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A Belligerent Ram. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

A Belligerent Ram. A contributor tiills the following y in ii in the ' Uoiiild' of Mareh 1st, 1890:— A Mnri.linguy friend of mine onco owned a ornsslircd rein - nliniit. tint niont iioinlinlivo sheep that over . i ? i .. ... H..M r-« ? ? siniiii on lour ii'K*. iju 11 k' ''.i UnnH, liorM-, foot or nrtillery. Ilo \\n. qu to indilTurent to ulmt ho riOil* mod liix hi* ill I into, mill would just II.-, Minn ell.' ICO mi iron limit, if llv r.|iH|ie or eolni- aiin«yi-d liiiu. Ono ilny ' Hilly ' was mooning alioiit tho nui.-liirts of llio llnek near tlio road when lio saw n gentleman loiwu roly wnlkiui: in advanco of n buggy that wns coming along nhout n quarter of a in ilo holiind. Hilly snilTed tho ^:r very suspiciously, and gently am bled olT to investigate tho stranger. Tlio man wns huiied in profound Lliuught, mill failed to liotico his in leiviuwur. l^ow -v iiinim nun bwu 111 vorito mothods of nttnek, think and roar, nnd alter a iiiomont's study do omed on tlio latter, anU (lien waite...

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

Sheep Stealing. At tho Colmr Polioo Court yoBtor day morning, heforo Moswrs. N. Mor rison and John Leah, J.'sP., Robert Glashen and Loslto Hooker wore oluirgod with stealing, in company, 1111 iaoru 111 uijiiij, linn hiiunp, tiio pro pnrty of Samuel Eves, of Scrubby Valloy, six miles from Collar. Sergonut Kinkado prosucutod, aud Mr. Duffy appoarod for tlio uccuuod. Constnhlo Taylor doposod — On 23rd Fohriinry Inst ho saw a man namod Lionel Androws. From some thing ho told wiknoss ho wout with him to a plncn 5J miles from Cobar. Thoro saw the tracks of a lioreo and cart and of two men. Ono of tbo men's trauks wns mado by n ruhhor lion! aud nnothor by a nailod boot. About fivo yards away, under a wilga trco, lie saw somo blood, piocos of shitup .skiu and wuol, while on a limb of the trco was blood-stained wool. Ho followed tlio tracks of tho cart, which lori towards a scrubby valloy 011 the Wrightvillo road, to a liouso. Followed tho road for 400 yards, in company with Andrews, ovoutua...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATTLE OF THE COAST. DIN OF CONFLICT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

BATTLE OF THE COAST. DIN OP CONFLICT. A British Officer writes:— La fete de Noel' has ended in a blazing firework display: Krupp's Benefit. At 2 o'clock in the morning I was on the coast many miles away from tho battle line. It was intensely cold— a night of steel stars glimmering In an lce-bluo sky. At such a time sound travels extraordinary distances. From far away came tho sharp yap of foxeB barking, now and again the howling of a dog, and then the owlish hoot, hoot of a steamer crawling affrlghtedly * along tho shoals marking thejioastline. Then suddenly there burst upon the -waiting ear tho tre mendous thud arid echo of big guns at sea, the answering snarl *- of tho land artillery, merged at length Into the din of conflict so familiar to us now that wo tako Uttlo or no notice -?f it. Tho battering and hammering camo from the hnrrltd terrain north of Nleuport— a more than usually fierce renewal of that eternal Battle of tho Coast which bids fair to .outdis tance In the matter of...

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

Departure of Sergeant Kinkade, A well nttondod public mooting, prosidod ovor by tho Mayor (Aid. M J Duffy) was held nt tho Council Chambers ou Thursday afternoon for tho purpo8o of mnking arrange ments to rocognisoSergoant Kinkado's -tcrling q'i:i!il,ioi us a pilieu ollicur and privato citizen, during tho many years ho has bean iu Colmr, prior to his departuro for Rvdo. Tho Mayor stated ho had sont a wiro to tho Inspootor-Gouoral in Sydney requesting permission to inako a presentation. It wan docided to prp^onf. .Sorg'iiinf; Kinkido with a geld watch and that the presenta tion tako placo at tbo Council Cham bers on Wednesday evening, 10th instant. Tho town clerk (Mr. J. Ilealy) was appointed secretary and treasuror of tlio movemout Tlio In speotor-Gonoral lias given his sanction to tlio function, and a substantial sum has alroady been subscribed, notwith standing tlio bad times, to tho uiovo mont.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT CULTURE IS. GALSWORTHY SPEAKS OUT. "MOCKERY OF RELIGION." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

WHAT CULtURE IS. GALSWORTHY -, SPEAKS OUT. 'MOCKERY OP RELIGION.' It Is only John Galsworthy in his Thoughts on This War, In Scrlbner's, who Is ublo ut onco to speak In perfect cliuracter und to convey something -of tho shuddering rovul slon which this horrible war has wrought In the finest natures. , Here wc quote sonic passages from Mr. Galsworthy's artfcle:— 'THIS MONSTROUS MOCKERY.' 'Tho hundred thousand church spires raised to the glory of Christ! Threo h iu - dred million human creatures bttX-c»a«Ml His service! And— war to the death of them all! 'I trust the Almighty to give the vic tory to my urms!' 'Let your hearts boat to God, and your fists In the face of the enemy 'In prayer wu call God's blessing on our valiunt troops!' . 'God on the lips of each potentate, ami under the hundred thousand spires prayer that 22 million servants of Christ may re ceive from God the blessed strength to teal and blow each other to pieces, to ravage ami burn, to wrench husbands from * fathers ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fire at a Hospital. AN INFANT PERISHES. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

Fire at a Hospital. AN INFANT PERISIIEH. SYDNUY. Saturday. Nurso Turnrr'H CotUigti' I [.,«pUnl at Gunning, 11 wooden hiiildiug, wax do troyod by firo last night. Dcctor Tumor, wftb somo niuinliiirH of his family, cscaped with difficulty, but I .is infant child polished in tlio (lmni-8 A patient with a few hours old Imby narrowly escaped.

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

WRIT SARCASTIC. Mr. Silas Hocking hus a very, sarcastic let ter In the British Weekly. 'I think the writer of your special article is deserving ot very particular thanks for un earthing and making public tho deplorable fact that there are ministers In England (a very small minority, lt'is true) who are so Inst tn nil Christian feelinc thnf thi.v tually pray lor our enemies, and speak of 'poor, dear Germany.' Could moral terpl tude go lurther? 'No doubt these misguided men try to hide themselves behind such antiquated and outKrown texts as 'Love your enemies,' 'Do good to them that lrnto you, and pray for them that despltefully use you and perse- , cute you,' forgetting that circumstances alter cases, und that morality is largely a question of geography. 'Might - I be allowed to suggest that a black list be compiled of these unworthy men (I had nearly, written 'brethren'), so that their names be held up to tho Just scorn of all devout souls. 'An ovil like praying for your enemies mig...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Donald Macdonnel Memorial. UNVEILING ON MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

Donald IVIacdonnel Memorial. UNVEILING ON MAR0H 9. Arrangements liava been com pleted by tho Geuoral Secrotnry of the A.W.U., Mr. E. Grayii^ler, for tbe unveiling of tbe Donald Macdonell Memorial on Tuesday next. March 9. at 3 p.m., at Stuart Mill (V.). The ceremony will bo performed by the PreBideut of tho A.W.U., Mr. W. G. Spence, Poslma8ler-Gouoral, nnd it is nuticipnted that Senators Barnes and McKiitfiock, Mr. J. McNeill ( secretary Victoria-Rivorina Branch, I A.W.U.), and a number of other lead ing ij?.no'rtq W'll bp presort. Tho memorial takos the form of a huge mnsB of Harcourt granite in tho rough, weighing ten tons, bearing 011 one side a bronzo medallion of Dopald Macdonell, whilst tho in scription sets out that the monument has been erected to the memory of tho former General Secretary by members of tbe A.W.U. There also appears ono of Rodorio Quinn's fine VerppR — ' Ho hns mounted hiahoreo and smiled fare well. And rides whoro tlio shadows fall. Honor Lun, men of Uie Wc...

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

i Advertise in ' Western Age 44 and your business will flourish. Paper Bags — AT — Age Office. HGrdercs' For Everything * ATIIEP.SP Ju Uio rift7 »e v..V» \ r..;cr cnc roof ?-:».$ fyjsts c-r ror.yr? mi y I'M'.;, rT.ri: r.n-*» r.u c*u. I f: r :: -« *; ? ? o r.nfl K..- ? *.;? ««a I:.-. ;;2:iins fl ; ? -t .*'.t lir.r. --.l iov ? \ \o tlio iVhyr/.snl * ;il uylift f t Hocli'iy. un.1 -.:ny KsfdcrRS' I ciiiioi's Low Prices irrtLENCc Al.-J ECGIICH/ Couatry' cuotoiacr* orderinc tlr.cu.jh the post nro treated in . »; »y as ihoee baying at *'s cc-^a'eru. Tii* aami prices ?? clirj-tytd selections nro made from tlio -amt otocis, and every tMaf sect to tb« country is care fully pockiirt by experienced inea. Wilte for Price 2*lsts of ft ny- ttlnT yon ws»at, post free on re -(U- jl. Anthony Kordern & Sons Ltd., OM-Y UNIVERSAL Pi;oViOE«c. -.'ZV.- VALr.CE EK?ORIl ,V. | ' . f.XKFiELD MILL, SYDNEY. I ' )V- r la a H u dson 6-40 Car ::Xe~,dy fa-r the Road-- ? -S583 1 i.r i ^ S5 of ihc 101 ? i ! 6-...

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Railway Accident Near Hay. ENGINE AND TRUCKS LEAVE THE RAILS. DUE TO DUSTSTORM [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

Railway Accident Near Hay. ENGINE AND TRUCKS LEAVE THE RAILS. DUE TO DUSTSTORM On Thursday last tbo train from Nnrnndora to Ilay dorailod under extraordinary circumstanccs. It appears tho train left Carralltool about an hour lato, and, as a strong south wind prevailed, was not ap parently making up lost timo. A good deal of dust was blowing, and wlion it roachcd n levol crossing 011 lililawa, noar what is known us tbo Box Gate, tlio passongers wero sur prised to find lli-! train pull up. It was thou found lhal the dust, which had boon swooping ovor Ihu plain all day, had piled up on tlio lino till the rails woro covorod near tho crossing gato. This bail causod tho engiuo to ler.vo tho rails and 11111 for a con siderable distance, partly on tiio sleopers and partly on the uorlhoni embankmont. An examination show ed that iu addition to tho ongino, tho tondor, and two empty sheop vans had loft tho rails. A third van re mained 011 tbo lino, whilo a fourth had two front whooln off. Tho s...

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

H-E-A-N-'S BEST FOR CHRONIC COLD3. , 'The cough mixture I ni:u!i: IVuin Mean's Essence is the best rc:-,iL'(iy I have ever used for chronic colds.' I curcd myself in .1 very short time, and can safely recommend it to nnyonc who suffers with throat and chest complaints.'— I. C. Mac Vicar, Colo Creek, N.S.W. Making cough mixture at Iioinc with Mean's Essence is so wonderfully eco nomical and the mixture. you make is so good, that users promptly recom mend Mean's Essencc to others. Every bottle you use saves at least 10/- for your pocket. Tliis home-made Mean's Ksscnce Cnii^h Kcincily gives imtant and coinfurlint; relief from all 1 he usual family coughs ami colds. As a gargle for sore throats it stands a champion. It is pleasant to take, is entirely free from harmful drags, and is nlwavs vnluaUe in cases of Asthma, lironcliitis. Croop anil Whooping Cough. I lean's Essence is sold by mosr chemists mid stores, or post free on receipt of price, from f{. W. Heap, 178 Castlcreagh Street, S...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest War News. SYDNEY, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

Latest War News. Sydney, Saturdnv Tlio pi ess bureau announces that tho Gorman submarino U8 was sunk by destroyers of tho Dover flotilla. Tho crow nro prisonors, and they state that fclio had been cruising in a radius of 1200 miles. uunng 1110 lighting at ivorjelt, JL'o land, tho infantry hrigado of tho 20th East Prussian army corp3 suffered tremendous casualties, and GOO pris ouors woro taken. Peasant 111011 and womon iu north em Poland, during tlio Gorman inva sion, armed tiiomselveB with old muzzlo-loaders, scytheB hnd hay forks and voluntarily patrolled tho roads and forests. Somo Gormans wero captured. Tho Austro-Hungarian censorship is becoming increasingly sevoro. Nev ertheless they bIiow that a tromoud ous conflict is raging along tho wholo of tho Carpathian front. The Germans aro concentrating their efforts to break through tlio Russian fortified lines noar tho Prus sian frontier by capturing tho fortress nt Orsowetz. A battle which is re garded as of high importance is pro...

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

Tyres vulcanised, bars fitted, wheoU ' repaired, or any class of motor or | ovi'lt* work. — I). DOQtiUIi, Linsloy ' etroet.4 I

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Cobar Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

Cobar Municipal Council. Tbo usunl mooting of tlio nbove Oounoil was hold on Wodnosday even ing. PruHont : — Aid. Duffy (Mayor), Iioah, Condon, Woollutt, Francisco, Davidson, and Pnilula. Aid. Leah, Francisco and Condon woloomoil tbo Miivor to the oliair. — Tbo Mayor replied, (blinking tbn al (Inrinon for the wnlooniti and support oxl.undiiil to him, and wchiuinod Aid. l'adula to tbo f'ouuuil. Aid. Padula suitably responded. COItlUiSPONDKNCH. From the Department of Public Works, stating Council could oilhor apply to have tho (lobar pound abol ished or touiporarily cIoboiI. — Aid. Leah niovod that tlio neenssary stops bo takon to have tlio pound closod temporarily, as thoy woro unable to soouro a pouudkccpor. — Seconded by Aid. Frnncisco and carried. From O S. liWn, rc il'.itro=s oxiit ing in Cobar, stating I10 would bo glad to rocoivo particulars of any cases — Aid. Fratioisco sniil tlio funds of tho Bonovolcnt Socioty woro exhaustod, and thoref^Ti'Q casos of distross that ho know W...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BLUNDERERS. GERMANY SICK OF INCOMPETENTS. PATRIOTS DEMAND A CLEAN SWEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

THE BLUNDERERS. GERMANY SICK OP INCOM PETENTS. PATRIOTS DEMAND A CLEAN SWEEP. , The GermanH, and mure especially the German Emperor nnd tho German Chancel lor, havo suddenly discovered in tho bottom of their hearts an uimuenchable thirst for poace, writes Kene H. Keibclman, Dally im press correspondent, from Amsterdam on Do their orations, public or private, '.hey hint at the desirability of peace, nut peace nt once, without waiting for the A111'a '- light on German soil. Ihe as many people call him now in Herlln. tbo lllunderer- In-Chief,' Is very active In tho matter. Ho poses and says. want tho war: the war was -urced on us uy Englirtid, by Husslu, by HelBlum. by MontL neero, Heaven knows by whom. t Now wc havo fought wo can afford to stop. This reasoning obviously spells uncasl ness and fear of what is Impending, it win not help llerr von Bethmann-Hollweg to re gain tho popularity ho has so completely and so deservedly lost in tho last four months. ? ... . The Chancellor is now ...

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

' PEASANT AND KING. Yuii who put fullh In your bunks and brigades, . Drank ami ntc largely, slept easy at night., llnanlpil your iyttdlle and polished the blades I«ut down upon us. this hllstorinfr blight— Vou who played Kraiully the easiest game, Now can you shoulder the weight ot the samo? Say, can you light? Here is tho tragedy; losing or winning Who profits a copper?: Who garners tho 'fruit? Prom Moodiest emtio}? to futile beginning Ours is ? lio blood, and thn sorrow to boot. Muster your mush*, nutter your nags. . Ours are the hunger, tho wounds, and tho rags. . . Say. can you shoot? This Is your'game; It was norio of -our choosing— ? We are tho pawns with whom you havo played. Yours Is tho winning and ours is the losing, But. when the penalties have to be 'paid. We who aro left,- and our womenfolk^too, Rulers of Europe, will sottle with you— . Aro you afraid? —Christopher Morloy, In tho-Now York Evening Post.

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

GREATER THAN WE KNEW. 'Our minds arc full of tho splendid fighting of our troops and sailors,' says Mr. W. A. S. Hewins, M.P.. in the Morning Post. 'We always hud the utmost confidence in their courage and capacity, but we did not know that they would show liner qualities than even their forefathers had ever shown, and , this exception and superb exhibition of capacity us a certain factor In the result of the war. ' 'It is probably essential that wo should understand what this means. , It looks as though there were some vast change going on in all ranks of society* of which the writers, philosophers, and politicians did not (lream. I should say It is the best evidence that we could want of the return to ancient tradition which is affecting all sides of Bri tish life. 'What has really been taking place during the last generation has been a return to the old English Ideal, which Is neither Individual istic nor socialis ie, but the Idea of regulation and of the- solidarity of classes. ...

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

A BROADER BENEFACTION. Wo read in an outback contemporary: — Mr. Sterling is positively tho best comedian in motion pictures. You remember him as Zu Zu in 'Zu Zu, the Hand Leader!' This is him — to- night. Tlii»n» von nro. Ymt nnvH vonr dimo and vou sees your show — for all the world as if you were living in Sydney or Melbourne. Onco tho dweller in the little town — with its occasional creaking inolov drama, or tawdry burlesque — grew disgruntled when he read of tho raugo and splendor of nightly entertainments in tho metropolis. Tho being out-of-thingH feeling ceaselessly galled youth and turned the footsteps of tho younger generation away from the country. Even tho sociologist who specialises on comparisons of city and country has not dwelt enough on tho irritatiou of reading about famous plays .and players whom you may not see just because you'happeu to livo in a town on the 'kerosene circuit.' Hut now, what a change! t The brotherhood of 'movio fans' circles tho earth. It was a s...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO BE READ IN RUSH HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 6 March 1915

TO BE READ IN RUSH HOTJES. It had beguu to rain aud Noah and his sons were iiuMling thu animals iuto the ark. Already tho iuterior was crowded, but there was no timo to lose. Quadruped after quadruped weut speedily up the gang-plank. Finally the camels arrived. '* Hurrv un! ' eried bhom. 'Sten livelv! ' The camels took a look at tl/e mob inside and drew back. 'Pardon us,' they said, 'but I guess we'll take the next ark. 'There isn't any next ark,' interrupted Noah, who was anxious to ring the bell. 'Get aboard and step lively.' ? Whereupon the camels did what thousands of Sydney people do r » ry night — they forced their wnv in where a miit£»o previous there appeared to be not a, spare inch of space. Behind them, push ing and shoving, came other belated creatures. ??(iet away from tho door there 1' cried Noah. ' Plenty of room up front. Plenty of room in tho centre of the ark.' You know how it is yourself, but to the camels, used to roaming around the open desert, with all Hie space...

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

THE OLD ORDER OHANOETH. ? It looks us if tho immortal liung will plough a hard track in the future, if this, from tho local Independent, -can be taken as a criterion-— 'Tho pubs. must find it hard to live thoso days,' an old hard-head comments. 'I remember Gunda gni when tho young man who could not lino up iu tut* pun. couutcr and take lus nobbier was looked upon as a milksop, and u ho did not occasionally get real 'nhick,' he was looked ilpon with sus picion. To day, howover, tho young mon — gener- ally speaking — do not go 'a-pubbiug;' thoy might have a beer or two, but as for 'sprecing up,' that is looked upou as a sign of weakuess. They are not of tho convivial class of 15 years ago, aud, perhaps, 'tis better for tho community; but, all the samo, I feel lonesome like when I sco empty bars and crowded ice-cream shops.' And, under the heading of 'Tho New 'Poor Man's Club,' ' Cottier *« Weekly has something rather startliug to say upon the saino subject — 'Warmth, companion ship, t...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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