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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

' 111 /^\ He stepped into ? f«* Liu / \ ^ ? ? Drra M«. / \ O'Jf SaOFC ? I \ with a determination to ne I \ berter dressed. He had read our \ nd*. — they read true. He was / tf f \ tfii:pti-d to romc. He came, ! /^p^' j And stepped out 1/ / a better dressed M§^\ J man ? ! ????« the satisfied look on his face. I /Vrt^' vv Note the tsioltl«-ly grc. r cJ appearance B I he had uixwitt-d «o bis clothes— look at I -s /w X: . the fine style j / J.'-J. his clothes / ' » / (v'-s l& ?/ *re cut in'~ / ? j * f-1. ? |t-V./ pay parucu- / j lar attention j » } }i' &¥ the athletic, per- ? I \ {' - J fectly constructed \ ; I \ | ' S shoulders of the \ f V Coat. . \ a Yet this is but a metaphor of what U; hundreds of men are doing weekly. t.« ) They realise that the initial outlay costs -'? '? ^ just as much for the badly-fitting Suit l. - ; as tor the pertectly-fitting Suit. P V i He directed his steps to Economy, j j *rl'\ because, whilst he paid the same as j ' l:»'ore. n:s ns-« Sui...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

f M. A. Padula, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on band tho Lost solootod I stock of I ? lewellery, Gold and Silver, I Electroplate, etc, i I IN THE DISTRICT. t Prices compared with ' ?; the value of our goods, are the lowest in Cobar. I The only Qualified [ Resident Optician. I Kwong On. &,Co. ft. General Storekeepers and k Produce Merchants, f CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, I Are prepared to enter into contracts for p supplying Chinese for ring-burking and |j scrub-cutting, »b well ns Ohinose forvani? nul cooks for stations. *: LARGE'STOCKS OF CROCKERY, i\ IRONMONGERY, GROCERY. I I MERCERY, and BOOTS ao:l f. 1 SHOES, oarriofl. K 6a»h buyers of Rihhit and Fox Skins, 4c. '?? ' highest prices GIVEN. Mi Orders Promptly Attended to. I I&fce II MOBRBSON Bros'. H . LINE OF S Royal Mail Goaches |v Leave the Booking Office, next the jf - Baud Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and ! SATURDAY, at 5-30 p;im, for WILCANNIA, ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
With the Australians in Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

With the Australians in Egypt. Mr. Jas. Conley. one of the old pioneer p&storalisls of the Oobar dia Iriot, who a oouple of years ago sold ' Corlnga' and is at present residing in Oobar after a trip to tbo old coun try, has banded us tbo following let ters, reooived from bis son, Private 8. Comoy, wttn mo nrsc Australian Expeditionary Forco in Egypt. Mr. Conley has also two olhor sous at tho war : — Privato Conley writes : — ' Egypt, 21st Jan., 1915. We are still camped here and linvo no idoa when wo are leaving. We are getting plenty of bard training, and march milos ovor tho desert evory day. I havo bad a look round Cairo, as wo get a fair amount of leave. Cairo oontainssomo very interesting places You oan seo tbe old slave markots, with rings in tbe walls where unfortunate slaves wero chained. The Citadel, an an oiont fort and prison capturod by Na poleon when lie took the city, is an other place worth seeing. It but underground colls running under the hill for hundreds o...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

Latest Telegrams. Sydney, Saturday. Mr. Ashford stated yestorday that tlio monoy mado available for neces sitous farmers wilt bo restricted to thoso in drought arots. Advances will ho limited to £200 in oach caso. Among thoso offering to oulist yes terday woro two Russian, 0110 of whom was unablo to epoak English. They were told to return when able to graBp what was said to them, and they would probably then ho accept ed. Ono of thoso men recently back from Egypt, who had beeu disohargod on the ground of misconduct, pro sonted himself again for enlistment. Ho was roooguisod and orderod out of tho barraoks. Tho steam lightor Hornet sprang a leak and foundered to the Bouth of Sydney Heads last night, while hound from Manly to Botany. Captain Taifc was drowned, aud two others who were on board wero reaoued by a pilot Btoamer in an exhausted condi tion. Melbourne, Saturday. A world's sohools reoord has l)oen oatablished iu a orioket matoh be tween Melbourne Grammar School and Geelong Co...

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 — 20 March 1915

Latest War News. SYDNEY, Saturday. A Russian oommunique says that battlea aro proceeding in German territory, near Tanroggeu. Germans accuse tho Rusaians of burning vil lages, and have ordorod reprisals on Russian villages in their posaoBaion. It iB roported that tho Grown Priuco of Iiavaria haa boon Borioualy wounded by a fragmont of a shell. An Athena tuossage Bays that a proclamation has boat! issued hy the Turkish Governor of Smyria threat ening to maasaore all foroign resi dents. Tho proclamation states that tbo town will flow from olid to ond with the blood of the enemy, and tho transformation of tho town into a battlefield would be worthy of tho grandeur of Ottoman history. Tho proclamation is not takou seriously. Tho guns of Przemysl oontinuo to fire thousands of hoavy projoctilo3 daily, with little offect. Tlioro has heou lierco fighting for tho possession of villages to tho right and hack of Narow. Tlioy aro con tinually changing hands. Murderous mauhitia gun lighting aro ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

»®nt the best returns FOR ! WH®jLb | PROOUCEandSTOCK. 'TF? V | I H APRI50N, JO N E5 « D EVLI N II0 1 I, 5ydM£Y WE ARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY. * ? ? -|1|1|11 M 9 9 i I The New Autumn Suitings { Have Come — first to Murdoch's in Park-st., of course, tor each of the Mills is always anxious for 'the Lion's ; Share' ot this big store's trade, j Despite the roll of war drums \ your Autumn Suit— it a Murdoch I — will cost only \ 50/-, 551- or 631-1 to- Personal Treasure, and ? it will be up lo the minute in j style and made under our guaran- I tee of a 'New Suit or Cash Rc- I fund' if it fails to please. | |s ° RETURN THIS PATTERN COUPON | |[ TO US TO-DAY. j ?|j Murdoch's in Park-street, Ltd., Sydney. JS Desk Ag | ,f| Please send me New Autumn Suit Patterns. I I | Name ? ? ? j V Address ? ? ? 'i \ * ? i I li ? y ? i H rn S * 1 - In Park-street, S s Murdoch s i*. 8 :j * Australia's Mammoth Men's Wear Store. I [Sol Green1 V Leviathan commission ageni AwUm wnM m ?! flownim— ♦ Tirnnttd IUo«»an^ ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

PREBBYTERIAN. Uobar, Sunday, March 21, 1915. — 11 a.m., ' Who will eervo the King ' 3 p.m., Sunday School. 7.30 p.m., Servico of Song, Moody and Bankey. Bhort, bright servico. All are welcome. David MacQregor.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

i Mail Time Table. Time of departure from Oobar Post OJIioe — For Sydney, 7.50 a.m. (and'wbon bearing Into fee 8.5 a.m.), Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays. Wrigbtville, 7 p.m. Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Louth, Friday, 7.15 p.m. liadon Park, Friday, 7.15 p.m. Gilgunnta, Friday; 7.15p.m. Mt. Drysdale, Tuesdays 6 a.m. And Fri days, 7. lo p.m. Nymageo and BhuUleton, Wednesdays, 7.15 p.m. Elouera, Tuesdays and Saturdays, 10 and 10.15 a.m. Wilcannia, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat urday*. 5.45 p.m. U'cwong, Monday, Wednesday and Fri day. 7 p in. ; ' Time of arrival at Post Oilioo, Cobnr. From Sydney* etc., Mcndny, Wednesday nnd Friday, 6.20'p m., Kroin Wri^htville, Tuefcday, Tbunsday Hi.iJMiundny 7 ».»?», - i. mJ.oytlj Thursday,.* 8 ii m. I -nrlon l.'n k.- Weffnesday, 6 «J», ' ft utidu jilr Turftday. J . i. Mi. 1 »? !♦».' n* d Tliurt (i«» f.ni it it-, ti m I ;M j» nt. I'iMit Nvuh^rr* aixl bhiittleton; Wed*. UtpdxV. f» ii.lfl. ? : I' roiu Klontsra. ^Tuesday atid Balurday, 7 a.m. v ? r:;....

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Cobar.— Mass at 7.80 a.111. aud 10 a.m. Evening Devotions at 7.30 p.m. Vory Bev. Doan Hughos, V.F.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

iiy,™v,N| I caiftRRH . I OF THE STOMACH. I I OV/E MY RECOVERY TO ( : 3LEMTS: I i ! ii ^ ? j ia ^ y Catarrh ol ibe ttomtch is a serious ?Uinta*. No medical men would treal it lightly. Tlie greatest care and scientific aMentimi is dcaiantlf.tJ. | i lcrc is an instance where tbe u:i- i equalled medicine. CIcmenH Tonic, | h did good. Mr.ALU&R 1* lUI-LER. y ot Wisdom Street. Annandale. who M H writes this letter. 6/9/13, vrasafraidio M ,« go about without fear ol a collipic, U W his weakened slate was so acute. Hr l'l ^ now writes ol hii recovery : 1 ? I-rr.lENTS TONIC LTD. {j 'i l»«ve Ucaeihcd aa toucb hy Clcosflts Toaic that 1 fee! a desire to | tail yoa ol it. 'Eigbt months ago I was verjr ill with stomach catarrh. I could not retain any food, and had losl all appe tite. 1 got coraphleijr debUit*t;d ALMOST TO A SKELETON. I only iritd Cleaseots Tonic as a Ui'. re»--urc?. *' Tbe tomilinf ceasad al.tr Iht first few doses. My strength tt tnrainr, 1 was able to walk without (car ?!...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

X\7~ e still have a fair number of rea good seoond-hand hi oyoles most ly fitted with new tyres and fittings, at from £4 10a to £7. — H. DOGGER, Linsley-Btreot.3

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

Jules B. Galland, Late of Forbes, IX AS taken ovor tbe WINE and *-*- COOL DRINKS SHOP, Pad ula's Terrnco, Marsliall-straot, lately cotiduoted by Mr. G. Budd. Cool Drink, and Wine, of the Beit Quality only .erved. I solicit one trial, and am sura you will then come again. 'Western Age' office for Confectionery and Frtiit Bags at Bedrock prices. \ , Blotches On Face * CAUSED BY BILIOU8 CONDITION Notblnc Is mora worrying to peo ple, especially ladles, than to bare ' .1 their complexions spoiled by plm- . pies and blotcbcs. These are lnvarl- * ably due to poor condition ot the blood, caused by a disordered liver not performing Its lunctloiijj, and a ; remedy that 'will set tbe liver . right Is consequently the only thing to freo ono from these disfiguring ODd j painful eruptions. An excellent In* I stanco ot the efllcacy ot Dr. Morse 'a . , Indian Root Pills as a blood purl tying remedy Is rolated by Miss Vio let Dayley. of 3 Moores Street, off Botany ltd , Alexandria, N.S.W., -who V wr...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

BALVA'ilON AEMY. Sunday, Qlst March.— Harvest Thanksgiv ing Services, 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 7.80 p.m. Monday, 32nd March, at 8 p.m., Rev. D. MaoUrcgor chairman. All cordially invited. Captain Drylie. Liout. Dudley.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Big Naval Disaster. In the Dardenelles. Sydney, Saturday. 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

Big Naval Disaster. In the Dardenelle8. SYDNEY, Saturday. 5 p.m. It ts officially announced tlmt the British battleships Irresistible and Ocean and tho French battleship Bouvet havo been mined and sunk in deep water in the Dardonollos, a few British and nearly all the crew of the Bouvet lost. The British battle- 1 cruiser Inflexible (17,250 tons, 25 knots) damaged. The Irresistible is a third-class battleship of 10 000 tons, with a speod of 1,8 knots ; sho carriod 1 12in guns, 12 Gin, 10 12 pounders, U 3-poundocs and 7 Maxims. Tho Ocean was also a third-class battle ship, of 12,950 tons, with a speod of 19| knots ; she citrriod 4 lain guns, 12 Gin, 12 12-pountIorF, and I I small rui'S.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
St. Patrick's Day. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

St. Patrick's Day. _ Tho annual celebration of St. Pat rick's Day, which took tho form of a programmo of piotures and national concert, eventuated at the Stadium on Wednesday, 'and was a great suc cess. Notwithstanding tho depres sion, thero was a large orowd present, and tho receipts amounted to about *au. uuriug the evening Dean Hughes thanked the public for their I generous support, and said ho was j glad to note there was still ' corn in Egypt,' ns was evidenced by tho large 1 audienco. The following vocal items were rendered, and were received with ap plause : — Song, ' Beautiful Irelaud,' children of Convent School ; Bong, ' It's a Long Way to Tipperary,' Masters Dunlop, Letoher and Bolton; song, ' Dear Old Ireland,' Mips Willits ; song, ' God Save Ireland,' ohildren of Convent- School. The procoodincs terminated with God Save the King.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cobar Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

Cobar Municipal Council. Tho usual fortnightly meeting of tho ahovo Council was held at tho Coutioil Chambers on Thursday ovon ing. Present: — Aid. Duffy (Mayor), Francisoo, Sutherland, Woollolt, and Padula. Apologies wero roceived from Aid. Morrison and Leah. COURKSPONDKNCH. From PoBtniaster-Guiiurar8 depart ment, stating that whom local casual labor cotihl ho availed of for lino work, samo would bo utili.soil. From Australian Eleotriii Supply Co , stating they -hud acquired the concessions for lighting tho munici pality from tbo Provincial Elaotrio Supply Co , and asking for recognition of acoounts. — It was docided that the co. bo asked to have a notification of transfor furnished from the Provin cial Elootrio Supply Co. Urom town olerka at Dubbo, War ren and Nyngui, supporting Counoil in matter of water bags and lavatory carriagos on western trains. From W. MJannett, applying for roferenoo under seal of tho Council. — Decided that same he granted. From U. Mullen, drawing attenti...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

Passing Notes. Prnoilt/bd i»t 'Stookwhip.' A slight attaok of illnosB provonted mo roforring to Sorgoant Kiuliado ho foro his doparluro from Collar's hoa pitablo preoinots. The Bamo unfor tunate oauso kopt me away from tho presentation mucin to him on behalf of thn oiliaaiis. Although a publio oflioial, Sorgoant Kinkado was not a man who liked tho limolight indeed, ' ho was rathor of n rotiring disposl- I tion. At any publio gathoring or funotion wlnoli brought him promi nently forward ho was liko a fish out of water. Why this was so it is difficult to understand, for ho is a woll-road and highly intelligent gen tleman, a very good oonvoraalionalist, and one who could express his opin ions well 011 most gonoral siilijocts. This scribo has ofton onjoyod a yarn with the gonial sergoant, and at all times found him most ontortaining and instructive. And yot, strange to say, ho would rarely takoaproniinont pint in tho conversation wlion sov eral wero present, hut would contont himself wi...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

SSgT. ? ? ? ? ? Special Bargains in Cups and Saucers and Plates at SIMONS This Week. White aud Gold Cups aud' . Saucers, 6d. White Dinner Plates 4d aud 5d. White Breakfast Plates 4d and 5d. White Plates, small size, ?-%& & 4d. Knamel Plates, A}4&. \ Marshall.s! ! Advertise in Western Age ' and i your business will flourish. Paper Bags — AT -- Age Office. | ANTHONY |i HORDERNS' |F0R EVERYTHING! Gathered in tni Fifty Oapmrtmwt# I und»r on« roof ara th« frulU of I fOREST and FARM, MINI and MIU, uonvtrUd Into forma af uao and ! Anthony HordernVj I Famous Low Prices «44-jr* #w«sr»»'c« nntf a*«noM- j Country cuciomm ordarfitg throuiji. | thi poal are (ranted In thi iimi a* IhQta buying at th« o«uni«r» Tho Mmi urlom ara ohargod, laetlena ara mado from tha «amo ?took*, and averythtng aaat to tho oountry la carofu'ljr paokad by at. porltnood man. Wrlta for Mco LUU of anything you (twit, paol fro* en raquaat. Anthony Hordern & Sons Limited, Only Universal Provi...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GERMAN ANTISEPTIC. MANUFACTURE OF THYMOL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

A GERMAN 'ANTISEPTIC. MANUFACTURE OF THYMOL. Hitherto the manufacture of the well known antiseptic, thymol, has been practic ally confined to Germany, notwithstanding # the fact that ajowan seeds, the oil from which* Is almost the sole source of commercial thymol, are grown on a large scale only In India, which has thus been supplying Ger many with the raw' material of a valuablo Industry (sayB the Times). No further sup plies of thymol being forthcoming from Ger many, owing to the war, the price had In creased almost eightfold by September last, and Is even now 21s 6d per lb., as against 5s per lb. before the war. There Ih every reason why the United Kingdom should now become the chief centre for the manufacture of thymol. The manufacturing process Is quite simple, and ample supplies of ajowan seed arc available In India. The Imperial Institute, which has devoted attention to this subject, has made inquiries in India, and is prepared to put in tending British manufacturers of thymo...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIPLOMATIC SERVICE. DRASTIC REFORMS PROPOSED. COMMISSION'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 20 March 1915

'DIPLOMATIC SERVICE. DRASTIC REFORMS PROPOSED. COMMISSION'S REPORT. The fifth report of the Royal Commission on the Civil Service, which has been Issued as a Blue Book, deals with the personnel and pay of the Diplomatic Service, the Consular Service, and the Foreign Office (says the Times). The commission as at first appointed in ? March, 1912, consisted of:— Lord MacDonnell (chairman), the Duko of Devonshire, the Bishop ot Soutliwark, Sir Kenneth Mulr Mac kenzie, Sir Henry Primrose, Sir Donald Mac Allster, Sir William Guy Granct, Mr. H.'T. Baker, Mr. A. A. Booth, Mr. A. Boutwood, Mr. J. a. Clynes, Mr. S. J. G. Hoare, Mr. R. IX Ilolt, Mr. P. E. Matheson, Dr. A. E. Ship ley, Mr Philip Snowden, Mr. Graham Wallas, Miss Haldane, and Mrs. E. S. Streatfield. The vacancy created by the resignation of Mr. Baker In July, 1912, was filled by Mr. A. C. T. Beck. Thi; commissioners mention that the of ficial conditions of entry Into the Diplomatic Service fix the amount of private means re quire...

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