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HOPING FOR RICH VICTORY. MAKING WAR "STERNLY." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

HOPING FOR RICH VICTORY. MAKING WAE 'STERNLY.' Thu KuIblt haa spoken lo hi. troop*. ThU wa. m Ocnnan Headquarter., where »ome thousand soldiers and olllcera took part, all belonging to headquarters, and a large room was elaborated decorated with Christmas trees. The Emperor, on entering ibe room, ^reeled the soldiers with a 'Good evening, eotnrudea.' After h short sermon bv a clergyman, his Majuaty made the following HDeech:— ''Comrades: 'We are here assembled In arms to celebrate this holy festival, which other* wise. In peace 'time, we would be celebrating at home. OQr thoughts go buck to those we left at home, and to whom we own all the presents on our tables. God allowed that the enemy should force us to cc'ebrate Christmas here. We have been at wa riafrnd ourselves, 'With God's help we hoDe that for us and our country a rich victory may spring from the hard light We are on h^tlle ground. The point of our sword Is directed against .w~ enemy. Our hearts lo our God, we say, as onc...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

Relief Work. / Tlio story of Dr. Sholilon's Di- V gestivo TiibuUs can ho told in a word. ! They actually do tho woilt that Ilia - weak and wasted stomach is unablo lo do, and allow it lo racuperalo aud , I'dgain its strength. They contain all 1 tho c.ssoutiul proporLies 111 it tho gas triu j tl i co and other digestive fluids do, and they digest H13 food just as a sound and well stomach would. Tlioy reliovo the stomach just as one rested v and refreshod workman relieves tho one on duty that is tired and worn, and'iiaturo does her own work of re storation. It is a simple natural procesB that a child can understand. You oan eat all you want without fear of results. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules aro sold at 1/6 and 2/6.

Publication Title: Western Age
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HELIGOLAND MYTH. KEY THAT DOESN'T LOOK. FORTS v. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

HELIGOLAND idYTH. I KEY THAT DOESN'T LOOK. , 'forts v. SHIPS. H. C. Ferraby, Dally Express naval corre - ?pondent, writes:— Herr Ballin, the head of the Hamburg* America line, has admitted that 'the poa cession of Heligoland does not give the Ger man fleet a desirable base.' This admission is of extraordinary Inte rest, and so far as I am aware It is the first time thaw any Gorman haft publicly coofe'saod to a belief that has been quite prevalent In British n^val clrclcs erer since the famous exchange tfas made by Lord Salisbury In 1830. We then acquired Zanzibar, which, both for trading and mili tary purposes. Is of value, and Germany took over Heligoland. Many people have contend ed that the exchange was all to our disad vantage, but I have never been able to sub scribe to that view. The geographical position of Heligoland is very unfavorable. It has boen called the * key of the German coast defences, but in reality it stands In so isolated a position, so utterly cut off from supp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

IHS! jjjMnjfe 1 ? £ - ^ mi m mrmrm ITim ai hm q p p ' iilKlOT j&Er II IP YOU WANT TS1E B[5T RETURNS FOR | !TO#iU I' PRODUCEandSTOCK. I TRY I ' HARRISON. JONES® DEVLIN 11° ! J 5VDHeY WE ARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY 1 1 ^ ? . ? ? ^ !The New Autumn Suitings j Have Come 1 dSb — first to Murdoch's in Park-st.. | s^s- °f course, f or each ot the Mills is | v. C Or't^'/vX )s always anxious tor 'the Lion's j? £.j / 1 \ W / /uiv Share ' of this big store's trade. |? ii' / i v/ Ivk^ Respite the roll of war drums ^ tj / | y Avr your Autumn Suit — it a Murdoch £ ij / ? lV'^ C05' 0n^ [: ittlM-50/' 551- or 63/- 1 ft | I T|i to Personal Measure, | || ? 1 \. \ i jn and it' will be up to the minute in | ? . | -r| \ \ 1 ;^lg style and made under our guaran- | ; ; j ' ? Iee °f a 'New Suit or Cash Re- g j! fund' if it tails to please. |j H ' RETURN THIS PATTERN COUPON 8 [; TO US TO-DAY. | j,: i Murdoch's in Park-street, Ltd., Sydney. | f: Desk AG 1 |] | Please send me New Autumn Suit Patterns. | j ...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

SUMMARY. Tlio doalh is announced in Egypt, from pneumonia, of Private Charles Brown, of Bourko. Matron Hughes, of tho Nyngan ; Hospital, 1ms resigned, and applica tions aro invited for the position. No rain was registered at Warren IaBb month. With the exception. of 1902, it was tho driost Fobruary dur ing tho last IB yoai'H. Tho Wilcantiia Pastoral, Agricul tural and Horticultural Sooiety has dooided to hold tho annual bIiow on the 19lh and 20th May. No less than 9000 shoop made 20s and over for wotliors and 193 or over for owes at Homebtish last Thursday. Tho people of Narromino, Trangio, Warren and other Western contros aro heaping maledictions on tho Go vortimout and the Railway commis sioners on account of the wrotobed train servioe they aro now getting. At the forthcoming Premiers' Con ference, Mr. Holman intonds to move that tho States band over their arbi tration power entirely to theOommon wealth. Chief Secretary Cunn declares that ' public affairs aro better handled in thi...

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Sinking a Submarine. AN EFFECTIVE METHOD. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

Sinking a Submarine. W AN EFFECTIVE METHOD. 1 Sydney, Thursday. I Tbe Admiralty announces that tba I destroyer Ariel rammed and suuk tha 'VJ f. - German submarine U12. Tha oraw £ wero takeu prisoners. -» J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

f i ?' i ? « Special Bargains in Cups and I Saucers and Plates at I SIMON'S |{ | This Week. I ' White and Gold Cups and Saucers, 6d. White Dinner Plates / -Id and fxl. & ii ?/ White Breakfast Plates -Id and 5d. Wliite Plates, small size, 3^£d x- -Id. H Enamel Plates, -l^d. l I J. E. , SIMON. ! MarshalB.st 'A 4 v . * - ?? \ 1* - ?-... ill; ' - : Advertise in ' Western Age ' and your business will flourish. Paper Bags .... at — Age Office. ...THE.,. | Universal Bicycle I BUILT OF B.S.A. PARTS. k [?] !f TIAVCIG EIHTLES, on Ar.lhcny Horrf«rn*s I Universal Bicycle. Tic UNIVERSAL EJtCYCLE U ridden W FitnjJs Dirties alt over Australia, with Earfia Tac Speed Coaster Hub, Free Wheel on loth ' Gears, Back Pedolllng and Front Rim Brake, I with Dunlop Tyros, | Price, £12 10/ u UNIVERSAL BICYCLE, built te any ipecl u VVtlh Oceanic Tyrca ,, .. £1Q | With Dunlop Tyres .. ,, £11 8 With Eadle Coaster Hub R and Dunlop Tyres .. .. £11/10/* □ Ladies' Models, 20/- extra. 1 Write for Blcyc!e end ...

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GERMAN "SAUCEPANS." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

GERMAN 'SAUCEPANS.' Weill You have had at last In England the famous German 'saucepans,' Ah! Ah! Our Allies were jealous of us, and now the enemy has paid you a little visit and broken the 'silver streak,' writes a French officer. What amused ub on reading of this coast j attack was the Admiralty announcement i that the 'Fleet was not meant to defend tho coast, but to exterminate the enemy's ileet.' We all roared at it, for we laugh , at all here, one must to keep our spirits up! ?{ The second thing that amused us was that v the 'population was calm,' though a few lines on the papers said 'everyone was ex- / cited, many rushed to the station, women and children rushed out into the streets in their nightdresses.' Well, I am ready to admit that the French , do exactly the same thing, and even here, where the inhabitants ought to be used to the guns after three months of them, they still rush to the cellars when the well-known whistling starts. Yesterday a violent attack was to take pl...

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FROM THE FRONT. EARL AND HIS CAR. PATHETIC PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

FROM THE FRONT. ^ ? ? ? i .1 EARL AND HIS CAB. , PATHETIC. PRISONERS. 'Do you speak French, sir? Well, I wlfh j 'you'd explain to these Johnnies that we want to take 'em to the Base Commandant to fix things. You see, we're their prisoners, and they're our prisoners In a way, too. In fact, It's a bally funny go.' A big A.S.C. driver, he. stood laughing be side a decided novelty in- motor cars. En cased In steel one to two inches thick, war ranted to keep out stray shrapnel and rifle bullets, it reminded one of the mediaeval warhorse, masked from head io Knee wiin chalnmalt against the deadly arrow. The only vulnerable point in this car (which has been brought out by Lord Fltzwllllam for special reconnaissance work) is the little squnre in front where the driver looks out. Unlike the other armored cars, it has no apertures at present for qulckflrers or rifles. Only Just arrived from England, it had been given a trial run, but at one of tho numerous barricade' which block the roads in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

THE PRINTING HOUSE OP THE WEST. All Classes of General and Com mercial Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship— The Best. ?l Charges— The Lowest. es Western Ago ' Barton Street, Cobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

jl firUniii / t Dr«tt liliir. / He stepped into )olir Store with a. determination to Be better dressed. He had read our ads. ? they read true. He was tempted to come. He came. And stepped out a better dressed man ? — ! See the satisfied look on his face. Note the faultlessly-groomed appearance I he had imparted to his clothes— look at H :p As/ -L » the fine style ?' a / his clothes / ;i / R k / are cut In— f ? j / v pay particu- f ? . | I lar attention I 8' I FJW of the athletic, per- 1 \ fectly ? constructed \ ^ \ ^ ^j^S' shoulders of the \ | Yet this is but a metaphor of what & 1 hundreds of men are doing weekly. 5 They realise that the initial outlay costs ; just as much for the badly-fitting Suit j a-j for the perfectly-fitting Suit. ' He directed his steps to Economy, torx because, whilst he paid the same as Ij U.-fai r. in 3 new Suit wore twice as long. t tl Ta.i: K hs saved halfl V: fi Stop in here to-day, Sirl v S Jennings Bros. ^ ^ ' 'fht Stnrtr tnhmrr Quality Coonf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

A. Padula. TEE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand the best selected atook ot Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DISTRICT. Prices compared with i; the value of our goods, ore the lowest in Cobar. The only Qualified Resident Optician. Kwong On & Co. ? General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, C0RNISI1T0WN, COBAR, Af6 prepared to cntrr into contracts for supplying Chinese (or ring-barking and scrub-cutting, as well as Chinese servant? and cooks for station?. I IARGE STOCKS OF CROCKERY , 1 IRONMONGERY, GROCERY. MERCERY, and BOOTS and SHOES, carried. Cash buyers of Rabbit anil Fox Skins, &.c. 1 HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. Orders Promptly Attended to. 4 MORRISON Bros'. I LINE OF Royal Mail Goaches Leave the Booking Office, next the j. Baud Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., for WILCANNIA, WHITE CLIFFS, BROKEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. I All Fares, Parcels, ...

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RUSSIA AS BANNER BEARER. NOT REACTIONARY OR BARBARIC [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

RUSSIA AS BANNER BEARER. NOT REACTIONARY OR BARBARIC The Hrltlsh publicist luis alwuyn despised Kussiu. but reflection may suggest that the politicians and preachers have made a sorry mess of the sacred cause of 'Humanity nnd Progress' which presumably has been spe cially entrusted to their care. If reaction ary Russia Is a barbaric State, .wliat of our own belauded democracy? In sackcloth and ashes the nations must find a way out, and a writer in The Round Tabic gives a few particulars which show that Russian ideals may be copied to advan tage and that even the Czars hAVe pointed the path which the nations must tread: — The Russian people are tired of their In terminable warfare, and long for peace with a great longing. »And here, as elsewhere, the Czar has expressed the. national aspira tion in no uncertain fashion. In 1804, when Russia and England were fighting in com pany to overthrow the military domination of Napoleon, Alexander 1. submitted to Pitt a scheme for a 'Confederati...

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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

EALVAVION ARMY. . vm Friday. — Holiness Mooting 8 p.m. - » Sunday. — Holiness Meeting 11 a.m. Sal- 'a vation Meeting 7.30 p.m. 'S Captain Drylie. i ju Lieut. Dudley. I |

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LATEST FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

LATEST FASHION, Nil \y blue ercpo was chosen for the smart design in our illustration finished with but* tons. Tho vogue'for navy-blue materials is not diminishing — ns, even in theso nutnmer months, it is in evidence everywhere in the lighter materials— rrope -lo Chine, ninon, crepe, silk ami taffetas. It will be the fash ionable colour uiso for winter modes — that is quite safe to predict.

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METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

? ( METHODIST .. Sunday, March 14.— Cobar, 11 a.m., Bov. . Tj B. Dcano. Sunday School, 3 p.m. | 7.30 p.m., Rev. B. Deanc. 4 '''/H

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TRICKS IN WAR. WHITE FLAG RUSES DISALLOWED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

TRICKS IN WAR. WHITE FLAG RUSES DIS- | ALLOWED. A good deal of trickery is carried on in modern warfare, for a clever and unexpected ruse will often enable a small force to turn the tide of battle against an enemy far superior in numbers. International law, however, does not permit a commander to trick his enemy In a dishonorable manner. For instance, there are rigid rules concern ing the use of the Red Cross fiag. It must not be placed on waggons carrying anything but medical supplies or wounded soldiers, and vehicles bearing the Red Cross should not carry guns. Combatants cannot shelter in buildings flying the red fiag unless they lay down their arms, for to turn a hospital into a fort is as great a crime as concen trating shellfire on a building sheltering wounded. ONLY GERMANS DO IT. Red Cross trains are meant to be solely used for tho conveyance of wounded, and ' they must not he utilised as a means of escape for harassed troops or for transport ing artillery. It is a great tem...

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ST. QUENTIN'S PRIVATIONS. A SALT FAMINE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

ST. QUENTIN'S PRIVATIONS. | A SALT FAMINE. Patrick dc Bathe writes, to the London Dally Telegraph of January 7 from Northern Conditions of life at St. Quentin sinco the CSerman occupation In August last have be come most trying. I hear that the P°PUI'' tlon has been kept in the mOBt completo ig norance as to the progress of the war; tney are only at times onablca to gainer Bcruy» news from the wounded who pass through tho town. Such InteUlsence is most difficult to procure owing to the strictness of the enemy s regulations as to approaching the ambu lances. _ t . Since JCoveinbcr 6 tho sound of the guns has become Inaudible in St. Quentin, but up to that date, and ever since August 28, they were heard roaring incessantly, day ana night. Up to the present the inhabitants havo boen able to procure the necessities of ilfc. There has been, however, a salt famine, which still- continues, attended by tho most distressing results. Tho shortage of coal is also acutely felt. Tho German autho...

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Back Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 13 March 1915

Back Gountry News. \ -'? Fob the Wbstebn Aob. With the incoming of March the weather has taken ou n slightly cooler nliango. 1 lie prevalence of Btrong blowing duBtBtorms, which have lodged some tonB of soil from Wit cannia and White Cliffs on to those prairies, havo, howovor, mado living i conditions almost as unploasant and trying aB the intense boat. It is jp blowing clouds of dust from dua wost j as I write this, and as thore is no- I thing particularly interesting this .J wook, I thought I might make a par- ? J ngraph out of samo, with advanlago. ( m I expeot tho storms havo reached aa 'If far as Cobar, as you Eoldom miss a ' f | western Booramugga. Tliero has F ? boon no rain Binco I last wrote you. ' j Another welcomo nddilition has i f boon added to my local roll call, in 1/ the person of Fred Gilhort, who has j£ boon omployed as blacksmith aud wheelwright in this neighbourhood. Fred is well known in Collar and »e- j spectod. He likes to havo a road of -j llio WESTEItN Age, ...

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