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AMONG PROMINENT PEOPLE, PAPERS and POLITICIANS MATTER OF OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 February 1915

AMONG PROMINENT PEOPLE, PAPERS and POLITICIANS MATTEB OF OPINION. 'He is not half a Nelson, this Jclli coo.' — 'Berliner Tugoulutt. '

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LITTLE DOUBT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 February 1915

LITTLE DOUBT. 'Thcro ia very little doubt that tier many intends in tlio early spring to make her final and most violent abort for victory.' — Military correspondent

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE THE DANGER IS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 February 1915

WHEBE THE DANUEK IS. 'War suapouds the rules of moral obligation, nnd what is long suspended is in danger of being totally abrogated.' — Burke.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 February 1915

SOCIALISM. 'It is my conviction that if we had been a Socialist nation we should now have had 2,000,000 men in the field, and the lighting line would have been much nearer Germany than it is at present.' — True Imperialist in the 'Clarion.'

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 February 1915

NO HOPE. 'Germany could not hope lo blockade Britain unless she had a liundrcd times the submarines she now possesses. — Sir Thomas Royden, Vice-Chairman Cunard Steamship Co.

Publication Title: Western Age
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MIKADO ON THE WAR. STRONGER BONDS WITH ALL[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

S& MIKADO ON THE WAR. L STRONGER BONDS WITH ALLIEo. The session of tho Japai.ese Diot was oponed on Monday with tho usual euro inony in presence of a brilliant com pany, aud the Emperor's speech wan read beforo a crowded Chamber. Dealing with foreign affairs, the Em peror said:— 'I am happy to announce tnat the friendship of the Empire with i the Treaty Powers is growing in cor* diality. The Alliance with Orcat Bri tain and the Ententes with France and Russia havo been cemented in the pre sent critical stage by stronger bonds of umity. Peace in the Orient is gradu ally being restored. But the great war is ncft yet ended. We rely upon tho loyalty and bravery of our 'subjects in our wish to obtain the final oojert as quickly as possible.' In conclusion, His Majesty asked tho Diet to co operato harmoniously iu the programme of the Government.

Publication Title: Western Age
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NOTHING NEW. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

v. NOTHING NEW. i lu ' China \ New .Day%' the author tells a story of the Chinese General Ma that has bearings' on the problems o. women's rights, and incidentally showy that under diverse civilisations human nature remains pretty constant. The General was calling on one of the older missionaries. During the conver sation, ho said, 'Dodtor S., 1 want to ask you a question. In your honourable country, is -tho- woman tho fiead of -th^ home, or is the man the head of the home?' 'Why, Genoral, it is this way,' replied the missionary. 'If the man is a stronger character than the woman, he is the head of the home, but if the woman is stronger than the man, she rules.' Tbe General* pushed back his ehair, and said, with u smile, 'In my miser able country it is exactly the samel ' ♦ ' ? Tess — 'How's your weekly subscrip tion idea for the National Relief Fund getting along?' Jess — 'Oh, we're get I ting a. big membership now since wo | reduced the weekly amount.' Tess — 'I told, you a shilli...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW HE GOT A BLACK EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

HOW HE GOT*A BLACK EYE. The following letter appears in 'Country Life,' and is written from a subalteran to his father: — '1 have just returned from another turn in tbe trenches. T am going to send you half a pair of field-glasses which have done ' ine a great service. I was standing up \ in a trench — a little over-confident — watching the result of our shooting I through the glasses, when 'Biff!' and 1 I received a terrific bang in the eye. Of eourso, it knocked mo down and 1 wondered for a minute or two why on earth T was still alive. I distinctly heard one of the men *ay, 'Pore devii, 'e's got it in the 'ead.' A bullet had bit the lens of tho glasses and been deflected by the prism, passing out at | the side, as you will see. 1 found half tho glasses one sido of the trench and half tho other; the right half is still quito serviceable, so behold your son with a beautiful black eye. I only wish 1 could soud you the bullet, too, but it went tho way of all bullets. I am back with th...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNDER FIRE TERROR OF ANTICIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

UNDER FIRE TERROR OF ANTICIPATION. The man who has not been under l I ,V desires to know what wero the feelings of the man who has been during this ordeal. It is probable that he doec not frequently find the inform ation given by veterans either satisfy ing or exl lightening. It has been my good fortune, wits the medical correspondent ' of the 'Times,' to 'onjoy many opportunities oi i* j Jung witn soldiers who have beon wounded in action. 1 have visited Belgian, French,' and British hospitals at various periods, and, as a medical man, have been afforded special facili ties for study. These opportunities have convinced me that no two men feel quite the same senhations whilst under fire for the first time, and also that a man is capable of experiencing quite different emotions at different periods of tho same day, though his circumstances havo not chjuiged. For example, from the statement of a man who experienced shell fire for the first time -in his life in the neigh bourhood of Arr...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FODDER QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

. A FODDER QUESTION. I What are the rolativo food values of oaten, wheaten and lucerne chaff, wrote a dairy farmer who was anxious, in these days of high prices, to spend his money to best advantage. The Dairy Erpprt's reply was that good lucerne contains about double as much nitrogenous mattor as either oaten or wheaten chaff; consequently luoerne hav or chaff is the better buying for thl- -lni*v A mixture of iueerne chaff and oaten chaff makes a very good rationj pro I vided somo bran is added to make it ' moro succulent. The following would I make a suit-able ration: — 201b. lucerne | chaff, 101b. oaten chaff, 41b. bran. ? * ? The Leading Man; 'It's hard for u person to forget the past. ' ' The Ingenue: ** That's so. I've oft en noticed tba^you wide-step involuntar 1 ily when a bouquot is suddenly thrown ? at you.'

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

Notice to Tributors. .. ^{.BBAT COBAB LIMITED bare ^ by giro notioe that applications «re now invited for TBIBUTES on ?oertain of their Leases at (be Great Peak Mine. Apply UNDERGROUND MANAGER, Great Cohar Oopper Mine. Tenders. 'FENDERS requirod for ereotion and supply of 100ft. of 3-raiI Ifenoing.. Particulars on application to T. M. OLDFIELD, Margaret-street, West Cobar. T!-? W^lerii fljjs. With wlncJi ij- incorporated Tlie Cobar Herald, estab. 1877. WKDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1915.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DAIRYING. LESSONS OF THE DROUGHT. For the Irrigation Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

DAIRYING. LESSONS OF THE DROUGHT. For the Irrigation Farmer. In a recont issue of the 'Agricul- tural Gazette,' the Dairy Experc ealls attention to the lessons that may be learnt from tbe drought on the Irri gation Area. Ho suggests that as Leeton is subject to scanty and irregular * autumn and winter rainfall, the dairyman will be wise to provide against tho possibility of a scarcity of fodde*-. Lucerne hay is iudicated as the most suitable crop for this purpose, especially as succulent green crops necessary to a complete ration may be grown on the irrigable land. Au excellent ration can be secured by combining different crops with the lucerne hay as the season advances.* Sorghum for late autumn or early winter can be followed by green barley, wheat, and oats, and later on, if re quired, by maize. Where the resources of moisture and elimato thus permit a succession of crops that provide a com plete ration, the making of ensilage is not considered advisable. Wateriug a small section...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

Joat landed, nearly 600 yds. Lino leum and Floor Olotb, direct from Glasgow (Saotland), eaoh one a new season pattern. H. Dogger, LinBley Street.* You can make the best purchases in obildren'B footwear and hosiery at A. B. Campbell's.* n- comknes ' | Happily With i Aerated Waters mm A Medicinal tonic beverage

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FEEDING VALUE OF RAPE. An Autumn Fodder Crop. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

FEEDING VALUE OF RAPE, ? An Autumn Fodder Orop. At tho present season, when tbe sow ing of a few acres of rapo should be in the mind of every provident farmer, it is distinctly interesting to read the statement of an ofliccr oi North Care Una experiment station, U.S.A., in which attention is drawn to the fact that under American conditions,' rape as a 'feeding' down' erop produces the same amount of pork as does maize. Farmers iu the States, ho says, are 'becoming moro and more interested in biuuu uiupa &UI AUl I, winter and early spring graziug. Es pecially is this true of those who are engaged .iu tho raisiug of hogs and poultry ? It has been fully demon strated by repeated trials that au acre of rapo properly seeded on good rich land will produce as much pork when used as a hog pasture as the same acre cultivated in corn (maize). Tho rapo can be sown cheaper than the corn, as { it will not require any cultivation, and ! the preparation of the seedbed and tho 1 seeding wil...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

We Must Repeat When everybody tells tbe same story. It is hard to say new things about Doan's Baokaoba Kidney Fills. They aura tbe lame and aching baok, the sufferer from kidney diseases, and tbe troubles of those whose urinary organism is wrong In its aotion.^That tbey do this is so easy to prove that not a vestige of doubt remains. Pablio endorsement is easily proven. Bead this : — Mrs. F. Simpson, Cornish Street, East Cobar, says: — ' For a consider able time I suffered a great daal from backache and kidney disorder, and anyone who has been subjeot to these distressing ailments will know what I went through. My baok used to aolio terribly, espeoially when I did iu-y stooping or housework, suob as washing or sweeping. But backache was not all; I used to suffer ngony from headaches, and often tlio pain wns nlmost unbearable. A friend of mine, knowing bow HI I wns, and having .heard about Doan's Backache Kidney Pills curing some one of similar symptoms, advised uie to try this remed...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

AGRICULTURAL ANDPASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. I These Noie» ire i«»ued «»ery week, under thejper«on»l supervision of the Hon. W. G. Ashford, Minister for Agriculture, NJ3.W., and *re basod mainly on the experience of the Department. *« . No. 200. AGRICULTURAL. PLANT IMPROVEMENT. Potatoes as a Subject. 'There is probably no more prornis- | ing erop for improvement than potatoos, j which tend to 'run out' or deteriorate moro rapidly than crop* propagated by Med.' So writes tho Plant Breeder in tho article on plant improvement, to which reference has previously beon mado. Tho subject was ono of those epocially dealt with in tho note* upon the visit of the proscnt writer to Now England last March, and readors will remember tho testimony of growors like Mr. 8. Collins, of Black Mountain, and Mr. W. Moore, senior, of Guyra, who con sistently select their seed from the best plants, and liavn fouud that it pays them to do so. Tho 'seod potato,1 ' says tho Plant Rreoder, is a vege...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

sura MARY. The A.W.U. Conference urges that 'the State Government immediately -take control of lind finance hospitals There ware 101 applicants for the position of sanitary inspector for Blayney. One applicant enclosed his phcto. Tbero is r. decinaso of 80,000 sheep 111 tlio Wileannia P P. district forthn ynnr, m.-l about. 2000 cattle, while tliorti iri a slight inuioaso in horses. l/io oor.Ji occurred Rt Banksia Privato Tliispital, Nvngan, of Mrs. Sullivan (49), wife 0f Mr. ,T. Sullivan, ®f Benadon, Marra Greek, after an -operation for appandioitis. According to tlie ' Western Advo «tttfl. writs are vory fashionable in Orange just now. Both newapapor ofiicnu Imve been sorv,.,l, and also a .number of private persons. Tliut-o is quite a mi!.! xnMialion nt Botirke bomuiKo an hot«l has nliainjoil Iihiifl^. The 'ocal pujxir piihlislie l a Uml.' eoliiniM of Htuff ho that the pub- - 3ic would know.all the excellent qua!- J it!os of tlw new l«sseo. ' Tyrao valoanlsed, bars fitted, wheels j...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

Advertise in ' Western Age' and your business will flourish. Paper Bags — AT — Age Office. Anthony Horderns' New Palace Emporium IS THE FARMERS' STORE Consult our Illus trated Price Lists for anything you want. Write for copies, post free on request, and reap I tbe full benefit of » Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices They Save You So vs. INTHONT BORDEKJJ & SONS || Limited Only Universal PravMen | | New Palace Emporium | j.a BRICKFIELD HILL,' SYDNEY ' | The Hudson 6-40 Car Ready for the Roa d- ? £535 Tlie lightness of the 1914 Hudson 6-40 accounts AeVj for its low fuel consumption, lessened depredation, ? ?t~,j smooth running, minimised tyre cost and all-round economy. It does the work of heavy cars — with- Rri out the increased upkeep. jra Vibration wastes power — the Hudson 6-40 ha« ™ ended vibration, at any speed. a This car has attained the utmost ' luxury of motion,' and no matter where you travel — along rough roads or across hilly country — you will find the Hudson 6-...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Passing Notes. P[?]HNCILLRD BY "STOCKWHIP." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

Passing: Notes. Pknoillkd by 'Stookwiiip.' There was great rejoicing HiiongMt Oobar citizens on Saturday ovening, wlion the AflB published tbe an nouncement that tho -lalioiitiira-hold- ors in the Great Cobar Company had 'enMad to rpsumo operation*. Th' l»tn|-le wore simply overcome with j:-y, and who can wonder? Rinco 4th April last yoi^r — just 11 months — this town has boon in a statu of stagnation, with vorv little nionov in circulation. Tho majority of our population has drifted away to other oantres, many leaving their wives and families hare in tlio expectation that liio mines would soon ro-n|ien and tlioy would thou return. Howover, it began to look as though this might novor happen, so quite a uumhor of tho man were compelled to send for tlioir familioB, boing unable to main tiin two hnnies r.n l.li-« comparatively small wages roceived in other parts. Probably somo of theSo will never come baok, having nntdo homes else where ; but a large number will. Of course it wqjild be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

- 1 ; i A. C. JOHNSTON, Dentist. Marshall-Street Near Star Hotel and Opposite F. T. McGinley. COBAR ^ TBE.KPRONK No. 1!l. VI8ITS CANBELEGO FORT ^ NIGHTLY. — Next visit, 9th to * 13th March. fc

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