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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

We Pnni the, New& TH&fZ£FOREr 'Age' Aefvtsi\fuii. VTJBZl JuED: WEDNESDAY - - - - & SATURDAY. Telephone 57. THE VKmTIW- :HOr% ''. ... QY THE WEST:- :*[ All Classes of General and Co/» merclal Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship — The Best. j Charges— The Lcwest. T^E 'Western Age/' Barton Street, Co bar.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

J!lllllJlllHltfll''l|''*t'ffi^lMW;'!^1^'p'^^^* I The Quality t Special Ihought was Riven to the 5 Quality of lliesc Fine fabrics whtn E we werr buyins, thus assuring 2 -uu Durabilily unit Good Value. j| Crepes i | sri-CIAI- FRIU-S- — Dainty ' i FABRICS | WHY delay the put ch.isr ol Hs.rt 1;| New Dr«s y«u liflw !-'-- W rimed -oursvl( un- luiis' ? J.1 We are rvady to s.lmw vou llw J'i! Newest and Musi Fashionable ,_; Materials, eminently suitable tor :* the present Season's vveur. Your ;;j viiit will be cileemed and you'H ;| * not be sorry you came. g The Range ? | A Big Range of every prominent ? £ demand of Dame r-nshnin. rv- ft. lady will experience any diditully in r... choosing a suitable Dre»- Uni:lh. I'? _] ? f. 7| floral Voiilcs, | — Uffici IS 6d.|8 - s Si JENNINGS BROS. ; Municipality of Coba*. HOTIOE TO HOUSEHOLDERS AND OTHEES. NOTICE is hereby given that un less rain (nils to supplement tbe Town Water Supply on or before tbe 15th instant, tbe water will be out off from that...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"TOMMEE." ZEAL FOR "KEETCHENER." IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

'TOMMEE.' ZEAL FOR 'KBETOHBNBB.' Ill- A G ila'es ('Smller' Hales) In the 1 London Kvunlng News of September 2.-. liN I.' KiYtt c^. Here in tile rilUO ruis Ol wur ni«n «??-- women aifiik their minds more freely and foarlessly thim In lunds that have not fell tli' earth tumble tu the tread of Invading hosts War .» no new theme tu the sons und duuglitiTs of France: to them the earth quake shout i'f victory and the bitter moan Ing ol beaten hosts is no new sound. The men who move uround me In tho prime of life were born when German legions weir crushing France beneath an iron heel and ringing her round with sU-el. T1-..V I1.,,.!, m with their mothers' milk that hate of fenii.a tyranny that to-day is call inc them la their millions from field and forge; from vineyard on the sun-kissed slopes when- cottages embowered in vines upi cured th.ii' whitewashed walls. They are u grim, game breed, these men of 1870-1. Iliey look like children of the storm. I can tell ut a glance as I look at thei...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

LATEST FASHION. While linyi-rip frm-k-. 'ill I.- n- popular as ??v.t tilt?- siiiiiinrr. I. lit mil ??xrlir-ively so. Hit.' i- ;i eliarmiiie; ilesiijii in plain ami 'linial ? Tf|H\ II i- a suitable frewk Kir either Imam i.r !mlii|:i\ wear. Small huts' will 1'' mm ilm.iiiMKHii the Miniiiicr. white In-injj tin' li'.v..n|i- -n-i-, mi it is elear t hut tin- -inslin.in nil! be sin iii-lis|ii.-iis:ilili! pa-.t of this -.-.-i--,n\ t.Ml.-t.

Publication Title: Western Age
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WOMEN AND WAR. MILITANTS MAKE SHIRTS. SPLENDID GENERAL ACTIVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

WOMEN AND WAR. MILITANTS MAKE SHIRTS. SPLENDID GENERAL ACTIVITY. Courage and endurance of « ™™ order (savs Margaret Hamilton, In Everyman) are attributes that the most determined untl sS'i^^^g!^: wTr isss.'? 11-ooik :-rim;s with It no weeping women, !!,e men are sent 'ft with sn.lles-the tears come when the train has rolled out of the station anil the awful blank ol separ.itloii falls on thu silent crowd. ? heart: the sickness of death breaks in cold waves upon the soul. Shall we ever slu them agaln-the husbund. son, or lover «hom we have sent to the war? Has thu last word been spoken, the last look exchanged? 1W. sun for a space Is blotted out. the warmth of the day turns chill. A llood oC recollection sweeps ill upon iih; our grasp tightens on something w.i arc holding with stiff, uncon scious lingers. All old pipe, a matchbox bat tered and worn, after a man's own 'e;1''t— something we took out of his pocket when he kissed us that morning. Only that morn Ing— surely the long-drawn...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War and the Woman. Chapter V. GENERAL [?]'ARNY AND HIS DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

War arrf fr^e Woman.1 *? MAX WSh*i8.7. .(. Chapter V. OBNKRAL n'ARNY AND II FS DAUGHTER. Ueneral. u'Aknv lived in nn old hoiim- in flic Boulevard St. Germain, one of the few monuments still existing to the golden age of Recamicr and the salons. He did not care a sendo for the litnrary and artistic associations of this gloomy mansion, but much for the fact that he paid little rent. Boaumarchais had lived there on the eve of his flight to Holland ; the great rooms had known Flcury and his fellows, Balzac and Saint-Benvi- — h vorv r.niipl of trpnins writ ten across the centuries. It all meant very little to Hubert d'Arny, the bulk of whose fortune went into the trough at Panama; the residue into the hands of the jobbers on the Bourse. The general was notoriously a financial dere lict; as notoriously a suspect to his many enemies in the Chamber. He had married late in life — some years after the war — and his wife died in child birth. One daughter, Claudiue, was al ternately the object ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

Tattersall's Consultations. (George Adams, Hohart, Tnsiiniiia ) HOW OPEN. BENDIGO OOP, run at IWligo, 2'jUi November, 1 0J.000 tickets nt -V2. DECEMBER HANDICAP, run at KoseJiill. 12*,h Racombor. 100,000 tiokots at 5/2. GARRINGTON STAKES, rnn at Ramiwick, 30th December. 100,000 , tickets at 5/2. ' , . Impoftant Notice. On all Swoops on Racos run affcor January, 190G, tho Tasmanian Go vorntnont Stamp Tax will be 2J on oaoh 5a Ticket, and 4d on eaoh 10s Ticket. Olients must tboroforo add thoso amouuts to tbeir retnittanoo3. ,10 ''.The Tasmanian Govornment Iia3 authorised tbo Trustees of the estate of the late George1 Adams to carry on the license and condnot the sweep business under the same management as for sovoral years past. 5FJIE C0BW MEDICAL flpb. MarsHall-Street. Proprietor. Every^Description of Patent Medicine Stocked. A largo assortment of Perfumery, Fancy Goods, Toilet Requisites and i Stationery always on hand. ; J. MITCHELL, ; Chemist and Druggist, Marshall-st., Cobar. The...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAST OF LIEGE. COMMANDER'S CAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

LAST OF LIEGE. COMMANDER'S CAPTURE. Tills is tlle story of the fall of Liege, in simple, graphic language. A German officer, n a. newspaper Interview, says: 'General Lemun's defence ot Liege combined all that is noble, all that is tragic. The commander ol' one fort, at tho moment when the bom bardment was heaviest, went mud, and shot his own men. He was disarmed and bound. Till* I'll Mill :i nt iinnther fnft «??? u /inn»*n«n.i i... a bomb from a Zeppelin, other forts were swept away like sand castles on the sea shore liefor-: the relentless waves of the on coming tide. 'As long as possible General Lemau in spected the torts daily to see everything was n order. By a piece of fulling masonry, dii odge.1 by our gulls, both General Leninn'3 legs were crtishod. rndaunted, he visited the forts In an automobile. Fort Chuudfonteln was destroyed by a German shell dropping in the magazine. In the strong Fort Loneln ord*!™1 Lc'''n -1-;cllll-l1 to hold his ground i:kti(Eat cut off. \\ hen the e...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Destructive Fire at Mungundi. SIX BUILDINGS DESTROYED. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

Destructive Fire at ) rVEungtindl. six m:ir.»iNGS destroyed. &YDXKY, Friday. \ dcti-uclivo firo ntMnnfiinoi this ino'rnir.l! destroyed a row of six ? l.-iililiiiMB owned by Sylvester Bnller, and cccupied by Crane aud Co.. stock ? i .....i;.,, rrani«' Tlnvrv Walter, DIM. r*tiii.ii..i i.[-w.-' i — - - 4 saddler : A. Corono's, frmtorer ; Moody mid Co., butchers ; Ah teo, fruiterer ; nnd Mockay, picture palaco. All tho buildings wero eomplotely destroyed. Tho origin of the firo ia unknown. Thero was no water sup ply and no firo brigade, and tho Luildii.ES. which were constructed of wood and iron, burnt rapidly. Tho inmates just had timo to escape with a fow personal effects.

Publication Title: Western Age
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The War. SYDNEY, Friday. 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

The War Sydxev, Friday. ?1 p.m. H U officially annomicod thai, thu violent action on tho Allies' left '- unimportant. Tho alternate n. v«..™ ami retrt-.it at tho hattlo ''O''1 '?'11' Louiharl-zydo to tho enst of Arm.!!' Uerea b»8 lioon iinoli»iiB«l biiico Tucsduv. T io linns' '»-u ?ui^—- S:X;««;cciaUyU,olebyll.eP^ Bm,i GuhvcI*. ami tho AIIiob held II ... ground nlonR tho remmnclor of Iho l iilsc. The Gernmi. artillory wns si * ? „.! *.nnr rirnntinO. Britain is «Uted to have 1,800.00 m01, under urins, and have lost uO.000 killed, wounded and ii.issu.g sinco tho outbreak cf tho w.r. I ranee bus four uiiUion men under arms, and tho killed , wounded aud prisoners total 400,000. . , „ Bumors aio currant in the House of Commons viim. w»-«« ''.VI cmisois have Uoen sunk in Urn lacihu at an unspecified place. A mossafio has been received at PetroRtad from Gonstantinoplo stat ing that Iho Gooben was Bonousij dnmaficd during the Anelo-Erencb bombardmont of Hie DardanelloR. It i.s oniciully nnn...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Council Relief Work. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

Council Relief Work. A large number of men, and about thirty horses and drays have been employed on the Counoil relief work at the reservoir for the past eight or nine days. A representative of Thb Age visited the water works yester day and saw the work in progress. Two small Eilt tanks (one* of 400 and f\t\a f\( OC\(\(\ nil Kin i«fi wln\ a ha V.n!_ w truw ws w\ju ui4&ytu JUIUQ/ OjIQ (UU1U1; excavated in tbe basin some little distance back from tho original exca vation, winch is being enclosed by a low embankment. This embank menu is ueing mine right around ia the depression, from the by-wash on either side of the maiu ombankmont, and oxtends back in a soini-circlo to tho centru ot the 2000 yard silt tank, where an opening is loft fortho water i to enter tho main excavation. The new embankment is being built with earth romoved from the silt tanks I and silt romovod from tho excavation. Yestorday afternoon the reservoir was almoBfc dry and drays were en gaged removing silb fr...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Louth. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

Louth. (From our owu Correspondent). x\ social eventuated at Louth on Friday night, 30th ultimo, followod by a juvenile the next ovoning, in aid of the Belgian Widows Kojief Fund. About 32 couples tripped tbe light fantastic. Dancing was constantly kept in progress until midnight, wuen an intermission was made for rofresh monts, which wore handed round by tlio ladies. Aftorwnrds dnnoing was again resumed until tho small hours of tlio morning, when all dispersed to thoir respective homes and places of rest. Good music was supplied by Mrs. E. J. Williams and Mr. H. Gillet (piano). Extras wore supplied by Misses Gillett. The duties of M.C. were ably managed by Mr. Simpson, assisted by Mr. W. Good. X'lU u iifuunu uii vwj luiiuniu^ ui^uv was well attended, nnd itwasapleas inK flight to ooe nil tlio childron in tlmir heat ' Sutiday-go-moeling' togs thoroughly enjoying themselves on the floor from 8 to 10 o'clock. Tbe children were then seated out in the open on forms, and supplied with re...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

A report of the Council moating will appear iu our next issue. TyroB vulcanised, bats fitted, wheels repaired, or any olaas of motor or oyole work.— H. Dogger, Linsley etreat-.4 On Tuesday morning the horse at tached' to tbe Bourko Banitary oarb bolted. The driver, a youth named Toohey, wa9 thrown off and had his left leg brokeu below the knee. We have received particulars of a presentation made to Mrs. J. T. Mo Leoa by tbe ladies of Oobar at a. i social afternoon iu the Maeooio Hall on Wednesday. We regret that through a rush of other work we are compelled to hold over a roport until next issue. ''RTo still have a fair number of tea- . good seooud-hand bioyoles moat- ? ?- ly fitted with new tyres and fittinga. |.at ft-nm £4 10s to £7.— H. DOGGER, Litisloy-slreot.3

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

We liavo tbe men, also the material, I to onable us to do good work on j cycles or cars—H. DOGGER, LinB ley-street. 1 Values at A. B. Campbell's store make buying elsewhere expensive ' A grand ' Continental ' to be held at C. of E. Eeotory groundB night of Nov. 30th. When our 8ale flag is flying, tbe prices are low.— M'Grath and Pow derly, Mercery Specialists.* A treat to Australian whisky drinkers, O O OLD ORKNEY 1 WHISKY. Especially distilled for the Australian Climate*

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEN THE ZEPPELIN CAME. NIGHT SCENES IN ANTWERP. 'FLINGING DEATH FROM CAGES.' [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

WHEN THE ZEPPELIN CAME. NIGHT SCENES IN ANTWERP. 'FLINGING DEATH FROM CAGES.' Louise Muck, correspumlcnt of the London levelling News, wrote on September Si lt was 3 o'clock In the morning! Also It wns pitch dark, darker than any words can .'ay. up there In my bedroom. All day long I hud been travelling through Kelglitm. and nil day long I had been turned out or one train Into another because 'les Alleinands' were on the line. .So when the noise woke me, two houm after I hail fallen dead asleep In my sittln-,' room at Antwerp, I knew ul once it \vu» Hume Hermans that 1 had been running nwny rroui all day long between Ostend ami Bruges, and Unites and Ghent, and Ghent ami liuom. ii nd Antwerp. I lay quite still. - '?They're come at last.' 1 thought. 'This Is the real thing.' Vaguely I wondered what to do. The roar of cannon was enormous, and It seemed to be just outside my window. And cracking anil rapping through it I heard the cuilck. Incessant lire of musketry— crack, crack, crack...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

Cricket. The first cricket match of the sea son, as far us this district ia concern ed, was played at Wrightville last Sunday, between a. team from Can belego and Wrightville. The visitors were defeated by 47 runs. Follow ing are' the scores : — nAKIIHI.KfiO. T. Keen, i: Wright, b Timucr i 3. Martin, b R. Willis ? 4 . H.Sams, I. Tanner ? 10 H. Brennnn. b Tanoer ? 0 T. Baker, b Wright ? 1» J. Nicholls, c and b Wright ... 9 II. Williams, c Ackennan, i- llouror ? 31 T. M'Laugnlnn. b H. Willis ... 0 K. Hollis. not out ? 0 Grogan, b Mcurcr ? 1' Bos well, o Wright, b Mouror... 4 A. 8b.arp, h Wright ? 4 W. Cox, b Mouror ? 0 Sundries ? 10 irv? Tannor took 3 wickets, It. Willis -1, W. Wright 3.L. MDurer 4. WRIGHTVILtK. A. Willis, c Bronuan. b Baker 21 W. Wright, b Breunan ? 5 t G. Ackennan, b Brennan ... -1 R. Perry, b Brennan ? 5 B. Tierman, b Williams ? 11 A. Tanner, run out ? oo W. Lear, b M'Laughlan ? 2 B. Willis, st Nicholls ? 23 O. Buckland, low, b Hollis ... 11 H. Burko, b Williams ? ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAVED BY MASONIC SIGN. STORY FROM LOUVAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

SAVED BY MASONIC SIGN. ?STORY FROM LOUVAIN. The Sun Francisco Examiner publishes the following despatch from Ostend, dated September 23:— The power of Freemasonry is illustrated by n story told here by a citizen of Louvuln, who, with a Masonic sign, says ho saved 50 of his fellow citizens from being shot to death by German troops. THIS grOUP OL C1MZUI1&, UUCU1U1OH IU UIU recital of the Belgian Mason, hud been lined up for execution. Tho German firing party had their rifles at 'present arms,' when the narrator gave a Masonic sign. The German officer commanding the tiring .squad happened to belong to the craft. He recognised a brother Mason, and ordered the Louvain Freemnson to leave the ranks. This meant sparing his life. Tho Louvain citizen, however, refused, saying, 'My fellow citizens are no more guilty than 1 am. If you are going to kill them, I shall be killed with them.' The German officer then ordered the re lease of the entire party. It Is a common delusion that red u...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KAISER'S BREWER. EMPEROR'S BOSOM FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

THE KAISER'S BREWER. .EMPEROR'S BOSOM FRIEND. Tli. i- is no man. other than tho Kaiser, who rivals Hie iiilliieuce in Germany of Prince Fui-.sienl.erg. He is the onu subject whom the K.tlser treats as an equal, anil his coun sel has been known to prevail over that of ('liuiU'ellorK and .Ministers of .Slate. The I'rinee is the Kaiser's boon companion, and n is said thai his .Majesty has repeatedly i.rgc.l him to become bis Lord Chancellor: I hi ill,- I'rin.-.- b:is always rcfitsril to accept Hi.- Liu-dens or ..file.-. ?Ills olll.-lal raiiK. says Mr. I- rcilelk-k Wil liam Wile, in .Men Around the Kaiser, 'is th. uiigust but purely decorative and ceremonial ! one of Colonel-Marshal or the Prussian Court, ' a litli- invented in his honor. He could call himself Court ]Srew.-r besides If he desired, fur mi advertising legend sprcud far and wi'l- relates thai -Furstenberg Beer'— the product or his Serene Highncss's brewery In tin- Ulnck Forest— Is the special table drink -I Hi.- Kaiser and...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEVER AGAIN! STING OF THE LANCE. PRISONER'S VIVID STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

NEVER AGAIN! STING OF THE LANCE. PRISONER'S VIVID STORY. ,\'v!vl.i and intensely dramatic story ot | one of the I'.rillsh cavalry charges n he neighborhood of Mons was related to ii 1- m- i Impress representative by a wounded -.er- | man prisoner at Waterloo Station. ? In these I'imoiis and deadly onslaught* : »hl,li are destined to live In history the forces concerned included the lath Lancers | and Hi,. Scots ?( I leys. A small body of Ian-; cers. not mini- I ban .10 strong, met a force or 2-10 (ierniiin ilMdoons, and went through liko fi knife. The prisoner interviewed at WH|«r loo was olie or tlie -i'i-, ami -never jikiwii, u-.- j says, 'will' 1 meet those lancers!' | '?Mein Colt, it is hell let loose when your llngllsli lancers charge,' ho said, 'and I will never face them again. Never again! 'We were outside Mons In open country, with a clump 'f 'lll(1 before us, and It was as we neiired them that u troop of howling, yelling devils with lances, but no jackets or hats, came rac...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RECKONING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

THE RECKONING. What do lhe.\ reek who sit aloof on thrones. Or ill 111., chambered chancelleries a.,Uri riaying the game of State with subtle art, If so be they may win. what wretched groans l'.tse from red lields. what unrecorded bones Bleach within shallow graves, what bitter smart Pierces the widowed or the orphaned heart— Thu unbonded horror for which naught p tones. A wind, a pnii-Mi'nke. and this might not be' Hut vengeance, power-lust, festering Jca liuiM ' Triumph, ami grim carnage stalks abroad. Hark! Hoar that ominous bugle on the And they who might have stayed II. shall they find No reckoning within tho courts of Ooil' -'?'Hill on Si'nllai-d In the Clnrlon. In ISritnln a good mimy marriages between voung i ? pies have been postponed until the war is over, ism both in France and in Ger many there lias been an extraordinary num ber ot iimIcJs inniTliu'es between soldiers and Ih-lr clrls. n Paris -.lie mayors and their clerks have been working day and night, unit inn i:ct».'...

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