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THE BRAINSTURM. EXAMPLES OF PRUSSIAN KULTUR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

THE BRAINSTURM. EXAMPLES OF PRUSSIAN KULTUR. We arc Detcrmlnlsls, and blame nobody (writes Robert Thompson in the Clarion). But when a man-eating tiger aLtacks a vil lage It la customary to humiliate him by making him incapable of further mischief. That is what must be done with the Kmii prinz wno nas oeen crying tor cavalry charges 'ending in a clash with a foe.' This must be done with all the clever tribes of Bern* hardls, Trletschkes, and all the Braiiisturm of 'intellectual' professors. There is Richard Zoosmann, for instance, a favorite author, who tells the Dutch that the Germans do not seek their friendship, 'because friendship is only possible between equals, but no people on earth even approach Germany as a cultured nation. We are simply incomparable;' and he modestly adds that 'because our position in the world is unattainable by others we are envied and feared by the whole world.' There is the pacifist and Internationalist Professor Ostwald, professor of chemistry at Leip...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLAYING THE DEATH GAME. FRIENDSHIP ACROSS FIRING LINE. BATTLE INTERLUDES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

PLAYING THE DEATH GAME.] FRIENDSHIP ACROSS FIRING LINE. BATTLE INTERLUDES. Hdwln CIcary, London l-Mily Express cor respondent In Northern Krunce, writes.— ? Vein may lead a horse to water, but -mi cannot make him drink, and in thu same waj you can tell the naked truth about tho tro n- clics, but you cannot compel tho dlsbelleM.r l°N» mil' milesH .'0 hus been closely assncl- ! witu thiu war. cun possibly understand how human beings paying the n|0nfL^:.1^ can live in long lines of triMiclieH. facl iK tacli other, not twcnty-llvo yards apart, and ex change across tho separating space tol«ici.i-, wine, newspapers, Jokes, and bullets. Jet these things happe' dally over KucUoii ot .i battle front M0 miles In length. It should bu easy to bellevo that a gamo embodying all we know of agony must havo some Uttle relaxation for tho men playing it or they would go mad. Sear Armentleres the same men have I faced each other In their trenches for teven ? -I ? ? ...111, thnlr Iw.IlflM OXtlOHL'd. llU...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAN AT THE KEYHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

MAN AT THE KEYHOLE. Sir John Simon, speaking at Bolton, said something about the mistakes made by the German Secret Service about the temper of the British people. 'The man who spends his life with his eye to the keyhole gets no thing bv it except an inflamed eye.' Through which inflamed eye tho Germans have man-. ... .1 rrnnri mnnv thincrR that do not exist and to overlook a good many other tilings which to a normal vision arc clear '^r. ''.Maurice Low, In the North Review, condemns the spy system which 'all Govern ments employ In greater or less degree.. 'It Is a state of affairs so shocking, so disgraceful, so vicious that It reflects upon civilisation, and withal It Is so futile. No nation profits by It. certainly no nation can Trust In the good faith or tho candor of Its miles If the world Is to be freed frow the menace of militarism, the first requirement s the banishment of the spy. whose employ ment is as revolting to moral conscience as the poisoner and tho lilrea assaBBin....

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUR THOUSAND COOKS. TOMMY'S DAILY FOOD BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

FOUR THOUSAmTcOOKS. TOMMY'S DAILY FOOD BILL. From letters which arc being received dally from tho Front, It Is evident that whatever other comforts Tommy may* lack, ho Is being well fed. 'We arc living like Itghtlng-coeks,' st^ys one man in the tren ches and our French Allies have nothing but praise for the wonderful manner in which the commissariat department of the British Army nas ueeu When It Is considered that our troops at present consume well over a hundred tons of meat a day, and that there are something like 4000 cooks at the Front, who have to be kept supplied with' foodstufTs for Tommy, It will be obvious that the work of Quarter master-General Sir William Robertson, who, by the way, is an ex-ranker, and who Is re sponsible for the feeding of the army, is of a particularly arduous character. Divided Into one man's share, the follow ing table shows exactly what the British Tommy is allowed cach day:— l%lh. of fresh meat, or lib. of preserved meat; l%lb. bread, 4o x. bacon;...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERCESSION. SUNDAY, JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

INTERCESSION. SUNDAY, JANUARY 3. (By ALFRED NOYES, In the Dally flhrrnlele.) Now the muttering gun-fire dies, * Now the night has cloaked the slain, Now tint stars putrol tho skies, Hear our sleepless prayer again! Thoy who work their country's will. Fight and die for Britain still. Soldiers, but not haters, know Thou must pity friend and foe. Thereforo hear, Both for foe and friend, our prayer. Thou whose wounded Hands do reach Overy every land and sea Thoughts too deep for human speech Riso from all our souls to Thee; Deeper than tho wrath that burns Bound our hosts when day returns; Deeper than the peace Uiat tills All these trenched and waiting hills. Hcar.'O hear, Both for foe and friend, our prayer. I'ity, deeper than tho grave, Sees, beyond the death we wield, Faces of the young and brave i-iurieu against us in mo neni. Cannon-fodder! They must come. Wo must slay them, and be dumb; i Slaughter, whllo we pity, these | Most implacable enemies. j Master, hear. Both for foe and f...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH M.P. AND FRENCH CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

ENGLISH M.P. AND FRENCH CHURCH. .Mr. 1(111 Malcolm. M.P., writing from Paris lo the Parish Paper of All Saints', Margaret atreot, London, o £ wlilcli ho la churchwar dU'irSthe streets are comparatively full, you should see tl.o churches. They are beset ..s nevnr hnfr.ro nt tho dally services, and on Sunday there la scarcely standing-room to he found. There must be some politicians in France, upon whose heads a heavy weight of 'coals of lire1 Is resting, when one remem bers the attitude of the State towards the Church In recent years. Ot course, I am prejudiced, but still I believe that the State ilnds the Church now, as always, an absolute necessity, in the last extremity, to the peaco of the country, and an Immense stimulus iu Its patriotism both In life and death. ? 'I havo heard some wonderful sermons ' from the lips of famous French preachers ' ring the last few weeks, recruiting sermons and others, dealing not only with the right eousness of this war, but also with the dan cers...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAND-TO-HAND. MANCHESTER'S CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

HAND-TO-HAND. MANCHESTER'S CHARGE. One battalion of the Manchester Regi ment came from India, and was iu time to aid In driving back the desperato efTort of the Prussian Guard to hack Its mrough to Calais. This regiment took part in a smart little engagement recently, us losses Dcing, as losses go In this war, quite out of pro portion to the advantage gained and tho surprise given to the enemy. It happened | near a village which had been so battered and swept with shells and bullets that scarcely a cottage stands whole. The enemy had occupied trenches near the village in great force, and, having, as they thought, made their left flank secure from attack, were treating the Indian troops opposing them on their right flank to. a fierce rifle and artillery fire— the usual pre monition of an assault en masse, when they were astounded to hear an English hurrah close at hand. It was In tho seml-twillght, and owing to tho peculiar conformation of the ground and a certain stratagem, the Manc...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

\\l e still have a fair number of re&- good sooond-lmnd bioyoles most ly fitted with new tyres and fiLMiiRR 1.0 £7.~ H DoQOXR. .£:iJ8ioy-8troot.3

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROMOTED ON BATTLEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

PROMOTED ON BATTLEFIELD. Many privates who have gone out to the war will retu-n as corporals, many corpor als will come back as sergeants, and non commissioned officers will have received commissions. For the vacancies caused by officers who have died in battle during the present campulgn arc filled immediately, of ten on uiu sumo o.iy. general onicer in command has the power to promote on the battlefield, according to circumstances. If an army Is to be efficient during active ser vice it must havo leaders to replace those killed without delay. On such occasions the usual official regulations are Ignored, and the commander picks his man from the ranks and verbally conveys to him that he has been given a higher rank. Perhaps the promoted soldier will be killed on tho same day: then another is put in his place, and so the fighting machine Is kept efficiently working, despite casualties which rob troops of their leaders. A soldier la often promoted on tho battle field for carrying out ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

Religious Services. MKTUODIST SunJny, M.-.rcl: 7ib - Col ur. 11 a.m., Mjbs Tbomns SundayScliool,3p.m. 7.30 p.m., Mr. Dart. ml»jcct, 'Ilowmucb IhJttcr, then, U ft man tban a Bbcep.*' The Western Afi«. Witt: which is incorporated The Cobar Herald, estab. 1877. 6ATIJRDAY, MARCH G. 191S.

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BARBAROUS GERMANS. BRITISH WORST TREATED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

BARBAROUS GERMANS., BRITISH - WORST TREATED. Details of life in a prisoners' camp on the Baltic coa»t aro given In the Paris Temps by a French doctor near Arras: — 'I was lodged' (Ihe doctor writes) 'with eight other doctors who hail vainly protected, like myself, in a tent .with a littlo straw ami a couple of hlanketsi Wo remained thuH for nearly two monthH— 58 dhys exactly — without undressing. we received no pay In spite of tho conventionH agreed to 1-y Ger many at Tho Hague. Wo had only the right to send to tho canteen for our food nnd pay for It out of tho money which toad been left us. 'I witnessed lamontablo scenes In thu camp. The soldier prisoners slept on straw under canva* tents, which afforded them insufficient shelter, nnd their whole food consisted of coffer, half a pound of bread, and two plates of soup per diem. Shortly after our arrival we saw an old man beaten so violently by somo German soldiers that he died tho next day. 'Thero was in tho wimp almost the entire m...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

SUMMARY. Bowaro of tho woman who nover complains about her husband. Moot peoplo are Inavo enough to en dure tho misfortunes of others. Man is mudn of dust, which ex plains why sonio men nro always dry. Tiio Bendiuo nmster bakorn lmvn decided to inciease the pricoof bread to lOd per 41b loaf. A Novertiro man says that Novor tiro -rosidfiita ar» developing a ltiuk in tlio nfick through looking for rain. Miss Gertrude Ilogaii, daughter of Mrs. W. J. Ilogiin, of Stratkfield, who is still studying musio in Lon don, has composed two clover Russian dances, which aro to Uo published shortly in London. It is iiudcistocd a mcotiiig of tho Lithgow union delegates will shortly bo held hi !!,p; 'v;',cso -?( diEoussing a scheme to provide for tlio wives, fam ilies and relatives of unionists nt pre sent with tlio forces. Early 011 Sunday morning last a lire destroyed a six-roomed cottage, known as Andrews' old butcher's shop, situated near tbe mine, one of tlio oldost buildiugs in Cobar. Tho origi...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Minister for Education Resigns. PERSONAL REASONS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

Minister for Education Re signs. PERSONAL REASONS. Sydney1, ^Friday, Mr. Carmichnel, Minister for Pub lic Instruction, has resigned bis port folio. Tbe news came ns a complete surprise to bis oolleagues. Tbe reBBon is understood to bo one of purely personal consideration, and no ques tion aueeting the poiioy ot the .Labor Pnrty or the Government is involved. Later. Mr, Carmiohaol when interviewed stated that personal differences be tween himself nnd Mr. Holmau wero largely big motive in resigning.

Publication Title: Western Age
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War Items. RECRUITING FALLING OFF. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

War Items. RECRUITING FALLING OFF. Sydney. Saturday. This weok's rooruiting is disap pointing, and it is practically certain that tho thousand mark will not bo reached. Ovor 200 members of tho Sydnoy Univorsity nro on nctivo sorvioo. The Prime Ministor, Mr. Fisher, declines to commit himself to any expression of opinion regarding a eoliomo to settle cx-Imporial sorvico men in Australia after the war.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

THE PRINTING HOUSE OF THE WEST. All Classes of General and Com mercial Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship — The Best. Charges — The .'.qw'.deu !T'£ I ' Western Age/' Barton Street , Cobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

ir^rry~\ He stepped uto Drtsa X \ our Store . \ with a determination to Se ? \ better dressed. He had read our I ' A~SgiA V \ ads. ? they read true. He was B ? / ' ' ? \ tempted to come. He came, I Aiid stepped out ] ( /Ph / a better dressed \ / man ? ! | See the satisfied look on his facc. ! Note the fauitlcjsly-gri'i.ii-i'il appearance j / J-e had imparted to Ins clothes— look at j : /'*? . s'v „ /the fine style ^ ( ; / f'-' / are cut in— f \ latest j i» . / pjy particu- / \ styles, ' i '? tiiiiiS#/ lir attention J Gk=-«3 \ o, t 1 °' ,he athletic, per- \ Patterns, : 1 \ Ksf/ -ect!y - constructed \ p.5? d 1 Materials, ? j \ W Riders Of ^ the \ ^ Colors. i Yet this is but a metaphor of what ' * hundreds of men are doing weekly. s 5 They realise that the initial outlay costs *5':*j{a \ 3 '? . jtt«t s- much for the badly-fitting Suit \ e ' 5 as for the perfectly-fitting Suit. \ j - 5 He directed his steps to Economy, \ \ '? ' too, becausr, whilst he paid the same as A « i'M&m ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

M A. Padulaj THH OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Hi* always on hud the beat selected ?took of lewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DISTBIOT. Prices compared with the value of our goods, ore the lowest in Cobar. The only Qualified Resident Optician. Kwong On & Go. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, An fttpand t« tntcr into oontraeti lot ? mylyiaf OhliMM (or rinj-baiHnf and j ?erab-rattinf, a* well u Ohino* tacranti , tad Kob foe stations. labgb STOCKS OF CROCKERY, ! IRONMONGERY, GROCERY. MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, oarried. Cash buytn of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &.o. HIGHEST PEI0K9 GIVEN. Orders Promptly Attancfod bo. ? . 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 Fares, Parcels, and Luggage must be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

T ****'& - ' - --r ^^,-f » y-y-«. — — — — I ^ 1 1111 mira^ I a IRgfesr l)i . fta,Tanff-«rg--«sMi- 1 iSilHiilSMMiiil Hi ^^f^-rr^nn^rra riw m km * 1 ^KEM-TT IB.RE^RyjS^i)?^ § |Sji ? — ? la ' '- i.jlm.i - —r-Mf -r-ntT^u. ?.«.-?».? ? i^tum iuuhhw mm h.uwiijji. jw uj iL.Jjminiiiii»iMUiafl pjpYOu mnniE bdt returns for I /f*- ?''*? .' ' '?'?*? ''™ ft ff j j PROuuuslas^dSi Ourv i I T 8=? V I |' HARR!S0,?lJ0NE5sDEVllN 1ID If i 5j/0N£y v«* 'OF5f!!jN0 BROKERS ONLY. |i :' '.. ? ? ? ? i H ? t„ ? ? ? ? ? | The New Autumn Suitings j| | Have Come ,., | icjjpb — /irsf to Murdoch's in Park-st., g ' . °f course, for each of the Mills is 0 n^WKS jS Qlways anxious for 'the Lion's J f\ \ v / A#-v^ Share ' of this big store's trade . j / i W Despite the roll of war drums j j | 1/ My your Autumn Suit— it a Murdoch / in ' 1 1 — cos' on^ tcJjH * 50/-, 551- or 631 j I Ti I to Personal Measure , 1 \ \ JSK. anc* Wl^ llP ',e m'nu'e i'1 | 'M j \ \ j jfUg s/y/e and made under our guaran- | ? |j j Vll^r^ 'c...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Canbelego Chatter. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

Canbelego Chatter, An old frioud at Cnubologo sands along a clipping from tho organ of tho tramway omployoos, oontaining an account of a tour into tiio country of n toam of tramway crickotors. 1:10 laibcr wu uoiieo 1110 names of livo oil Gohur district play ore, viz., Percy Roberts (0110 Lima of Wi iglitvii!:1) and Tom Ilickey (for morly of Caiibeleg.i). Porcy nppaara to still rolain Ihu gre:-.', form I13 dis played in many mulches played in and around Go bar, for ill each match of tbo tour hohoLh hatted and bowlod with considerable success. At Young ho t'.coroil 10S (retired), and at Wood stock ho mnilo oxactly llio samo num ber nnd also retirod, and 53. Roberts also socurcd tho bowling avorago for llio tour. Old Wrightvillo and Cobar willow-wielders will bo pleased to hoar of Percy's success 011 tlio cricket tiold, for ho was very popular in thoso parts, boing a fine fellow in overy way, and a thorough sport. Tom Hickoy, who also did well with tho lint during llio lour, will likow...

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