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Stock Straying Nuisance. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

Stock Straying Nuisance. [By Stockwhip] Notion that nt last Council moot ing a lultor was rend from a ratepayer complaining that the residents of Bradley-streot wore being pestered by straying oowb. Gentle reader, do not imagine for a moment from this that Bradley-street peoplo are tho only ones in this town who are annoyod by these perigrinaling pesls. Ob, dear no. Cadaverous cattle and hun gry horses may be soon in most streets of the town at almost any hour of tho night. Until writer saw the oom plaint above referred to, ho was under the impression that the by-laws re lating to stock straying on the streets had boon susponded in Oobar until alter tlio war, or until tho minoB Blartod work ngnin, or something. The nuisance, had become bo glaring thnt it looked thnt way, or that tho officers of tho Council had received special instructions to take no notico unlosn they happened to get hurt by falling over a reBling moo- moo under some shop verandah. But it would seem that this is no...

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

James J. Corbetr, ex-ohampion pu' gillst of the world, is in Sydney. He has not come to fight- anybody, but to entertain with monologue playlets and sketohes at the Tivoli. Mr. Hi D. M'Intosh secured Jim Oorbett on his last trip to.Amerion, and is satis fied that Australians will fiudhlm all that is claimed for In'ro. Buy belteV stores for leBB money ab A. B. Campbell's.*

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Great Cobar. SCHEME TO WORK MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 24 March 1915

The Great Cobar. SCHEME TO WORK MINES. The following oable from London, dated 19th instant, appeared in tlio ' Sydney Morning Herald' ou Satur day last : — Tbo Great Oobar debenture holders have resolved in favour of adopting Mr, Pellew Harvey's recommenda tions to work the mines. Mr. Whinney will oontinue as re ceiver, with power to borrow £102,000 to carry on operations. Mr. Pellew Harvey estimates that the ore in sight will enable the mines to be worked for three years, realis ing about 23 per cent, of tbe deben ture capital. [The foregoing cable is simply a repetition of the information made publio by the superintendent, Mr. E. Hogan Taylor, per medium of the AGB, on 27th February last. In the oourse of a conversation yesterday, Mr. Taylor said that in oonsequence of the particulars appearing in the Sydney papers which arrived on Mon day, many people were under tbe im pression that tbe money was now available for tbo Immediate resump tion of operations in Oobar. So far, such was...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NIGHT ATTACK. SENTRIES IN MOONLIGHT. FIERCE 2 A.M. COMBAT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

A NIGHT ATTACK. SENTRIES IN MOONLIGHT. FIERCE 2 A.M. COMBAT. One ot the most vivid personal descriptions of a, night attack on the trenches which haj yet been written appears In tho Figaro with the signature of M. Charles Tardleu. the well known writer, who was mobilised as a cor- 1 iioral at tho beginning ot the war and has seen much lighting since. (Six o'clock In tho evening). Night has come. There is a round moon which peeps out at us from behind the slender stems of the pine trees on the hills In frjnt. As long as she bathes tho woods and the coun try with her mllky-whlto light there Is no danger that the enemy will leave the horizon, or if the tog obscures her, then it \ is time to beware. (Eleven o'clock at night.) Somebody shakes mo roughly. It Is my turn to watch the sentries and the guard. I aland up, shivering, my teeth chattering, my feet frozen, and my moustache drooping with icicles, not at all a willing or graceful figure. With my canvas hood wrapped round my ; head I...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORSES TURNED GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

HORSES TURNED GREEN. He was a sturdy little French gunner, and Io-ed his horse as an artilleryman should, but he was a little disgusted when lie saw the animal turn green — 'as green as an apple!' as he sold when he told the story. White horses aro not allowed at the front, as they are too easily seen at a dis tance, and this is a war in which invisibility Is the great thing- to achieve. Several at tempts have been made, aince the beginning ot hostilities, to dye white horses a service able shade of brown, but so far with Httlo success. Heavy rain haa generally, been the chief enemy of auch experiments. iiio otnor aay z» norses ot one uattery were dyed with a new stain, and to the de light ot officers and men the rain seemed to have no bad effect. But one night tfcc horses had a specially hard bit of work to do. They sweated and lathered freely, and, to the horror of tho drivers, they were n bright green when the morning light fell on them. Something in the stain — tho proud inven t...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TALK ABOUT THE WAR. REAL STORY FROM FRANCE WATERMAN AND THE BOCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

TALK ABOUT THE WAR. REAL STORY FROM FRANCE WATERMAN AND THE BOOHES. Th. teller of tlil» atory In tha London Rvi-nliiK Ni-wn I* TltriMihrnite I'Allnuolte. a MolnMiniL III* proem mlilreiU In !.-? lluleau 'Arlhry.' Qual lie Pinny. Turin. '1 holong to tin; North,' really,' he suld. 'A walcrniunT' l asked. Ho looked at mo from a pair of very open Miie-grey eyes nnd twisted his cap between his fingers. 'How ill,] you know?' ho asked. 'There Is no mistaking you,' I said, and lip laughed. 'Yes, I'm u waterman. I lived most of my tlmu In the North, uu near whore they re fighting now. Then I went down to the Alsne with my wife to make money.' 'Married?' I asked, for ho looked such a bny. 'Eh. oul.' he snld. 'ot tin petlot (a baby). Kh mills, tho three of us. we havo seen things.' 'Germans?' 1 asked. Ho laughed again, and I wish I could de scribe Theo.])hrnsti; I'AUouetto's laugh for yon. I hid -surf the original 1'Allouette got his name from It. 'No,' ho said, ' the Roches are looking for us ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War and the Woman [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

War and the Woman By MAS PEMBEETON. The letter cnrae from Paris, one of the very first the mails brought in. Well she remembered afterwards how that there had been a bruit of the passing of the frost many dr^'s before the deliver ance came. Crowds who had learned to say that the American engineer, John Pabcr, had been the master mind during the terrible weeks; that his were the wheat ships now coming into the ports; that, his genius and his money had ac complished miracles — these crowds heart! with new hope of Ins promise that the wea ther was breaking, and the end at hand. Waiting patiently during the momentous hours, London slept one night through a bitter frost to awake next day to a warm so.nth wind and a burning sunshine. Never J shone sun so Jrindly upon a people which I mourned its heritage. The oldest bc { camo as children in that hour of delivcr | ancc. The church bells rang for a peace, '; not with men, but with God. The island home! God, what it bad \ meant to them all i...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

Latest Telegrams. Sydney, Saturday. The aoting Premier stated yester day that during last month there had boen au inoreaso of £90,000 iu tha revenue compared with the corres ponding mouth of Iho previous year. Comparing this year with the last: _ one, from Juue to February 1 the revenue returns were £1,000,009 ahead of those of the previous year, He still had reason for believiog thai the year's results would nearly ap proximate the estimate. New South Wales was in a very substantial posi tion. Tbe Minister for Defence paid & flying visit to Sydney, and left again last night. Mr. Pearoo deolined to announce the whereabouts of tba Australia and tbe other units 'of tka fleet, but said the oondition of tha orews was spooially well. Daring an application for new - awards, made in the Industrial Court at Newcastle, Juetioe Edmonds said that generally speaking applications for inoreased pay during the war could not be ontertainefl.

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 — 27 March 1915

Latest War News. v 8YDNBT, Saturday. A Gorman ofliooroapturod in Africa declares that Oolonel Maritz, the Boer robol, oaoapod towards Contra! Afrioa. Tho Germans, he added, longed to seize him. It id oflioially announoed in Berlin that Prince Jacobin with strong foroei expelled tho Ru9sianB from Momel. Tho Russians lost 150 killed and 500 wore taken prisoners. Three oaunong woro capturod. Russians whilo traversing Polauger Bufferoil Bovoroly from the gun fire ol Gorman cruisors. An Amsterdam papor Bays that Holland interprets Iho sinking of tha Dutch stoamor Madia, off Beaohy Iload, as tho Gorman reply to Hol land's request for an explanation of tho miizuro of the stoamers Batavia and Ziinstroom. ' A trawler was attacked by a sub marine, hut was saved by a British palrollor chasing Iho submarine which disappeared. A Romo dispatch says that ovory thing is in roadinosa for a goneral mobilisation of Italians. Seven com pior.o 'j!:i?.hos .110 already uniirr 'ita ou!o:ii'H Tlisdopiirluio...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

Tyres vulcanised, bars fitted, wheels repaired, or any class of motor or oyola work. — Th DOGaKB, Linsley jtreet.4 When our Sale ling ia Hying, the prices are low. — M'Gratli and Pow derly, Meroory Speoialists.* Values nt A. li. Oampukm/s store maku Inlying elsowhera oxponsivo* GOOD COUGH MIXTURE. Famous Recipe Used in Thousands of Homes. 'Myself and family use I lean's1 Essence for making cough mixture. We find it splendid and cheap.' — A. J. Frazer, Tonequinae, N.S.W. ' Have used several bottles Heart's Essence, and find it best cough and cold remedy I have ever tried, as well as a money-saver.' — Fredlc. Hay man, Clarendon, N.S.W. I lean's Essence — for preparing good home made cough mixture — is used in thousands of Australian liomcs. It is such a splendid icmcily for all family coughs anil colds and saves so much money — lo/- on every butllc used— that wherever it is tried folks are delighted with it. Get a Iiottlc from your chemist or store to day, and add sweetening and water...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Bread at IId. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

Bread at lid. Tho raising of tho prico of bread by ? tho Wonthaggi (Vic.) bakors to lOd por loaf cash and lid bookod has oiuisod indignation amongBu consum ers. Tho local branch of M10 A.C. M.A. has docidcJ, in addition to ad vising tho mombars' wivos to hake their own bread, that an oiuphatic protest bo ontorod against tho action of the bakers in increasing tho prico of bread, and that the mattor bo pla ced in the hands of the district com mittoo with a view to furlhor action boing taken.

Publication Title: Western Age
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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

SUMMARY. Mrs. Mitchell, a resident of Duhho, over 80 yoatH of ago, 1ms made ovor 500 shirts by limit! for tbo soldiers at tho front. , At tliu Orange District Court nil apprentice discharged on his employer xeliuquishing business, socured a ver dict of £50 damages. Chaff is rising and is likely to see record nrinnH. Miinv atahinri nnrnnra in the Cobar distriob have heon com pellod to buy fotidor for their largo ?took. It ia believed the Federal Govern mot-.t intends taking a definite stand on tho Status borrowing question. Mr - Fisher regards existing arrangeinouts «s a farce. Oopper on spot wns quotod in Lnn don on Monday at £68 53 to £68 IO3 par ton, and at three months at £63 15s to £69. Elootrolytlo coppor at £7i to £74 30s. At tho Wardens Court on Thurs -?' ? 'day, Samuel Green was granted authority to ontoi- hi3 own tenement at Dapvillo, on tho Wrightville road, lor mining porposos. . Wo rogret to hear that Mr. A. L. K3. Brain, manager of the Occidental iniDc, Wrightvillo, is ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Waiting for Bread. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

Waiting for Bread PractioHlly Mm wbola of tho civilian population of Belgium aro in a state of starvation. In Brussels over 200,000 pooplo ovory day wait in the enow for tlioir broad. In' Liego, whoro six months ngo tho bravory of a small nation altered tho whole com plexion of tho greatest war in history, 30,000 old men, womon, oliildron nnd cripplos daily lino up to get their half pound of hread and litre of soup, which alone enahlos tbotn to livo Babioa and ohildrou aro barely being kopt alive for the want of milk. Thoso who Rtill have money aro made to pay, but they aro rapidly diminish ing, and before long thero will bo practically no monoy in all Belgium. Those who stayed and braved tho storm, and faced tho invader, will be at tho mercy of -tbo world, aud if the meroy is strained thoy will die. Bo fore that happeiiR, the amazing self restraint with which those 7,000,000 peopMo are suppressing thoir hatred will collapse. Undor the impelling anguish of hunger thoy will strike do...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

Religious Services. -*?='? CATHOLIC CHURCH. Cobar. — Mass at 7.80 a.m. and 10 a.m. Evening Dovotions at 7.80 p.m. Very Key. Doan Hughes, V.P.

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Uric Acid Solvent. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

/ Uric Acid Solvent. If the kidneys are in proper work ins order that waste produob aud poison called nrio aoid whioh is oon tlnually bo\of formed in the human body h oarried off by the kidneys throufh tho bladder. If on the other hand the kidneys aro sluggish or diseased those organs aro unablo to eliminate and filter out this poisonous pruuuob anu ib rumainy 111 biiu tiiuuu and tissuo in tho form of small cry stals whioh oauee exoruoiating pain, espeoially during musoular movo mont. This pain is variously termed rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica, etc., but by whatever name it is called it all ariaes froin tho samo causo, that is kid nny trouhlo. To curorhoumatism and kindred aihnontn tho sourco of trouble must bo first attoudod to, and tho kidneys put in prqpor working order. Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills will dissolvo thin uriu acid in thn blood and stimulate the kiduoys to carry olT this dangerous poUon in tho way that Nature intnndod them to. Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills aro obtain able ovory...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

PRESBYTERIAN. Oobar, Sunday, March 28, 1915.— -11 a.m., ' A Mother's Lovo.' S p.m., Sundny School. 7.80 p.m., ' Scribes nnd Pharisees.' Short, bright service All aro welcome. David MacOregor.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Shocking Accident. TO CHARLEY ANDREW. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

Shocking Accident. TO CHARLEY ANDREW. News was received in Cobar on Tuesday morning by wire that a vory serious acoident had befallen Mr. O. W. Andrew, in Sydney. No other particulars were supplied at the time, and it was not until tho arrival of the Sydney papers on Wednesday even ing that we were able to learn tho nature of the acoidout aud tho extent of the unfortunate inan'fl ininripn. Th appears that Andrew, who now re sides at Willougbby, a Sydnoy suburb, on Monday morning fell between the carriages and the platform while at tempting to board a train in motion at the Erskiueville station. His right arm was cut off, and tho Newtown District Ambulance conveyed him to the Royal Prinoe Alfred Hospital, whero ho was admitted in a serious condition. Mrs. Andrew waB in Cobar whon tho accident happened, and loft for Sydney by tbo Out available train, which was on Thursday morning.

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METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

METHODIST Sunday, March 28.— Cobar, 11 n.m., Bov. 13. DcaDO. Sunday School, 3 p.m. 7.80 p.m., Rev. B. Deano. Wrightvillo, 7.80 p.m., Misn Thoirms.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

'I HE 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 — 27 March 1915

WePrtn1MmNew&, '. THEREFORE, ' Age' Advts. Pull. PUBLISHED: WEDNESDAY - - - - & SATURDAY. Telephone 57.

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