only jother hououra.bli- uaj out r« hi* difficulties i« for him to commit micids.' The worid ii evidently too ' difficult' for lim.' The be«t time, therefore, for the Euro-, pean to ri»it Japan, if one of his main, «*iject« be to jollort curio* at a chran j-rlce, is at ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

Serious Chances Are 'taken in negteoting a simple oa8O of Piles. Any parson takes serious ohanoes in negleotlngan attaok of Piles. This ailment has a tendency to beoome ohronio, and there is also danger of uloeration and forming of Vistula, both very diffioult to oure. The safest remedy for any form of Piles, whether Itobing or Protruding, is Doan's Ointment. It causes no detention from daily occupation, and tbe many cures made by it have made it famone in every oornor of the world. It enjoyB a greater de mand, and more onthuBiastio .popu larity than any other Pile remedy ever placed on tbe market. ? Mrs. M. O'Connor, 14th Street, Oobar East, says: — ' For some time my husband was' a great snfferer from ItohiDg Piles, and only people who have been affiloted in tbis way have any idea what he went through. The irritation was at all times very bad, bub ab night was almost unbear able.' Having .heard good reports of Doan's Ointment, he got somo in tho hope that it might give him relief....

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEPTEMBER IN KASHGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

' SEPTUMBER IN' KASHGAR. My door in Ka.«ligar faced the cardan, and eauh morning 1 stepped out in alip: prrs and pyjnmea to pick my own jmpo, and jvaciica, to «wt with t.he morning cup) of tro. Afo'.Tu-sinbi a oiffaretu* smoked tmd*r U)«* tree* Ruined a now and subtle aroma, trf which ircm added the pemwntinR «cent ofl floivw and fruit, and the murmur of tM litHf i-anali thai ran hither and tWt.n«i about l*K f(«*t orf the. trees. r-trl$' morning in tfic monbn of oept^^ni l-er » perfect in Ka^fjar. cool, ye* wmttj enough for fliiwy attire, britfit and mmny. ,vt»t everywhere t¥m-t ninrvoEnu* niunmel^ prnrphnny of (green and cold that U tho joy and miration of iirrd human evc». ThiTe birdK twittiT hiwily. brn hum like distant* thunder, vhc dncko in a pond quark Uniy and ulrci.ily : and a -ih of. Phe eye bnn-B» into r!w fJie mIkt *lrip H river ot it* Imivl of - allow Imp-fringed ?and.— From 'Th'' \fnn-hea of Hindustan,'; fcy David Fr*«er. l 1 1 wg.^a^^ ? ? ?

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

Gtcascpfoof Paper for sale in any quan- 'j tity at 7s 6d per tm. i at 'Age' Office. -- -*.}

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNEMPLOYMENT ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

TJX EMPLOY MKST ABKftAD. A coiiipaii-on of the international re ports on unemployment ohown that in Enslnnd llir unemployed are .1.4 per cent) Franc* 5$ per tent. Belgium 1.'4 per cent, and Cirnntn) 1.4 per cent. It should bt stated, however, that the basis of (he return* in nil the countries i« not identi cal. The elaborate German tabular r« turn* from 1P03 chew * Kradwil reduction in the nuinbet of unemployed. In the ]a*t. quarter of that reir the percentage v-as 2.6. aminit 2.4. 1.8, and 1.8 for the jubmqiient year? up to th* end of W6. The (t'.'rm*n return* are brought up to the end of .Tune this year, when the num ber had hern further reduced to 1.4. and nu at it' low-water mirk in July lut rear, 0.8, and at it* maximum in Jun«, 19C0, when i'. stood at 3.3.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

SUMMARY. Senator Peiirco says that tbe 10,000 men it is proposed to send to the war will ba ready by April. At Batliur.it, the other day, a bntoher was fined £1 for wrapping meat in printed paper. Don't tell your enemy what yon think of him; it will worry him lots more to have to guess. Mr. E. Hugmj Taylor, superintend ent of Great Cobar, Limited, returned from the metropolis on Monday. ' The isaue of free railway passes to tlie Oobar unemployed to other parts of the State has been suspended by tine department. A grand picture entertainment and national concert will be held at tba Oobar 8tadium on St. Patrick's eight, Wednesday, 17th March. A number of summonses have been served on members ol the Hill End A.M. A. branch of the union for not paying their union dnes. Mr. Holman paid a visit to the Trangie experimental farm, and saw a motor tractor at work. He plough ed a portion of tbe land himself. The Government surveyor for rivers rimed through Tilpa last week, having .completed th...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRAUGHT WITH PERIL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

1 pji^ijoiti Wi'i'H PERnT .'??' ' If you were « Muaaulmao,' wy» ont wio ii, 'you would . hnltate '???forai undertaking th* pious duty ©fa). ;rinM age to .ifccot, for it ia fraught with! deadly twks. - ' Of the 70,000 pilgrims who hav* milcd from various Orient*! port« Jot. tbia sacred spot during the laet «ix y'.ar*.; . iwipf 23,000 have never returned. A f»w/ noilihlv found their trav Imi-1t Uw a»Wj«* rou t«. Many were murdered ' by gangt of scouutlrclt who art Wie.'d to travel rrgularly by the Jedda ataa-men, mark ing down pilgrim* who art poMtunl of valuoWcs, and attacking 'them when a fevaurablc opportunity occur*. I ''?By far tie tfrrattr number, ho.fer«r, fall by th» wayaide on the long tramp from Jcdda to Mreca or Mtdina.'

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hell-o! [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

Hello! [By BTocKwnip] Pardon the swear word, hut that's just the expression one fuels be must use when trying to carry on a con versation through tho . telephone. Sometimes it's alright, and sometimes it's all darned well wrong. Yon very probably have atari ori an interesting yarn — with your lawyer, say — whon tho old oontraption will break out in about a dozen plaoes at onoo. Talk about the Tower of Babel then t I'm thinking it wasn't a oiroumstanco to what one bears through the telephono at times. Beoenlly we wero .-called from Oanbolego, and it fell to mo to answer the 'phouu. This is about bow the absurdity conducted itself on the occasion : — 'Hello, is that tho AGE office?' G-i-r-r-r-r! O-t-a-a-o-kl Cl-ao-M A pound of Bteak without any fat Cl-l-a-a-a-a-e-k! G-i r-r-rr-r I Pish! Be sure to bo boro by half-past eight. Jim will bo at a meeting — T-r-r-r-r! — the oat sbo is — P-ur-r-rr-r — Lot the shares alone, wouldn't have — 0-1-a-a-a-ok ! G-i-r-rr ! Yes, this i» the AGE ofiioo...

Publication Title: Western Age
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