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

THE PRINTING HOUSE OP THE WEST. All Classes of General and, Com mercial Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship — The Best. Ghar&?.Ci—Th-2! Lowest . ? I* V W'^iVwi1 Be Bat ton Street, Cobar.

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

We Print the News, THEREFORE, ' Age ' Advts. Pull. PUBLISHED: WEDNESDAY - - - - & SATURDAY. Telephone 57.

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

1 ? , He stepped into Dnahthr. / \ 0111* StOI*e ^ -. \ with a determination to oe ? \ better dressed. He bad read our I ? \ ac's- ? they read true. He was H ' 1 1 ,emPt8d ,0 come- He came. I I 1 stepped out | \ I oTfef wk / a better dressed I J man ? ! See the satisfied look on his face. B I i Note the faultlessly-gn.. : «l appearance jj -:j J ^ *? , ^ TO' he had imparted to his clothes— look at | y p j *' / are cut in — f Latest | ' i I tW-^S&y W patlitu- / ? X om-», . E '?® i i '*/ lar attention! \ E fe 1 of the athletic, per- 1 duerns, | C I ,U'V {ect'y ? constructed \ (hv*4 g \ Materials, 1 f, V D7 shouidera °f ^the \ jCjf ^ Colors. I J; Yet this is but a metaphor of what 6 u nuijdieua .« men are doing weekly. \4' f/ \ . ft They realise that the initial outlay costs X E 1 £j just as much for the badly-fitting Suit \ ?;Ij as for the c--rfectly-fittlng Suit \ ! D He directed his steps to Economy, H \ - ':-fl too, because, whilst he paid the same as H before, his new Suit w...

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

M. A. Padula.l THH OLDEST ESTABLISHED ' Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Qu always on band the best selected stook of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DISTRICT. Prices compared with the value of our goods, ore the lowest in Cobar. The only Qualified Resident Optician. Kwong On & Co. General Storekeepers and . Produce Merchants, CORN1SHTOWN, COBAR, Are pnpand to enter into oontroots (or enpplying Chinese for rihg-barking and ic rub-cutting, m well w Ohineee aerrsnta and oooks tor itations. ' LARGE STOCKS OF CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, ~ MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, carried. Cash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &c. HIGUEST PRICES GIVEN. Orders Promptly Attendod to. jHEI3Ee MORRISON Bros'. LINE OF Royal Mail Goaches Leave the Booking Office, next the Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, —i and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels, and Luggage ?tut be booked, delivered and pre paid at the Office at least ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

SALVA'xlON ARMY. Friday. — Holiness Meeting 8 p.m. Sunday. — Holiness Meeting 11 a.m. Sal vation Meeting 7.80 p.m. ' Captain Drylio. Lieut. Dudley.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

Latest Telegrams. Sydney. WednnRd» The Bathuret Labour Electoral Counoil has made some interesting suggestions to tbe Government in re gard to retrenchment. They inolude taxation of racing olubs and other amusement bodies, and an extension of the note issue. News has been received in Sydney that the steamer Surrey, a well known Australian trader, struck a mine off Dover and was aBliore near Deal. No ' merchant cargo is on board. * Spoaking At Leichhardt, the Mini ster for Education referred to tho capture of the enemies' trade. He said before we speak of capturing tho enemies' trade we must remember ' there was yet a possibility we may lope our own. Ifc must come home vividly and personally to every man that his servioes are wanted, and be , must prepare himself as quickly as possible for tbe oall. Melbourne, Saturday. A complete radio-telegrapbio ap paratus has been seized hy the mili tary authorities at the residence of a German in Melbourne. Council of the Churches at Perth asked...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Latest War News. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

Latest War News. 8YDNKY, Wednesday. xiie oaptain of theNorwcgiun atoa ?ner Thnrdis claims to lisve sunk a German submarine near Beaohy Head. The submarine was sighted 40 vards way, and fired a torpedo which missed by a few inches. Tito Thordis ?hen rammed the submarine's pori -onpo nnd n crash was hoard, but nothing more was scon of tho sub miuino. The Russians uro preparing fc0 ro sumo the offensive at Czernowisz. They havo already forced tho Aus trians to withdraw two miles from the town. Fresh Btisi-iau artillery is arriving at rovrsahoa, on tho extreme north ern Roumanian frontier. Operations at I'rsymsz havo been concludod. Two Gorman army oorps ''''I* to tho frontier, and 10.UU0 Germans nftpfurcd. 1300 ui.ii io nmuhiuo guns were also captured at Grodno. Austrians on the Carpathians un successfully attacked in massed form .atioikon the Lipkow Voulino front, and their losses wora enormous. The Daily News' says a Russian oavalry movement succeeded in cut ting tho Gdiiiiau liast P...

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

^PRESBYTERIAN. Cobar, Sunday, March 7, 1915.— n a.m., 'It is good, Pass it on.' 3 p.m., Sunday School. 7.80 p.m., ' Load. Kindly Light.' Short, bright servico. All aro welcome. ? David MacGregor.

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

Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHIJIMH. Cobar. Maps at 7.80 a.m. and 31 a.m. .k veiling Devotions at 7.80 p.m. Wrightville.— Ma&r ul 8 A.m.; Evouiog Devotions at 7.30 p.m. Very Eav. Dean Hughes, V.P, Bev. J. Boxtou.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Poor Old Cobar. To the Editor WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

Poor Old Cobar. To the Editor WESTEBN Age. Sir, — At tho handB of all the Go vernment Departments the only at tention our town receives is an occa sional good kick, as if the place wns doomed. The latest is the 'eflicieut' strength of the police force hits been reduced to five men, mid of Lhese tha Sergeant is undaratrnd to he leaving shortly. . Considering the undesirable class of men (some of (hem with criminal instinols almost equal to nt-) thing in tba State) who are now tomii'g lo Colin r, it is a shamo that llm poline furco should be reduced. f uroly Ibis is ii matter that tbe Coun cil should move over. — 1?ourR, &a., TOWNSMAN.

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

Wrightville Municipal Council A meeting of tbe Wrightville Mu nioipal Counoil was held in the Coun cil Chambers on Tuesday evening, February 23rd. Present: — Aid. Mar- shall (Mayor), Martin, Cassell, Geary, and Bucklaud. 'The treasurer's state ment showed the goneral fund in credit £20 Is 8d, and tho trust fund £77 9s 6d. Accounts amounting to £8 3s 9d wero passed for payment. On tlio motion of Aid. Bucklaud and Cassell, it was decided that ' tho shooting of wild ducks bn prohibited on tho Council's dams.' Tho Wright ville aldermen are evidently groat jokers, seeing that the Council doesn't possess a watorholo big enough to admit of one of the said aldermen bathing his feBt, let alone carry ducks. Perhaps they mean by ' dam' tho Council's waterhag, which sometimes hangs outside the Town Hall. Or perhaps tho resolution may luivohtan intended as sarcasm at the expense of Collar's civio fathers 1

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE LOST CHORD." SULLIVAN STRIKES IT AFTER FOUR YEARS' EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

'THE LOST CHORD.' SULLIVAN STRIKES IT AFTER FOITR YEARS' EFFORT. The following extract is taken from the 'Strand Musical Magazine,' Vol. I. (1895): — '1 was nursing my brother through a severe illness,' said Sir Ar thur Sullivan, 'aud hat* hardly left his bedside for several days and nights. Finding one evening that he had fallon into a doze, 1 crept away into a room j adjoining his and tried to snatch a few ? minutes' rest. I found this impossible, howftver. so I rouft*d myself to work. and made ono more of the many at- ' tempts during four years to set music to Adelaide Proctor's interesting words. This time I felt that the right inspira tion had come to me at last, and there and then 1 composed 'The Lost Chord.' That soug was evolved under the most trying, circumstances, anil was tho out come of a very unhappy and troubled state of mind.' — J.F.M.

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

Boxing. Beforo 10,000 spectators at ;the Sydney Stadium on Saturday night, Les Daroy, tho Maitland hoy, ]de foated Frank Loughrey, the hardliit ting American, on points in 20 roufids. The fight was woll oontestad through out, hut tho. Australian was always in as tor of tho situation, and finished up a winner by a good margin. ! Ilughio Mohegan Inst tha light woight championship of Australia to Herb. M'Coy in Melbourne on Satur day night. When tlio 14th round sums Mohegan, who was behind in points, and whoso training was said to havo bean affooted by his brother's death, was unable to lift his arm, and his towol was thrown in. Hundrods wore unable to obtain admission to the Brisbane Stadium on Saturday night, when Wave Geike fought Fred Melville a draw. The latter was aujti down foi eight suconds in tho first round hy one of Geike's swift rights. Tho roforoe's decision of a draw was received with cheera. Referring to tlie recent fight in Melbourne between Mink King (Aus tralia) and J...

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

WAR— THEN AND NOW, A little more thau a century ago Britain, with a population of about a third its present Bizc, was maintaining an immense array, scattered over the wqbd. In 1800 tho local Militia alone numbered ' t',000, and thc*o were kept in trainigg until the peace of 1813. More than half a million men wcr- garrisoned in tho United Kingdom, an other 22,000 Regulars were- fightiug in i Portugal, while in India, Ceylon, tbe ! West Indies, North America, the Medi terranean, Cape of Good Hope, and Madeira were large bodies of British troops struggling to keep the Empire together. Thirteen hundred Regulars guarded the convicts of New South Wales, and 10,000 more were on tne high seas. And, in spite of a long war, costing £1,000,000 a wock, tbe coun try managed to redeem millions of un funded debts and show a brave front to the world, with bread at Is. lOd. a loaf.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Occidental Co. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

The Occidental Co. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. Tbe 51M. hilf-yearly meeting of -haroholders in Ilia Oocidantal Gold Mining Company, N L, was held at tho ollioa, Bnulloy-streot, Cohar, at noon on Hatinday, 27th ultimo. Mr. Philip Oakdtin (chairman of directors) presided, and there wero also present .\l«H-r* C. It. M'Konsiie, W. II. Ban Mister, John Leah, M. J. Duffy, M. f!. O'fjrinly, G. O. Tulloli, W. ti. Phillips and W. Poison, whilo ovor 40 000 shares wero reprosoutod by proxy. Tbe halanoo sheet and roport, ware received aud adoptad, on the motion of the ohairman and Mr. Snelsou. The directors in their report stated that tha half year's opeiatioiiB havo not resulted as satisfactorily as was anticipated. A strike, and stnppago for want of water, materially in o.renoid th-- rnut. of production whioh the directors have used thoir utmost endeavours to reduce. During tlie half-year tha following expenditure was found advisable: Upon general plant, in addition to ordinary currant repairs nud i...

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

THE BIGOEST SOLDIER. The Ulster Volunteer Force, unbeaten iu its record of giving recruits and money since the war began, is also un beaten in the record for big men. Ser geant J. Bryau Stewart, of. the lltli (U.V.F.) Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 32 years of age, is 6 feet li inch in height; chest, 43.45 inches; and weigh ing 24 stones, be is believed to be tbo biggest man iu the whole British Army at homo or abroad. Though of such great , stature, he ia. an international water 'polo player,*- an' old 'Varsity Rugby, man, a keen motorist, and a sports enthusiast. Sergeant Stewart is anl'Euni8killen 'niarrj and; has two brothers iu the Army, one a veterinary surgeon, Lieutenant Charles Stewart, servin'grat .the* front, 'ari'd another, Lieu tenant Jack Stewart, in Kitchener's Army. 'Few regiments could beat»tho ' record *o'f 1 the ! Ilth Inniskillings in the : stature of their men. The A and B Companies, which are all drawn from Donegal and Fermanagh, have several men over 0 feet, so...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PRINCE'S GOOD-BYE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

THE PRINCE'S GOOD-BYE. The following account of the depar ture of the Kiug from France is sont by a special correspondent of the Lon don 'Evening News': — For a few moments the King and the Prince stood talking on the deck. Then the Prince came on shore and stood on the edge of the quay. Ttte King remained standing on tho promenade deck, under cover from the rain, near the uftcr-cabin. The little group oi spectators respeeutuiy witn drew some yards *rom the Prince, leav ing him h solitary figure on the quay side. For some moments the King and the Prince stood in silent contemplation of each other in .the fast failing light, it was an impressive, affecting spec tacle. The hawsers were cast off, aud slowly the vessel moveu from her moorings. The Prince stood at the salute, motion less; the Kinfc saluted in reply. The vessel moved silently out into the gathering darkness. The Prince stood on the quayside for the last glimpse of his father. Then, with a final salute, he returned and re-...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Same Old Trick. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

Same Old Trick. Joseph Cook, aged 28, described as aa tm. S holsterer, was before Mr. Curtis Bennett, f charged, on remand, at the Marylebone Poikfi / Court, Londou, with committing robbciita. The prisoner called at honsee, and represented that ho bad been sent by fTtrrrtriin trmHrrmwu firm to repair the blinds. The sarranta at first demurred at admitting Mmt ^ ^ plausiblo wero his assurances that it was ,4aH ritrhL' thnt tr» ? ? » conducted him to the various looms, a ' course of his operations he n^oeetei that Iks wrvant accompanying him ebonld lateh laa some oil, and this having been- brooght m d the job completed, he left. Almost fame dlately afterwards watches, rings, liiniufciia. chains, and other articles of jewefiesy we missed from various bedrooms — mostly tbe servants' bedrooms*. ITie prisoner* havxafr pleaded guilty, Mr. Curtis Bennett sentenoS f'm to six months' hard labour . oa eaflh ol the first two charges, and three aootfts oa fbo aU °ther two — 18 ' 1

Publication Title: Western Age
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A Bachelor's Nieces. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. COPYRIGHT. CHAPTER XIX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 March 1915

A Bachelor's Nieces, PUBLISHED BY bfJOlAT, A1WANOEMBNT. ffy St-ora HuddeH, A*thor of ' Footpriit'* Iu the Snow,' 'Tfc* Brvken 'Bent*Uith» W»tV *' A lHttcr Birthright,' 'The Drift ?( Fate,' ' The Secret vt tki River,' ?♦Tba L*«t 8if»al,' ' A Hidden Obaim/' ' A OcubUj Sw*#tk**rt,' 4,Hir Firm'** Trnt,' On G«H«n Hhi '? A F*r-«1 Pwt,' ^ j * ?? HU Will aad Htrs,' fto., A*. 1 w OOPTRIGXT. CHAPTER XIX.— (Continued.) Sir Gerald took up the newspaper. ' In it he raw a favourable review of one of hi** books. But he read it with indifference.- a* there was no kind woman's voico to con gratulate him on his success. So he-put th-- paper in his desk, thinking Betty would likr to see it. ??I think we will go to bed now, Noll,' h- said, stroking the' animal's head. The littl«: dog seemed only too pleft»ed, and trotted after her mAftcr upstairs, wont straight to her cushtiStd basket placed ir a oorncr of his room, and curlod herself up iuto a ruiitid white ball, and was hoon fa«t asleep. Sir Gerald w...

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

Notice of Marriage.   AT the residence of Mr. S. A. Ben-   nett, on the 22nd August, 1881, the marriage of William Randall, bachelor, with Rosanna Burt, widow, was solemnized by Rev. James Lund, of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, Cobar, the witnesses being the said Mr. S. A. Bennett and his wife, Mary Bennett. Present address : — Garden Farm, Nymagee.

Publication Title: Western Age
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