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THE ORCHARD. SPRAYS AND SPRAYING. Know Your Mixture and its Use. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

THE ORCHARD. , SPEAYS AND SPEAYTNG. , Know Your Mixture and its Use. 'It is not alono necessary that a man know how to spray, but he must also know what to spray with.' Ho Pro fessor -\lc(Jue, a well-known American authority on the treatment of fruit trees. , Tne statement amounts to a common place, but Professor AlcUuo relates that Ue knew a mun Vho sprayed for Ban ?lose scale with Bordeaux mixture, and then wondered why tho scale wai not killed. One suspects that that man was not altogether alone. Thoro have beeu others who have dono very simi lar things with equally unsatisfactory results. JBy the same token it is as woll to know how to spray. Wo quoto again: '1 once witnessed an interesting ex periment in spraying for scale. A lti year-old apple treo was sprayed with lime-sulphur that contained u great ex cess of lime. The tree was literally plastered with the spray, especial pain* ueiug taken to cover tho twigs on tne top of the true. When the job was dono the tree looked like ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

SUMMARY. The Great Patriotic Display — M 6.W. Police and Firo Brigades, at Wrifibtvilla Pictoroa Sat., March 13. kir 3. xiulu of Nyngan has jjur ?eliased the license of the Nevertire Hotel from Mr J. Stibbard. Bulgaria is stated to have seoretly snotiilised three divisions of men, one of whioh will probably be sent to Adrianople. It is stuted on good authority that -Ilia Cocnumhlu mail will he replaced r.n its usual lirno on the wostorh. line ?within a day or two. Dr. V/ilson, of Orange, states that 'llio Western Distriot Hospital shouIrH lie e»lp}-lifl)-ed ut Duhho hy virtue of .' ???'?. ihe iioaition of the town. . Mr ITlHhor ntnteg tlmt on the com pVtinn of the east to west' railway, l!:c journey fro»i\ Brielmne to Perth wl! be done i' leHH tlian 60 hours. Rov. Fr-Umr Moran, the popular jnriali riio'!t, of NytiRnn, has beon in Lowiiiliam TT.'hpitnl for roido weeks. lit) id 'now w.ill iMi the nientll Tfm ii'-.it exporiiiieiil in the em ployment of )iri«,,n lahor in agrioul ' tuie ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM SEEDS ON SALE. Quality and Purity. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

FAEM SEEDS ON SjlXJJ. Quality and Purity. Some evidence of tho care farmers requiro to cxerciso to assure themselves that parculs of seeds they purchase are comparatively clean is attorded by a report of certain work done by an offi cer of tho botanic Gardens. During last year 101 samples of farm seeds were obtained irom Sydney seedsmen and country storekeepers for tho pur pose of examination as to purity and ? quality. They were purchased in tho j ordinary way, or were taken from tho {stock exposed for sale, and as far as 5' they go may bo considered typical ' samples of the seed sold in the State. Tho results of tho examinations are given in tables that cannot be repro duced here, but it may be said that in general tho purity, was fairly good. Tho excessive presenco of weed needs was mainly coutined to grasses, clovers, and lucerne; but evidence of impurity of variety was detected in many samples of maize, and also in vetches and cow peas. Jt was found, too, that nearly two thirds...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cobar District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

Cobar District Hospital. ^Jife. monthly meeting of the oom ? mitlee of tlie Oobar Distrfot HospiUl was held tit the ofliuo of tbe scorotnry (Mr. Goo. Marsho) 011 Thursday even ing, 4th instant. ProBunt: — MeBBrB. O'Doa (preRidont). Duffy, M'Donalil, FranciHco, Wo-t, Davidson, .TanriiiKS, BanniHlor, O'flrnily, Munro, Gar roltv. and Mnlinhant. COIIRKSI'ONDKNCK. From J. Louh, statin); tlmt an amount of £7 ctU wus Btill duo to him in reforonco to Pago's cottage, but ho whs prepared to forego that amount and tmiinfer the cottngo to tho Hospital.— It v»ns decided that the president and seoretary take tho necessary steps to have the oottagn transferred to tho Hospital, and that Mr. Loah bo written to and thanked for foregoing tho balance duo to him. ? From Archdonoon Haviland, for waniini; i- cl-rqu., f-r f5nm\i1rinKti.-n from Mrn. liland (Bug.), whioh sho desired oxpondud on something of use to the nursing staff. — It was decided to write thanking Arohdeaoon Havi land for tho chrquo of £5...

Publication Title: Western Age
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AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. I Theso Noto» are Issued «vory weok, under the personal supervision of the Hon. W. G. Aahford, Minister for Agriculture, N.8.W., and are based mainly on the experience of the Department. ,iwt*a.-m--wv-««-«-»~~' -w«..«»»j*-j^/ Ko. 201. AGRICULTURAL OBEMINATION OF WHEAT SEED, i And the Primo Act of Husbandry. I During tho lust two dcaaona cases j came under the notice of tho Biologist I of tho Uejmrtnicnt, in which bouiu of thu whom aeed uown uu Uovoruuiuut and [invnte larnib exhibited fault}- growth j thu shoot twisting about below tho sur- | 1'uch of tho boil, instead of reaching tho I top. It was thought that this twisting might be duo to luulty pickling, or to thu nature of the seed bed. £xperi uients wore, theroforo, carried out with untreated accd (,Uonoa) and with seed | (Kynior) that had been treated with I ulucutono and lime in tho ordinary way. From these experiments the following conclusions were drawn: — (\) Wuon gr...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest War News. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

Latest War News. fiYDNRT, WpflnearUv. Amsterdam mossngos state that for the tirnt timn ninoo A'lmirnl ReKtty'B t-iiKHgiim«iit heavy gun fire vthh heard in tho North Soa on TiiMMdny. Tim AUto'. niiti-!iri i-- ?—?l-rn^ in tho Dardanelles. TIimiikIi tlininiij-r ity of tho shipM n|iomtini- in thn Straits wore utruck hv shells, no ser ioim diimuno wns dnne, with thn ex ception ol three poisons boing wonnd ed on tho Lonl Nolsnu. More fnrta havd lioon dixalilijil. An iiarnplaun wns compelled to fly low when reoou noitering, nnd one cliveil into tho sea, mill the oouu|iant-i were injured. One niachino was hit 28 'im'i, and ano ther eight tin. 04 The Rusaiiiu flout hns bombarded the const in tho vici nity of tiregli, in tho Black Sea, and the ouoiuy's Ijattuiios were silenced, \'- rquirinoii!- f f sliii),;-. « u.-M was doatroyed, and eight stnnmors and a large sailing vobbuI wero Runk. The British stonmor Bengrovo, coal laden, was sunk off Ilfracombe, De vonshire, after striking a mine. Tbe ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

? f Special v Bargains in Cups and Saucers and Plates at SIMON'S This Week. White and Gold Cups and Saucers, 6d. White Dinner Plates 4d and 5d. White Breakfast Plates 4d and 5d. White Plates, small size, 3j£d & 4d. |\ Enamel Plates, 4^d. J. E. KM, Marshall.st t r\ ,r. Advertise in ' Western Age ' and your business will flourish. Paper Bags — AT — 4c?e Office. Anthony Horderns' For Everything GATHTRED In tha Fifty De partments under ana roof nrs the fruit « of rOBXST anil PABM, irniE and UOL, all con verted Into forms of ua and bcacty by tho labour and ffeniaa Tho world haf been searched for all that ministers to tho phjilcal tind mental npllft of socloty, and Anthony Horderns' Farhous Low Prices ASSURE EXCELLENCE AND ECONOMY throczh tho float are treated in -.it vaine way r.v those baylnff at ire chonfcil. nelectlons ore made from the samo stocks, and overy ?Mar sent to the country Is care fnlly packed by experienced men. Wllte for Price Lists of any one .it. Anthony Hordern...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

TRY THIS HOME RECIPE FOR j COUGHS AND COLDS. SAVES 10/-. By a Qualified Chemist. The following recipe for coughs and colds is used in thousands of homes. It gives quick relief from troublesome colds, atls quickly in clearing the head, promptly eases sore throats, whooping cough, croup, bronchitis, asthma and other stubborn colds, and saves 10/- for your pocket. Into a jug put four tablcspoonfuls of sugar or honey, three of treacle, two of vinegaV, and a large break fast cupful of hot water. Stir, then add one bottle of Hean's Essence. Pour into a' large clean bottle ready for use. You now have a pint of the finest family cough and cold remedy oblainnUe. It is cqiutly good fur both young and old, cnnliiiis no poison or injurious druy of any kind. Is wonderfully effective, keeps good al\va-s. ami is a' great money-saver. 'The mixture I make from Hean's Essence is the Ix-stand cheapest 'cough mixture I have ever used. '—Mrs. K. Delaiiuy, Cellar, N.S.W. ' My experience with Mean's Kssen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

?? Buy h«i tar ntorun iot lo ta' rrjoney, ?k A.B. 0AM?BWji'8.*i:,^-.;'',;«fe',.:, .'^' :''.' ' ? ?:' -:'; .?:? ?)i.4^:^:^^Jl}/ . ? '? ? ' ' '??' .'*1^f''i;V;ii^';r''s^Vi-''. ''';.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

THE PRINTING HOUSE OE THE WEST. '.'''asses of Genera! --r'^Tn. mcrclal Printing Executed on the Premises. Wcrknian§Mp—Th& Best. Oharff&rt— The Lowest. [ ? ? j M ? j tlatton Street, Coheir,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

?fTT'^'/^\' He stepped into ;?'% j(-*&^-~* \ with a determination to do ' '? /wf5P5c \ better dressed. He had read our i n vp^SSstv \ adn- — tnev read trut He was :S /^~v5?i I \ t'''1P|0-' t0 come- He c8™** I Aflj^^V ] And stepped out : 5 /^Fik 'V/Jk / a better dressed ' j | JMm^K J '-an ? -! ''' I IP^^K\.N\'Ow^ \/ See the satisfied look on his face. ? * l-f**^'\ \Nsy Note the fniiltlesslycnv: ied appearance * I | \JJ i\N i'$Jr he had imparted to his clothes— look at /?I ? .?»*-/ ^'-- » / the fine style *** ~^. ?; ? - w ^f* / »re cut in ? / \ IBKSI .' j » £i^f^/ pay pa''^-/ ? \ Styks, 1 I ? JM?/ o( »he athi* 'iff*' 1 *£^^^ Patterns, - - 6?5/ fectly ' constructed V V-^ fl \ Materials, ~7 shoulders of the \ *' XII f* fnlnrc . '. If Coat. . \ yi^y \ L0W'S Yet this is but a metaphor of what ' ^'^ra^^vS^vV Hundreds of men are doing weekly. §*P§$S$Jv5§!^-\\ They leati ? that the initial outlay costs K ;£S'v-A'#?-?g \ iusi as mucn for the badly-fitting Suit faw'^5#;iiPs£Seij(*| x j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

1r\ M. A. Padula, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on band the best selected stock of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, * TXT *fiTTT|» T-TQT-TJTplfl 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, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Are* prepared to enter into coutracta for lupplying Cbinoso lor ring-bnrking and scrub-cutting, as well us Chinese servants tud cooks (or Etations. LARGE STOCKS OF CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, carried. Cash buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &c. . HIGHEST PRICKS GIVEN. Orders Promptly Attended to. MORRISON Bros*. lin£ of Royal Mail Goaches Leave the Booking Office, next the Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m.. for W1LCANNIA, WHITE CLIFFS, BROKEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels...

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Public Opinion. POOR OLD COBAR. To the Editor WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

Public Opinion. ^POOR OLD OOBAR. To the Editor WESTEIW AGE. Drab .Bin,— In last week's issue of vnur |iflpnrj- J,., noticed, a., lo^ler under llio aho'vO' ' ljeadiog, n jNntur nlly I expootod''BotDethTn'B terrible had hnpponorl to poor old' Cohar, hut instoad I road eomo niuy utviLiiiiiu iTiiuuDii uiuiiui Ijy nil equally silly ' townamnn ' or some , ooWard that has a private griov- ,A anne to vont ngaiimt ' one of tha ??/ mob at present: arriving in Oohar.' -^ Now anyouo gi f toil with a little more Rouse than ' Townmniui ' can ifeo flint Cobar is overmanned with police, and one or two policemen leaving Oohar will not affoob the peace of Cobar pno lit'.lo bit. We (irn all Borrv to loso s-'i~'i !- i-in-i as Sergeant Km kudo, and I havo no objection to ' Townsman ' being sorry also. But surely ho cin ex proRs sorrow without throwing such dirty unwarrantable slurs 011 men equal to him in many respects. It is quite plain who ' Townsman ' is hitting at when he frnyH tli.- clucq of men aO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

Greaseproof . Paper for sale in any quan tity at 7s 6d per rm at 'Ate' '6fffce,

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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

SALVA'xlON ARMY. Friday.— Holipef a Mieting 8 p.m. Sunday.— Holiness Ht«ting 11 a.m. Bnl vution Meeting 7.80 p.m. Captain Drylie. Weut. Dudley,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

Burdens Are Many. ? ♦ Some people have mnre than thair share. Burdens of life aro many Some people havo more than their share Pretty hard to bear tho burden of a bad baok. Itsaohesaud pains make you miser able. Learn the cauao, and remove the burden. Most hnckaclio pains come from siok kidneys. , Must cure the kidneys to euro llio back. Dban'8 Backuuho Kidney Pills will do it. Lots of proof that thi-i is so. Read what this wonviu Buys: — Mrs. F. ITnwaril, Fort Bourko, Cohar, says:— ' Snven ynnrs b«o I was very ill with Imuknche and kid ney trouble. Thn pains in my hank were, at times, ahnnst mihearithle. I got no rest from my sufTarings day or night, and I was so bad that I could not get out of .bed properly, being unable .to bend my back suf ficiently to riae up, aud in oonae quonce I had to practically roll out. My husband, at tho time, was using Doan's Baokacho Kidney Pills, and ns they wero doing him suoh a lot of good, he persuaded me tn take some. I felt better after a few dos...

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"Hospital As Cockpit." DISPUTE AT WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

' Hospital As Cockpit. ' '?? DISPUTE AT WBtil/TNGTON. tiivoly soeneB took yilnoe at the mcolrinK of tbe Wellington Hospital oommittee. As a result of Mm ipquiry murierq oontly by' Dr. Piilmor, of tho Ptihlio Honltb Doimrlninnt.. into tho trouhlo ut tlio hnppitnl, a lettor wiih receivoil to the effecl- that tho Director-General of Ptihlio Jlimltli W113 of opinion that the appointment of J)r. Gilbert would ho ngiiiiist tho hobt iiiterents of tbe hospital, nnd that the Miniator of Health concurrod in this opinion. Thore whs a long and wurm dis cussion on thn letter. Tho president, Mr. W. P. Kelly, said the hospital had been madu tho cockpit for the fidhfc hetwoeii the friendly societies audtheB.M.A. , It WR8 (lfpidrd lo ronprnint-, the provious mudiunl ntuff nnd to inform Dr. Gilbert of the Minister's de cision. Tbe matron wrote requesting the committee to inquiro into statements regarding her ndininistratiou mnrloat the previous meeting by Dr. IF. A. Konvon! Thnro wus rin anqi-y rlia ...

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Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

Religious Services. CATHOWO OHUROH. CoUr.— Maoa at 7.30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Evening DevollonB at 7.80 p.m. -Wrightvillo.— Masn at 8 a.m.; Evening Devotions at 7. SO p.m. Very Rev. Doan Hughes, Y.F. Eav. 3. Bexlon,

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At Mena Camp. Egypt. LETTER FROM A COBAR BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 March 1915

At ttena Camp, Egypt. f-KTTKB feROM-A OOBAR BOY. Tl-' following tester Ims boon re rpiwil from ?? Cnhar boy who IS a mi'ii')i-!i ol tho lit diviiiinn of tho A u^- 11 1 in 11 Kx|wilil,ionary Foroen, now in Vi:i pt, nnil i'h written tn a frimid in Onlnir from Mon^ Tump, Cniro, iinilfr iliiloJiiniiiiiy 24lh lust:— ? . . I hiivtt heen mid up with in llui'ii^'i UiIb iHht weoli or two. Thore ni'H Itvn or lined ensrs of meaples in nnr omnp, nnil it has all been disin fei'tuil, so ns not to run any ri»l-H. We nra nub hnviiif! a very Rood time here, xml it h rumnred that we are goinp into Cairo to bnrrnoks, and we R'e 1 (it. H^infi t» the front at all, as they sity that the Egyptian Govern ment in poinf! to take us ovor. That mi'HiiH that we are (joinR to stop in Kfjypt fnr somn considerable timo. We oiigiii. lo ({ul, a I/it 111010 louvo/ioiv, 11R wo will he tight in the midrllo of the city. Wo will ho able to Bee more of the city. It might ho some lime before wo shift, iir we do not know wh...

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