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A Bachelor's Nieces PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. COPYRIGHT. CHAPTER XXIV. -(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

A Bachelor's Nieces, yCI/iTHHBP BT BMCOIAL ABRANOIMENT. 7fBv i.mt*or*f '»oe*jriEUin tit Snow,' 'Th. Brokon 8«1,' -BtnMthtk. Wat.,' ??AWtt«rBlr.aritat,» 'Th» Drift .f Fa^.' 'Tfc. 8«ir.t of ti. Blrtr,' 'TlrtLMtWtwiV' 'AHJM.nOh.in,' '? A Cuntir oVMtkurt' 'Hw PnwlM Tru.,' On Golden Hlor..,' ' A Fatal Put,' ' H4. Will u« H.n,' *c, *t. ' OOfYRIBHT. OHAPTEB XXIV.— tConlinutJ.) When 8am saw Bobert open his oyos, he uid in a kindly manner, 'Take & drop moro of the spirit, sir. I get it at the Shades of Albion, 'and there they keep nono but the best.' '? Thank you very much, but I think I havo | had enough,' oniwered Robert, in a feeble voice. ' By the out of your collar, sir;*£ tnlte you to De a parson, ana i am ainiia lor tne noxt week or two you will only be able to me your oongregation with one of yo%r optics ; but hs ?oon aa wo get on ahoro I will run hiii! get a bit of beefsteak and lay it on, und thnt will bring down the swelling in no timu.' 11 How la the young* laJy ?' lutkcd...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Alleged False Swearing. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

Alleged False Swearing. At Ibn Diilibo Quarter Hcasioim on TueBfliiy, IGlh inctunt, bofcro Aiding Jmljio Whilo, Willinm Gcorgn Miller plcadori not guiily to a. chingo of falsely swearing in the Police Court at NymaRoe, on 2UI November, 1913, before Mr. M. J. M'Mnlion, Hie Polien Mncifltinlo. Ho wns dofenriori by Mr D. M Gulnn. Constable. Campbell, answering Ilia Crown ProBocutor, stnted that on 16lh Ootoher, 1913, accused wnR ore of a paity who wore playing at cards in the liar parlor of tlio Rcynl IIolol. Acoused used certain bad language to one of tbe men who wero piny ing with him ; and witness, ovorhenring him, laid an information. Countable Toohill etatcil thnt ho aoled as O.P.S. at NymnReo. Tho ohargo agninst accuseil wns heard by Mr. M'Mnhon. Witness henrd nc cused being chnrgoil with liavinR uscil tho words indicated. Accused then swore he used no euch language Constable Campbell (recalled), re plying to Mr. M'Guinn, said ho had known accused for sovon yenis. He occupied a p...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURE OF HABITUAL CRIMINALS. TONY BEATS THE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

CURE OF HWITUAL CRIMINAL* TONY BEATS THE BEGOBD. The study of criminology, its divers causes and the problem it presents to socioty is most fascinating. The novel ist, dramatist, and the social roformer find an lnexhaustiblo mino of surpris ing rovelatlons in tho perusal of criminal records. It has been testified of late years that humane treatment can accom piisn moro m tho reclamation or crim inals than tho severe penal discipline formorly practised. This is substantial ly corroborated by tho interesting annals contained in tho report of the Prison ers' Aid Association, Sydney. 'Tho habitual criminal,' to quote Captain Noltrestein 's opinion in an ol4 report, 'is ono of the deadliest and eost liest produoU of civilisation. ' What aver hope is entortained for the first offender, tho ease of tho habitual crim inal has hitherto been regarded as ab solutely hopeless. Life long incarcera tion as a deterront seemed the only way of dealing with such offenders to safe guard society. Notwi...

Publication Title: Western Age
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A Popular Parson. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

A Popular Parson, The Bev. Bernard Pcano, for Ihe last threo yoara Motlicclisl minister in Cohar, will tnke his derartuio on 6th April /or Sydnoy, wheio ho hns been nppointcd to llio Jjcdfeni mission. During bin threo years' rcsidctico hero, Mr. Denue has mndo a wido circlo of friends among all Ecctioim of (ho community, who will rcgrot his departure. In church work, llio now Methodist Church, orcctcd a little over a year ngo, will stand nB an en during monument to his onorgy and zeal, whilo his Cno character and jovial personality will be greally missed. The rov. gentleman has seen Cobar in its prosperity »«'d adversity, and tlio experience of threo yours' ro sidenco is suio to I.e helpful in his new sphere of labours. In the realm of Bport, as a tennis player and foot baller he was as in all other thingB, an enthusiast, and as referee of many a hard fought football match his de cisions were always characterised by fairness and an intimato knowledge of the game. Both Mr. and Mrs. D...

Publication Title: Western Age
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TO AUSTRALIA IN 16 DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

TO ATJSTBALIA IN 16 DAYS. To proceed by tho shortest routo from London to tho Eastern States of Aus tralia — say, Victoria or Now South Wales— -now takes about thirty-one days. Tho journey can bo dona in this time either by going overland to the Mediterranean, and by steamer thtnee to Australia, or by crossing Amorica and catching tho boat at Vancouvor or 8an Francisco. To travel all the way by a British steamer takes rough ly five weoks. Needless to say, tho Aus tralians aro anxious to have tho time reduced, and they look forward to tho day, which they hope is close at hand, when they will bo able to do the jo-.ir noy in threo weeks or oven less Oae means of reducing tho journey would bi the construction of the long-proposed liiilway to India, and the running of borts of speed equal to th«r Mauritania and Lusi'-inia botwetn India ,iul nu north or west coasts of Australia, whore the journey would bo resumed on a transcontinental railway to tho popu lous Eastern States. 8uch a servic...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Mr. Wragge's Forecast [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

Mr. Wragge's Forecast. Mr. Clement WrnKCO has compiled a forecast for the seasons of Aus tralia for tho next 15 years, mainly based on the physical conditions of tbo sun with respect to its maxima and minima moods moving in cycles of 11 yenrs, enteriogupon.Mr. Wracce says taking Australia ns a whole, tlio rainfall will he below the average. This by no means implies thnl there will bo no rain. On the contrary, good intervening rnins will come, and the last part of tlio year will he bet tor than the first. From tho iniddlo of 1915 onwards Ihe rainfall will markodly increase, and from 1916 to 1920 inclusive will ho distinctly good, with abundant precipitation. After 1920 llio rainfnll will stendily fnll off, niid tho worst part of tho next year ' undor average ' poriod will bo justified in being called a drought. In 1925 matters will begin to improve, and good seasons will prevail from 1925 to 1935.

Publication Title: Western Age
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WALL PAPERS. THEIR EFFECT ON GAS BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

WALL PIPER8. THfllB EFFECT ON QAS BILLS. In a recent issue of 'Gas Logic,' the official organ of tho Consolidated Has Company, Bobert E. Livingston*, publisher, an illnstratod article pro vidos much food for thought, says tho 'Now York Horald,' and demonstrates how all dark wall-papers absorb light, while light wall-pafors provide practi cally perfect and ovenly distributed Illumination. Tho articlo illustrates n ?muuw apurimcnt sot up in tho ouices of tho gas company. Tho five color booth into which a part of the apartmont is dividod offers a striking objoct lesson in light wasteful ness and is an exhibit that every pro perty ownor, agent, apartment, and office tenant might study to advantage. Each of tho five 'oolor booths' is papered with a wall-papor of a differ ent color, but although oach booth is lighted from above by an inverted man tel -lamp of precisely tho same kind and intensity, thore is a wide variation in the amount of illumination in oach. In tho first two booths on ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

The Sure Sign. A dull persistent pain in tho baok — an aolio that spoils sleep, and is worse in tbo morning; a sharp, cut ting pain when bending— is a-suro sign of kidney disease. It is nob really the baok aching, but the kid neys, which lie just beneath the small ol the back- Doan's Backache Kidney Pills quickly roliovo tho kidneys and help them to drive out of the body the poisons which cause backaohe.dropBy, urinary disorders, rheumatism, gravel, stone. Tbo caee hero given, proves that the cures are thorough : — Mr. Tlioums Heado, Store, Lindsay Street, Cobar, says : — ' I am well oonvinced of the merits of Doan's Backaobe Eidney Pills, and I do not speak from heresay, but from practical experience., I was a martyr to kid ney disorder for some time, and this remedy cured me, and I have been well ever sinoe, a period of over ten years. I wbb subjeot to dizzy feelings, and tbe secretions were disordered, but my worst suffering was with my back. There was a oonstant aohe just above ...

Publication Title: Western Age
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POULTRY. THE WINTER MONTHS. How to Tide Over. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

POULTRY. THE WINTEB MONTHS. How to Tide Over. 'Tho noxt three months constitute, perhaps, tho most trying time of the year for the poultry-farmer, especially for the beginner. Hens over a year old aro in various stages ot moult, and last season's pullets will not as yet havo produced many eggs, consequently the egg yiem is a constantly aiminisung quantity. The bulk of tho surplus Btock will have been disposed of, and therefore income will necessarily be on a low scale, while expenditure will havo to. be maintained.' So says the Poultry Expert in an articlo appearing in the current 'Agri- cultural Gazette,' in which an endeavor is mado to afford helpful suggestions, cspociallv for tho beginner, in tho mat ter of reducing expenses. Even in normal times, tho poultry keeper who manages to cover disburse ments during the winter is considered to be doing well, so that this season, when there is every prospect of abnor mally high expenses, the necessity for rigid economy is obvious. What t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

THE PRINTING HOUSE OF THE WEST. All Classes of General and Com mercial Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship — The Best. Charges— The Lowest. Tm 'Western Age,' Barton Street, Cobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

,1 d«»i^». / \ our Store ♦?^?^ a / ^^ \ 0 K /z**Z&-3 \ witn ? determination to oe J? /V3^^^- \ berter dressed. He had read our S /*~£'S%V \ «l* — they read true. He was | /^S||ft T \ ^'P'*1 t0 comc- He O'»*. | A^^V ] ^a^ s'ePPe^ ou* 1 (S\hk^h / a better dressed -I J/aw$E\ / mad ? ! » /|^O*^V -AN?m^aX See the satisfied look on his face. « i \i*^B-As''''JV vSk^X Note the laultlessly-groor.ied appearance t /\!? V-f i^A *2V^ be had imparted to his clothes-look at I / trJ^MT / ?'? clothes / % i RiM ' „/ are cut in— / | I tn.~K2/ lar attenUon 1 I 3 RISK °' the athletic per- 1 g I RyO' 'ectly - constructed \ a \ h y shoulders ol the \ I N'' -J^ C°at' * \ & ?tt rhts is but a metaphor of what y'X fi htaidrefo of men are doing weekly. ?§ 81 The7 realise that the initial outlay costs S-; U rust as much (or the badly-fitting Suit & 8j as for the perfectly-fitting Suit *' C He directed his steps to Economy, % too. because, whilst he paid the same as , M before his new Sui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

Ail: A. Padula, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on band the best selected Btook of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DISTRICT. ' i Prices compared with 9 the value of our goods, I ore the lowest in Cobar. The only Qualified Resident Optician. ~Kwong On & Co. ? General Storekeepers and I Produce Merchants, ? CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, ka- proparod to ontor into contrasts (or ?applying Chinese lor ring-barking and wrub-outting, aa woll as Ohineso servants »nd oooks lor stations, '; LAE6E STOOKS OP CROCKERY, 3 IRONMONGERY, GROOERY, I MERCERY, and BOOTS and ' I SHOES, carried. I tsih buyers of Babbit and Fox SWn«, &.o. I HIGHEST FBIOBS GIVBN. I Orders Promptly Attended to. I MORRISON Bros'. II ? LINE OF I Royal Mail Go aches f Leave the Booking Office, next the ? Band Hall, Bourke Street, Cobar, 1 Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and I SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., tor WILCANNIAl WHITE CLIFFS, BROKEN HILL ?* and all Intermedia...

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BEES AND HONEY. FUMIGATING FOR WAX MOTH. Practical Suggestions. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

BEES AND HONEY. ruMiqATnre fob wax moth. ifetjBHjf Practical Suggestions. During the present month a thorough ? examination snouia be made of oil comb, whether stored in the honey room or in use in the hives, and any batoh of combs or bits of broken comb that are found to be infested by the wax moth should be Bet aside for fumigation. In deed, if the moth is prevalent abont the apiary, all comb not in use should be treated. ^ Preparations. Hydrooyanio acid gas is the boat poison known for killing the pest with out injuring tho comb, but its appli cation needs somo care to ensure suc cess. Place everything infested, with moth or grubs in a room that can be made reasonably airtight, by covering ; all cracks, openings, etc., with strips of pasted paper; If tho eaves along the iron roof are open, they should bo plugged up with old bagging. Every thing .likely to have moth eggs on it should then be placed so that the gas can reach every part of it. I Infested, combs can be hung in sparo ...

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AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. These Notes are Issued every week, under the personal supervision of the Hon. George Black. M.L.A., Minister of Agriculture N.S.W., and are booed mainly on the experience of the Department '* No. 203. LIVE STOCK. ECONOMY IN FEEDING. On Present Quotations. The relative values of fodders of var ious kinds is a subject of much interest to farmers, »t the prosont time. A ' strong' demand for wheaten ohaff, duo to shortage in districts that usually produce largo quantities of it, is respon sible for a city quotation of £9 for prime, and as higb as £10 in certain few districts, while lucerne hay of pri mest quality in small bales docs not ex ceed £6, and in largo bales £5. Tot the nutritive value of lucerno hay is dis tinctly higher than that of vrhoatcn chaff. According to analysos mado by th« chemist of tho Department lucerno hay has an albuminoid ratio of 1 to 3.8, while that of wheaten chaff is 1 to 4.7 — in other words a given...

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Cobar Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

Cobar Rifle Club. Tho following aro the results of the recent sealed haudicnp competition at 500 atul COO yards, conducted by the Oobnr Riflo Oluh:— 1st, D. Campbell, 36, 35, hop. 8—79; 2nd, G. Martin, 37, 31, hep. 9—77 ; 3rd, E. Gudgoon, 35, 30, hop. 12-77. vY comhiued shoot has been arran ged for Easter Monday, on the Cobar range, Wrightville, Illewong and Co bar Bifle Clubs participating. Shoot ing will oommeuoe at 10 a.m., and matohos have been arranged for 300, 500 and 600 yards, 7 shots at eaoh rango A big muster of riflemen is confidently oxpooted on this day. The next drill has been arranged for Thursday eveuiug, at 8 o'clock, ab tlio convent squaro. All riflemen and others interested aro cordially invitod ? to altoud.

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Latest War News. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

Latest War News. * Sydney, Wednesday. The Austrians have lost 100,000 man in their efforts to rolieve Przo iinysl. All oattle and sboop have been slaughtered and horsos killed for food. Disease is rampant, and thero \B a terrible outbreak of typhoid fever, in oonsequenoe of which the garrison has dwindled down to 25,000. Final ouoris lo ureaK turougu to relieve fortross wore made by Auatro German forcoB in the Carpathians, but were repulsed with heavy losses. General Kusmnnok nddrosEed tbo garrison on Thursday, and said : ' Wo have readied our last provisions. I lead you to pierce the enemy's iron oirole, and you musb crush everything and opon llio way.'Clit.' Each soldier wan givon five days' biscuits, warm clothing and now boots. It was ar nuiRod that 20,000 should make a sortie, hut several units refused, and only tho 23rd Honved division (which wns wiped out), nnd parts of tho Landwolir and Fourth Hussars sor lied. They were principally repulsed by Territorials and reservo infan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

Special Bargains in Cups and Saucers and Plates at SIMON'S This Week. I ?QPl ?i — ^ ft: If1* White and Gold Cups aud HJJV Saucers, 6'd. o S . White Dinner Plates 3j'4 4d and 5d. .^ White Breakfast Plates Bfr. 4d and 5d. 1 2j£- White Plates, small size, ^ 3#d & 4d. — p Enamel Plates, 4-^d. m j. a Marshall.st Advertise in ' Western Age ' and your business will flourish. Paper Bags — AT — Age Office. I ANTHONY. H0RDERNSy [FOR EVEBYTH1M6, I.thtrtd In th* fifty Dapartimnti untfir ona roof art tha frulta »t rOREST and FARM, MINI and Mill, ?II convtrttd Into forma of ina an* Tha wsrld hat bein atarohad ttr all that mlnlttcra to tha.phyiloal an-t mtntal uplift or moiety, and Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices auun aicillanoa and aatnomy. lountry ouitomtr* ordarkis through tho pott ara treatid In tti* aamt way at thoia buying- at U» Muntara. Tha umi prloM ara ohar»-t«, aa. Itotlona ara made tram tha aarnt ataeka, and ?v»rythlnl aant ta tha oountry ?? oarafully paokad ay ai. aarlanoa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

You can make tho best purchases in children's footwear and hosiery ab A. B. Campbell's.* 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, acts quickly in clearing the head, promptly eases sore throats, whooping cough, croup, bronchitis, asthma and other stubborn colds, and saves io/- for your pocket. Into a jug put four tablespoonfuls of sugar or honey, three of treacle, two of vinegar, and a large breakfast 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 obtainable. It is equally good for both young and old, contains no poison or injurious drug of any kind, is wonderfully effective, keeps good always, and is'a great money-saver. ' The mixture I make from Hean's Essence is the best and cheapest cough mixture ...

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Naval Disaster. IN THE DARDANELLES. LATER PARTICULARS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

Naval Disaster. IN THE DARDANELLES. LATER PARTICULARS. 8YDNEV, Monday. Further particulars of tbe naval disastor in the Dardanelles show thnt in a general attack at the Narrows on Thursday, the firo of the forts was silonced by battleships. As tho French squadron after brilliant gunnery was passing out the Bouvet was blown up by a drifting mine, and sank in less man tnreo minutes. Practically the whole of the crew were lost, an in ternal explosion apparently suporvou iug on the explosion of the mine. Tho relief battleships ronewod llio attack ou the forts, which re-oponoil lire, hut lator on llio Irresistible quit tod, listing heavily, and sank an hour and a half lator. Shortly afterwards tlio Ocoau struck n mino and sank. Practically the whole of the crow wero removed safely, under a hot tiro. The damage dono to the forts oan not ho estimated. The bombitrdmont and mino swoeping operations wero terminated by darkness. Tho French warship Gaulois was also damaged. Two other British wa...

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