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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

? ? ?? I i Advertise in . ''Ww^... Age' arid II Paper Bags 1 1 - AT - I Age Office. J ? ? ? I || ANTHONY J| I H0RDERNSy I [FOR EVERYTHING I :?','-, Qattiar.d In On nfty Dapartmanta undar one raof ara tha fruit* ef FOREST and FARM, HINI° and HILL, ??-, all eotwartad Into form* of va* «na 'K Maul/ by tha labor and Kenlua of ?R that mlnUtera to th« phyiloal and j$T m.ntnl uplift of eootety, and :jt Anthony Horderns' .'H Famous Low Prices ^ |w Dountry ouatomsra ordartnff through ?' Hj tho pott ara traated In the aama ? _ ffl way aa thoao buying at tha eountare. ?J5 Ttio aamo prioae ara oharcad, ??? \ laotlona aro mado from tha aama ?,* etooka, and everything aant ta tho .; oountry ta oarafully paokad by ?«? ? / perlenoad mon. Write for Prloo Llata iy.K ' of anything you want, paat froa 'I Anthony Hordern & Sons M ? Limited, ,1 Only Universal Providers, If ' NEW PALACE EMPORIUM, ?*| BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY. si i1 ? — ]- Price of Chassis |»^ £400 ^^^v/tfiK^' Cheap Cartage for Stor...

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The Mysterious Benton. CORONER'S INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

The Mysterious Benton. CORONER'S INQUIRY. On Saturday, 20th instant, Mr. Coroner Neil Morrison concluded an inquiry into the sudden death of a man named William (' Darklo') Ben ton. Constable M'Kenna and Dr. H. R. Letcher gave evidence and the Coroner found that deoeased died at Dr. Letoher's surgery, Cobar, on the evening of tbe 11th instant, from asphyxia, aocelerated by alcoholio excess. Benton seems to have been a man of mystery. He bas been known in Oobar for some years, and is also known to have been at Marfield, Pad dlogton, Hay, Wiloannia and Hill ston, but despite extensive and dili gent inquiries on tbe part of the police, it was impossible to discover bis nationality or any relatives. He came from Wiloannia about sixteen weeks ago, and was treated there by Dr. Croslie. On arrival in Oobar he beoame an inmate of tbe District Hospital, where he remained for 14 weeks, for whioh ha paid £14, and was discharged apparently well on the Saturday prior to bis death, 6th instant. A...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Back Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

Back Country News. W Fob the Wbsxbrn Age. b After a fairly prolonged period, & during whioh the weather bas been - '? unusually hot, even for this time of @B the year, two heavy thunderstorms B$8 visited many of the outlying stations OB on Friday evening laBt and early on $m Saturday morning. Paddington wool- W shed and Belaraboon had the heaviest (kS falls. All tho tanks in Hub vioinity; gflK are bankers. Nearly 10,000 sheep V Rft,. had watered at Bolaraboon a day or \ fcWfj so boforo tho storm. Heavy olapa o( I pjfjjjs thunder, aooompaniod by vivid light- ^y ^m- ning— both sheet and forked— pre- ^v*\.j!$-: ooded the storm. Yallick and Red '^.^ Tauk — managed from Eeowong — had | ,va/| an inoh at eaoh plaoe. AH the tanks |'£a wero filled. It was lighter at Kee- .t.\« won{- — about 40 points. Koonaburra i- F had 80 points, Paddinfiton homestead I 40 points, Nokarboo 50 points, I bear, ) hut it was considerably heavier at' Corinfia — formerly ownod by Jim Conley and now amalg...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

All Classes of General aha Com mercial Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship — The Best. Charges— The Lowest. Tm 'Western Age/' Barton Street, Cobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

MWe Print the News, lip- ?; THEREFORE, ? 'Age' Advts. Pull. PUBLISHED: WEDNESDAY - - . - - &' SATURDAY. Telephone 57.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

fewBttter. / - 'mm He stepped into v onr Store ♦??J^ \ with a determlnatkn to oe \ better dressed. He had read our . \ . ads. ? they read true. He was I tempted to come. He came, I And stepped out / a better dressed / man ? — ! See the satisfied look on his face. Note the faultlessly-groomed appearance he had imparted to his clothes— look at /** Xp$»||^rthefine style I liislli&lf ?» cut to— / / kKBIp m p^0'- / 1 JJ^W of the athletic, per- 1 ? \ S^Sr f ectly ? constructed \ V tmr shoulders of the \ \^_^Jr Coat „ \ Yet this is but a metaphor of what - hundreds of men are doing weekly. They realise that the initial outlay costs just a» much for the badly-fitting Suit as (or the perfectly-fitting Suit. lie directed his steps to Economy, too, because, whilst he paid the same as before, his new Suit wore twice as long. ThaVis. he saved half! Step in here to-day, Sirl ? Jennings Orgs. 'T»« Jtorr tabor* Quality Counts.' it |UJt,_-iiU. ,.;„ i i \ latest c— A Styles, lV*fiH Materials,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

[ M. A. Padula, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand the best selected stock of Jewellery, Bold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, J IN THE DI8TBI0T. Prices compared with the value of our goods, I are the lowest in Cobar. ' The only. Qualified \ Resident Optician. \ Kwong On & Co. i * General Storekeepers and I Produce Merchants, I CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, 5 In ptepand to ent«t Into oontnote loi It lapplYiiig Ohlneee lor rin«-h»rking and ® lorab-ootting, u well u Chinese eernrato *\ vxi oooka tot stations. U LABGE STOCKS OB1 CBOCKEBY, ! 1 IBONMONGERY, GEOOEBY, I MEBOEBY, and BOOTS and | SHOES, carried. I Cuh buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, to. I HIGHEST feRIOES GIVEN. \ ' Orders Promptly Attended to. ^ ' ? ^ ? ? ? ' II MORRISON Bros'. If . LINE OF I Royal Mail Goaches » Leave the Booking Office, next the m Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, H Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY,' and 0 SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., for ? ? WILCANNIA, WHITE CUFFS, BROKEN H...

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BEES AND HONEY. THE PRESENT HONEY FLOW. Varying Qualities. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

BEES AND HONEY. THE PRESENT HONEY FLOW. Varying ejualitles. In several parts of the State, especi ally in the coastal districts, the White Apple has been in bloom, and in some localities it is still flowering. The yield of nectar, from this tree is abun dant, but the quality and color of the honoy is poor. . Many people consider it quite, uneatable,, and unless better . varieties are scarce it- is difficult to dispose of it, even at a penny per pound. Occasionally, it has paid to consign it to Sydney, but a bettor plan is to store the ' crop of Whito Apple honoy for use as beo feed in tho fol lowing spring, None, but honey from healthy colonies should be used in this .way, says tho Demonstrator in Api culture. Red Bloodwood, flowering overy Sec ond .year, is duo to flower this month in somo localities. The honoy from this treo is some of tho finest produced in New South Wales. It granulates quickly after extracting, but if liqui ' fled alter candying once and then al lowed to eleur ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

A correspondent writes to the Wiloannia 'Grazier' concerning the country from Wilcannia to Oobar:—' With the exoeption of Jaoob's Well, .and a few patches on stations round about, there is very little feed between Wiloannia and Cobar. Even at Jaoob's Well, whioh had 520 points of rain eight weeks ago, the grasa is not showing as generously as it ought to do under the' oiroumatauces. The . old grass, whioh waa ' well- rooted before the rain came, bas shot out well and presents a picture good to look upon; but the new shoots .which wereoalled into existence by the moisture refuses to take - firm root and may now be brasbea off with tba band.

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EXTRAORDINARY EXCAVATIONS AT ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

EXTRAORDINARY EXCAVATIONS AT HOME. 'The Times, '. through ita Rome cor respondent, give a most interesting ac count of the extraordinary excavations beneath the church of San Clemeutc, in Rome. The present church dates from tho eleventh century. Below its pave ment thcro is revealed an older church, going back to tho fourth century. Be- 1 low this, aeain, is found 'a Roman 'house of the Imperial poriod, of which 'one chamber was evidently regarded ' as' a holy S'hrino, and had been ar- j ' ' ranged as an oratory. ' ' This is sup posed to be thu house of Flavius Cle ment, a member of the Imperial family. Below this, again, is found 'that mass 'of solid masonry . . . that great 'fortress, which was very likely tho 'residence oi the Tarquins of somo fivo 'centuries before tho birth of Christ.'

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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

SALVAVION ARMY. Friday.— Holiness -Meeting 8 p.m. Bunday.— Holiness Meeting 11 a.m. Sal vation Meeting 7.80 p.m. Captain Drylio. Lieut. .Dudley.

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A Bachelor's Nieces. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. COPYRIGHT. CHAPTER XVIII. MAKING THE BEST OF Ir. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

A Bachelor's Nieces, '{({i?s!'jiiS£i{'''e(f?'' ' '— ? KTBLIBHBD ST Iff™**- ARKANGEMKfT? latttraf - retail In is* taeV 'Th. Brakes Seal,' 'Beoaathtaa War*,' ??ABUtaBbtUchL' ''**? Drift of F.U,' '.'rkafcerat «f Mm RWar,' fe_ 'Ta«Laat«%a*V' 'ABHIcn Chain,' ' A Oauntay Swattheart,' W 'HarTroarfMTtti*,' On CUUan Hi»ia»,' ' A fttalPaH,' ' ' '«k- Will and H.n,' *«.,*.. OOPTRIGHt CHAPTER XVIII. Maxum nu But or It. In the small breakfast- room of Mrs. Bom's cottage at Machh-an the sou shono on one more face mads sad and troubled by tho fact that Ql«n had changed her surname. Her mother waa sitting looking very mach annoyed, with an open letter in her hand. ' Well, Kua,' she was saying, ' you may think H is for the best, bat it is the first time that a daughter of thi Ross family has been onited to tho non of ft tradesman.' ' It may be lha firet timo a daughter of the hoDM of Ko&a has beon, bat roa forget, denr mother, that Uncle Ben in married to Hnph'n mother,' roph'fd Ella, not ia ...

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Latest War News. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

Latest War News. Sydney, Monday. A German aeroplane new over Sussex on Sunday and dropped bovo ral bombs. Three ' were dropped at Beamtree, another at Oolohester, and one at Ooggerhall. No casualties are reported, and the only damage known ocourred at Colohoetor, where a cot tage was wreoked by shrapnel bullets. An aeroplane was seen travellingata great height, and when last notioed was heading out to soa. Sydney, Tuosday. When the Australian mail stoamer Majola, with 400 passengers on board, was entering the. English Cliannolon Saturday she was ordered to stop by an unidentified anood merchantman. The Majola ignored tho ordor, and went ahead at full spoed, when the merchantman firod hvo sholls, all ol which fell Hliort, (in.-) lbs liner reached Plymouth safely. Sydney, Wednesday. Russian reinforcements havo arriv ed on the East Prussian front. The Germans in their attacks expondod their troops, who were alroady ex haustnd by a difficult mnrch tliroimli deep snow, mid Uio offensive ...

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Methodist Conference. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

Methodist Conference. Sydney. Wednesday, At the Runur.l Methodist) ' Con ferenoH yesterday. Rev. Joseph Woixlhonan wns elected president. Tim brut rending of aircuils re 'suited : — Rev. ' Borimnl Deano, to Port MituQUHiir. . Ktiv. Wulker, to Cobm. » .

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

PBE8BYTERIAN. Cobar,' Bunday, Feb. 28, 191D. — 11 a.m., ' The Sloeping Apostlo.' 3 p.m., Sunday School. 7.30 p.m., ' Lossons from tbo War.' ' Soloist, Mr. Carter. Short, bright ser vice. All aro wolcomo. David MacGregor.

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Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

Religious Services. CATHOLIC OHUROH. Cobar. — Man at 7. SO a.m. and 11 a.m. Evening Dovotiona at 7.30 p.m. Wrightville. — Mass at 8 a.m.; Evening Devotiona at 7. SO p.m. Very Bav. Dean Hughes, V.F. Kov. J. Sexton.

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

Rifle Shooting. Thfl handicap competition rocontly oonducted hv the Cobar Billo Club, best four out of six nliotp, distance 300yds, 500yds, and 600yds, resulted as follows :— 1st, J. Bennett, 161, (hep. 35). 196 ; 2nd, B. L. Moody, 161, (hop. 22), 183 ; 3rd,E. Gudgeon, 144 (hop. 39), 183. Tliu xpociiil prize for recruits, tinsl five nhools off the rillo, vsus won by J. Bennett with n total ol 19G. RaiiRo prisioB were won an follows : — J. Bennett, B. L. Moody, H. Grooti, M. A. Padula, W. Carroll, E. Gud goon. .

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Qualifying Certificates: [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

? Qualifying Certificates: Following m nn additional list of. candidates who were successful at the examinations held in November last for quHlifying certificates : — Convent School, Cobar. Irone M. Munro, Phoobo L. Bbol don, Leslie M. Rankin, Thos. Healy, Edward Oahill. Public School, Oakbelego. (Ton cannidatos, nine passed.) Florenoo E. Qransdon, Emily F. G. Lyons, Eunice H. Owen, Winifred J. A. Roes, Stanley M'Eenzie, Henry B. Murray, Miohael E. Smith, Marie O. Olmpple, Esther E. Hogan. Convent School, Oanbelbgo. (Five candidates, four passed.) Ethel B. FroBt. 0. M'Oonnell, Jno. W. Roaob, John. M'Namara.

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POULTRY. LUCERNE CHAFF. Its Proper Place and Use. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

POULTRY. LUCERNE CHAFF. Its Proper Plate and Use, Could you Btate tho best way to steam lucerne chaff? Is it advisable to give fowls scalded lucerne chaif (still moist) to take the place of green lucerne? The Bocond question- ^expresses an impression entertained by many poultry men that the Poultry Expert would like to remove at once. Lucerne chaff and lucerne dust, dry or damp, scalded or unscelded, are not substitutes for green feed. The latter is necessary whether the former arc supplied or not. Cer . tainly dry lucerne has an important function — viz^ supplying roughage to increase the bulk of tho more concen trated feeds, such as pollard and bran, but it is not a substitute for succulent green feed, and usually the birds will not eat much of it by itself. As to tho 'main question, the Poultry Expert advised that the best method of treating lucerne chaff is to place it in a vessel, pour boiling water over it and then cover it up till next morning, when it can be mixed through th...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Fruit Growing in Cobar. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 February 1915

Fruit Growing in Cobar. It has now hocome a reoognised fact that the soil of tlio Cobar district is eminently suitable for tbe success ful growing of all kinds of tropioal fruit. All that is required is a sufJD oient rainfall, and as that oannot be obtained at will, irrigation is the best substitute. During tbe week a resi dent of West Cobar has been hawk ing around town some of the finest eating melons wo have ever ssen.one of whioh when weighed turned the the Bcales at 57}lbs. Tbe man has a very large quantity, all grown on a quarter-acre allotment and with the most primitive method of supplying water. Mr. 0. Askew also bad a fine supply of melons this season at his gardens, near tbe big mine reservoir, while his fruit trees, wbioh are yet only in their infanoy, already bear eloquent testimony to the growing capabilities of Oobar soil. Peaohes, neotarineB, apricots and other stone fruit do well here, some of the first named shown us from different Oobar gardens being equal in size...

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