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WOUNDED IN ACTION. FIRST NEW ZEALANDER. EXPECTS TO BE "AT IT AGAIN." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

' WOUNDED IN ACTION. FIRST NEW ZEALAlfpER. EXPECTS TO BE 'AT IT AGAIN.' The first Now Zcalandcr to be wounded In action is Mr. M. Ryan, who, n few weeks ago, went out to tho front on a lance-corporal In the King's Liverpool Regiment. He is at pre sent In one of the territorial hospltuls at Sotithscn (nays the British Australasian) of September 10. 'Our battalion left Aldcrshot three weeks ago for an (to us) unknown destination,' he wrote to a friend last week. 'It turned out to bo Havre, whero wo arrived eurly on the morning of tho 13th ult. The first thing that Impressed the majority of us was the hearty welcome extended to us by the French peo ple. 'Vivo rAngletcrro' and 'Vive I'Enlcutc Cordialo* was shouted at us as we pussed up tho river to the docks. Then, after disem barking, we marched to No. 2 camp, five miles away. It was a cloudless day, and the sun was fiercely hot, but our battalion stuck It well. . . . We stayed here two days and then took train for somewhere near the f...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"MY GALLANT SOLDIERS." CZAR TO SOOTS GREYS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

'MY GALLANT SOLDIERS.' CZAR TO SOOTS GREYS. The Emperor of Russia, who is Colonelln Uhief of the Scots Greys, hdrscnt the follow ing message to his regiment: — 'I am hnppy to think that my gallant regi ment, tho. Royal Scots, Greys, Is fighting with Russia iiBalnst the common enemy. Con vinced that they will uphold the gracious tra ditions of the past. I send them my warm greetings mid wish them victory in the battle.'

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EAGLES TO FIGHT AIRSHIPS. FRENCH EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

EAGLES TO FIGHT AIRSHIPS. FRENCH EXPERIMENTS. Hecciilly sonic ingenious experiments were curried out by officers of thu French iiviu ? ton corps at Nice with the view of destroy ing aerial craft. It Is generally considered impossible tu light against aeroplanes, or uven dirigible balloons, with guns, for the aviators have only to take die preen ut ion lo get out of range; but the Nice ulTicer.s have fouud'an adversary which ean reach as high as, or own higher than, the aircraft can pos sibly rise— nothing less than the eagle. They trained six eagles Lor their experiments, first accustoming them to the noise of the propel lt.ru nml iron KbotK. tht.n liv utacilltr Ipmlil ing bait on model balloons, and teaching them to rush furiously at the machines ami * tear them up as they would their prey. 'There Is no aeroplane,' mi id a Freud, journal, commenting on the experiment.-', 'and above all, no dirigible which could withstand such an attack. Given tin: rapid ity .of an eagle's flight an...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DUTCH DOUBTS. WAR PREPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

DUTCH DOUBTS. WAR PREPARATIONS. 'Blood or Zwcot' (Blood or sweat 7). This Is tho question the Dutch arc to-day asking thomselvcs (writes Stephen Black, from Rot $?,r_d.aIn' t0 tho D:ll|y Mu' °f la»' month), which Is moro precious, which moro painful to ahed? And Holland, which has heen built up by the sweat of Its people, says that blood must be shed to spare the sweat of future generations. There must be no wars after this meat one. Some here call It the hist war. and prophesy that when it Is over men will have seen tho madness of tho Armageddon forced upon uurope uy ueimnny. The Hague has long been famous ns a peace centre, and Rotter dam reflects the lla.mii- ns the Hague lollcctc Rotterdam. Men say that,ns Jlulhind tolled for cen turies to create a watery homo — which al most symbolises the sweat of Its people— England, smiling, fruitful England, has begun to sweat so that men might war. Hateful nB-thls war is to tho Dutch they declare it will spare future generations of English...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

The Great National Rem?dy |-»r wore ?thuiv twenty ywir^Or. Monsf's lmliuii ltoot l'tl.s mivu -?? ??» uuiore the Australusiun l»'.bllc, gam ins isich year in popular esteuni, and each year showing a large '»? crease In tno salus mull now nearly One million bottles are oold annual ly. Very often medicines appear dm the imtrki-t anil for a shun t'.nn haves a popular vosms -»'?? j»'-' v-'»:n reason it U dilllciilt to my. tint hav ing any gcuntno niorit. but tlic !-ul-- lie': soon finds this out, and tln;-' soon disappear and are never h^ird of again. When a n-incdy like l»: Morse's Indian Hool I'ills for twen ty years shows a constantly inenas ins sale. It indicates the solid con nik-nei- the public have in it. No --xaR- RPratrd uln'.nij liavo lieoti urged for tliiMii. No .utuinut IM.1 S'l'i-n mad-- to induce tlio imlitic t-- believn tliey liail any miraculous power, but on all oc casions the idea lias bera nipsent'-il that they were simply :i yotid Pill in every sense of tho word. Thuy...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

SUMMARY. SerReant Kinkade has been con fined to his bed since Tuesday suf fering from a severe illness. You can make the best purchases in children's footwear .and hosiery at A T» ril»rDtlt?T.T.'-? * The citizens' presentation to Mr. J T. M'Leod takes place in the Council Chamhers on Monday oven ing nest. ,«.„_ _i. The catch of the season— iu unm ana Powderly's Sale. When we say Sale, we mean Sale.* . ) Mr J I1. O'Dea was elected presi dent of the Hospital at the monthly meeting of the committee on Thurs day, in place of Mr. J. T. MLeod, teliYm, M'Grath aud Powderlys1 Sale Uon. We want to soil. Were going to sell. Our prices will do that.-' Our Methodist friends have de cided to cancel their annual Fair, announced to be held on November 28 to December 1st, and have arran 1 ? j / ? „ nnio nt ver,rk and doasant evening on 25th instant. Handbills are boing issued, and tickets may be purchased. Mr. R. N Dart is seore I ln*«t ! Jusb landed, nearly 600 yds. Lino leum ana lloorClolb. direo...

Publication Title: Western Age
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RUSSIAN GUARDS. GREAT CAVALRY CHARGE. BALACLAVA RECALLED. THROUGH A HAIL OF SHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

RUSSIAN GUARDS. GREAT CAVALRY CHARGE. BALACLAVA RECALLED. THROUGH A HAIL OF SHELL. it is my privilege to give an authoritative account of « notabln fp-it of arms Ulio n-r- respondent of tbe London Morning l'o.st wired from l'etrograd on September 1). It has been already referred In In my previous telcgrums, and it has suggested a comparison with the famous charge of tlie Light ISrigHdr-, which was magnificent— Init mil war. Th« Russian feat of arms was no less magnlfl cr-nt, and was most emphatically war. Kor miaous which even Kncllshmcn arc learning to appreciate nowadays, the story must bo tuld ouulde the customary relations of titno iin-J space. 1 may not tell the wh.Tc or wln.11. but It happened quite recently In East I'rus Amotig the- Russian cavalry regiments d' ??lite two arc Mpe-iinlly 1 oud and w«ll 1-no.vn. They correspond to our familiar llor.'e Guards: the nien atv equally Mg and henvy i ml garbi'd ,-ind caparisoned with »vcn ?:rcitei .«pl-:ndor. The 'finrdes .1 Cheval' ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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The War. SYDNEY, Thursday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

The War. « Sydney, Thursday 11 a.m. TI10 Minister lor Defence 8t»les that Iho enptnin of the Emdon whb not wounded, nnd is now a prisoner. TI10 Germnn Ernperor's nephew also cscnied uninjured. About 200 hilled and woimdcil woro tiiken off tlio Eni den, nnd femo remained at KeDlinR, wIioih they will I10 picked up by ship teluiiiiiif! frtm tho Cocos. Nothing wiib seen of tho Echooncr Hyeaeos. irt.» c-fii.^1, alan cnnlc ilm l*!mden's collier. Tho Admiralty announces Hint n, Inrgo combined oporntion by fh8t cruifers aRivinst tho Emden had been in prof-rcRa for scino time. Tho British ships hnd been aided by Rus sian, French and Japanese, Iho Mel bourne and Sydney included. A statement was made in tho House of Representatives by Mr. fisher that the ecgngcinent took placo on Tues day, just beforo the wirelesB station on Cocob Island was destroyed. A wireless pent out for help vt&s picked up by the Sydney. Mr. Tilnvfl finnrcn nnnouncod that a call for a fuithor strong contingent wi...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

Notice. AS I intend leaving Cobar h- the enrly part of next week. I | would be filftd if those on whom I lmvo nob culled will forward amount* °Wi'ff- J.T.MOLBOD, .Ute Troprietor ' Cobar Herald.' ♦Western Age' office for Coflfectione*y and Fttiit Bags at Bedrock prices.

Publication Title: Western Age
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SACK OF SENLIS. PICTURE OF DEVASTATION. FRENCH HAVE REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

SACK OF SENDS. PICTURE OF DEVASTATION. FRENCH HAVE REVENGE. This account of the sack of Senlis by . (.ivrmans is from Geoffrey Young, war respondent of the London Leader: — 1 came from the west into Senlis a day after its evacuation by the Germans. A de ''ut iwr tuv UUUU&II iiiu run-si 01 u 1^1111011 ville, the beautiful pino and heather glades, and wide lakes, haunted by memories of the humanist philosopher, Rousseau. It is haunted now by other ghosts. Tim desolation and silence prepared me fur a shock. And it came. Scnlla. Senlis of incwi j, tviin us eAiiuiHiic tower 01 open stimv.work and frame of romantic beauty, 1b a wasted ruin. As 1 moved up the deserted streets for a mnnu-ni I was deceived. Hut every house, as I liiokcd Into It, was a shell: burnt out skele i.in-llkf, staring at the sky. Fire, and pil layi-. and ruin. And why? A MURDERED MAVOR. Tlie French soldiers held the last houses with effective fire. Then, for ten days the Germans held the town; and destroyed I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

1 |rf\ aMm taw mm m 11 . Item «n ras | pYOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS FOR | PRODUCE an d STOCK. I HAPPI5ON,JONES&DEVL!N LTD I 5YDNev: we are selling brokers only. Man Alive! We're Getting Near to -7h mmMa -, m^t^^Bm^^^BSB^BtB^ 7 4 '?55!.-/ 63'- or 70/ - As to Style— the latest fashions favour Coat moulded to figure loith-soft rolling lapels, outside breast pocAv/ lj =| cut on the slant; with five-button Vest, and Trousers'* 3 :.? ami- American in cut. -i I With Fabrics hundreds of new rolls have come in, cm! ;i 3 t/nu take your pick from the finest Summer Suiting* I ij :n Galc'shiels, Donegal, West ot England and Mar- ?! 3 'itfivitle Tweeds and Serges, and Murdoch Famous jj H 'Even He' Untadable Blue Serge. . s' | Let us post YOU a book of Patterns TO-DAY, f ?3 Ask Desk I S OVH . NEW CA TALOCUE IS JL'ST OUT- ; p ,. . POST FREE ANYWHlRE. ? f MURDOCH'S i5£'j i '/Mr t£\S-- .-IAX- 0rt£SS BETTER.' \ ilnmmml ? , a ~' «== '=' ? ^ ^ ,«V ? Children love it ?in) 'Littlu De«rer- £.''.'-V3 ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

Mail Time Table. Time of departure from Cobar Post Office — For Svdnov, 7.30 a.m. (ana wbon bearing lato Joa 1M a.m.). Tuesdays, Thuratejs I ''wrightrHieVcSO p.m. Monday, Wcdnes day and Friday. Louth, Friday. 6 p.m. Baaen Part. Friaay, C p.m. lit? Dryadalc, Tuesdays ana indajf, C and C.I''' p.m. . , I Nymageo and Bbuttleton, Thursdays, 5'8Eloucra, Tuesdays and Saturdays, 10 1 «..,! in 1fi a.m. WilcBiiiiia. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat utdays, 5.30 p.m. Illowong, Monday, Wednesday and 1ri dny. G.30 p.m. Time of arrival at Post Office. Cotmr. From Sydney, etc., Monday, Wodncday and Friday. G p.m. . ! From Wriglitville, Tuesday, Thnrscl.i- and Saturday, 7 a.m. From Louth, Thursday, C a in. From Bnden Park, Wednesday, 6 a.m. ,;, ? ^i:i«,««;« vrtM«?t»ht Tuesday. From Mt. Drysdalo, Monday a--a Tlmri ^FVo'm'Nymageo and SUuttloton. W«l ncsdaVt G n.m« From IClouera, Tuesday and Balnraay. 7 'From Wilrannio, Monday, Thursday aud Saturday, C a.m. , From Ilkwoiig. TuoBday, Thursday ui.d aturdny, ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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"TO KILL SOME GERMANS." DARING RAID BY BELGIANS. THE CORPORAL'S VOW. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

'TO KILL SOME GERMANS.' DARING RAID BY BELGIANS. THE CORPORAL'S VOW. This story ol thu audacity of eight Bel s!ums who set out from Ghent to avengo the vold-bloodud murder of the father and bro ther of one of their number was related to me by 11. S ? , 11 Mvlglan volunteer scout, vwritus Cliarles Franklin, special corres punduit of the London Daily Mail, from Os tenil, on September 10). Thu day before tho 'Shi at Melle, said my Infnrinuni, a llttlu corporal of Belgian vol uutuL-rs. who wuh an Ironworker of Clmrle roi. ms wntud in Ghent discussing with comrades the atrocities committed by the Germans when the news was brought to him that his father und 1/rother, with many other civilians, hnd boon shot In cold blood by tho Germans. He was a brave little man, but tho llrst shock of tile news scut the blood rushinK to his heart. For some minutes his face worked with emotion, but not a word escap ed him. It was not until one of his comrades placed his hand sympathetically on the little ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Cobar District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

Cobar District Hospital. Tl-o monthly moof.iiiK of «'- cn''; mittno of Dm Co).,,'.- IV..tri.|t '?»»'?»» wur held nt Iho ollico of Mt ?{^° Marsho (fccrotnry), nn ThutMlny ovoniiiR. ProKenl. i-Mossrs. 0. i WLood (prwlilcnl). Puffy.M n''''1 ? KirhniHii, u vc', -.---''? ? ? Tlulchison, Woi-t, Pavidfoii. COIIKKSroNUKKl'I'' From CmilieliT.o llospitnl Cf ii.p ?' ? oo uiniiiwi i.Iipv lind a vuciiniy ?' '' n trained imrpu if Iho Cobar IU:M ;?»' hnd ono avnilnblc- H wnsiU-niM'.' I' notify Ontibelcf:o Uotpitiil Hint, ine committee did not inlend to relrcnc-n the staff nt present. . From Louis Gran I. Cohnr, ollennt! i lo prcnioto a conceit nnfl (hnmit'n: entortnlnment for the llosjmni. n ] condition that tho institution received ninety r°r cent, of the nott precede —After diecussion, Messrs. Suther land, O'Doa, M'Donnld and Davidson wore appointed to deal with Mr. Grant s letter, nnd ir uiouriie i»'»'= able to make necessary arrangements. BF.POIITS. Mr. Davidson, on belmll ol tlie visiting com...

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BRITISH RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

BRITISH RIFLES. It is not generally known that each belli gerent nation In the field to-day la armed witli a different make of rifle. Naturally, experts are not agreed us to which Is ac tually the best, though those competent to judge are inclined to favor tho British short Lce-Enneld as the best all-round military rifle extant. The points of advantage of the British gun are its simple but reliable mechanism. its great strengm, iigiuncss, ana me iacc that Its magazine carries ten shots against live in all the other rifles. It is sighted up to -'800 yards, farther than any existing ride, the German and Belgian Muuser coming next with 2187 yards. It fires a bullet weighing 21ugr. at a muzzle velocity of 2060ft. per second, and It is only here that it Is beaten by the German weapon, whose lighter bullet of liilgr. leaves the barrel with a velocity or 2tS2ft. per second. Whereas the British arm weighs, without bayonet, 81b. tOoz., the Cler raun rille turns the scalo at 91b. loz., thu Fr...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

O O OLD ORKNEY SCOTCH WHISKY stands alone for age and mellowness. It oarries a big majority vote for excellence.* The mildest and absolutely the purest whibky in tho market is O.O. Orkney.' Once tnBted never forgot.* The ' Rod Hird' and ' Massey Harris ' Bioyolea have long boon known an the best and highest-priced m&chiiiuH on tlio market. We ara selling thttdB now nt £15, with beat equipment. All fittings for ths3e l maohiues stockeil. — If- DOGGER, I Linsloy-street.2 | Buy bettor .storen for less inouoy at A. B. Caiu'IUCLL's.*

Publication Title: Western Age
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BRITISH PENSIONS. THE NEW SCALE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

BRITISH PENSIONS. THE NEW SCALE. N»t '.inly lias Mr. Uuyd George given* a definite assurance In tho House of Com mons thai provision will )«? made for the families ami dependent* of men SI lied whlli swing their country, but In addition the seal,- of pensions which will 1,.. adopted lins ntremly been drawn up. This scale in ils ABMY. s.'d7 s7tt Quaricnnaster-.Sergc.ini. &e. 10 n ?- -i 1st Class P.O., *i- ? f i; ?- w Sergeant. *c ? 7 1; '? n £\Tjrali /*'? ? 5 ' ' « ? ? m »'. ? ??*??»?????.,,.» ,1 if 1 k NAVY. 1.M11.T r.o.s &o ? ;i 11 ?? „ 1st Clas P.O.. &c ? 7 ii r- 11 2nd Class P.O.. &c ? « 0 I fi Able Seaman. &c ? ,-, ,. i fi »PnynbU-. as a rule, up to age ,.f 11 for boys and IS for girls. If able-suamen and 2nd i-las.* pottv officer* do not leave widows or children, but leave other dependent relatives, gratuities not ex ceeding one year's full wages may be given littrtly from Greenwich Hospital funds For the benefit of the wives, mothers, an...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

PRESBYTERIAN. Cobar, Sunday, 15th Nov., 1014.— U a,ta, 'Tlio Voico ot God.' * 3 p.m., Sunday School. 7.30 p.m., 'Tho Day of RoekoninR.' . SoloiM, Mr. Carter. Short, bright Ecr mco. All aro welcome. Favid MacQregor,

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Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

Religious Services. CATHOLIC OHUECH, Cobar.— llass at 7.30 a.m. and 10 a.m. Evening Devotions at 7.30 p.m. Wrightvillo.— Hrsb at 8 a.m.; Evening Dovotions »t 7.30 p.m. Very Rov. Dean Hughes, V,P, Roy. 3. Sozlon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

yiyr ! M. A. Padula, ! THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand tho best soleoted stock of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, , IN THE DISTRICT. ? '- ? — & ?? Prices compared with the value of our goods, ore the lowest in Cobar. 1 The onJ^ Qualified . Residenropttctim: Kwong On & Co. General Storekeepers and Produce Meftfiants, CORNISHTOVN, COBAR, ~ AM pnjtitol W eriei into ootattMti (01 ?JnljiiH CUsMbi tiM-baikiag and , ♦ejrub-enUinj, 'm well as OhuiiM Mrrenti ?M eooki foi stations. I&BGE 8TO0K8 OS1 CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GBOOEBY, MERCERY, and BOOTS »nd SHOES, carried. Cub buyers «f Rabbit and Fox Skins, 4Vo. HIGHEST PIUCE8 QIVEH. Orders Promptly Attended to. MORRISON Bros'. LINE OF .. Royal Mail Go aches 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 Fare...

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