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

- 'til -$;£?.$&;*;': ;' -- f /iHefkcUoiioWdpnincss an Good Spirit A. C JOHNSTON, Dentist. Marshall-Street Nanr Star Hotul nnd Oppoalte F. T. MoGinley. COBAR Tki.kimiiim: Wu. la. VISITS CANBBLEGO FORT NIGHTLY.- Next visit. Oth to 13lli March. The WjsIwh Ag«. ? with which U iucorporatcil The Cobar Herald, estab. 1877. BATURDAY, MARCH 27. 1910.

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

M. A. Padula, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cpbar, Has always on band the beat selected stock of Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, | IN THE DISTRICT. j Prices compered with ! the value of our goods, ore the lowest in Cobar. The onlv Qualified Resident Optician. . Kwong On & Co. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants. CORN1SHTOWN, COBAR, Am prepared to .cntor into contracts foi ?applying Chinese tor ring-barking aud tomb-cutting, as well as Ghinose sorvp.nte and cooks for station?. LARGE STOCKS OF CROOEEHY. IRONMONGERY, GROCERY. MERCERY, aud BOOTS and ; SHOES, carried. e»«h buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skins, to. HIGHEST. PIUOBS QIVBN. Orders Promptly Attended to. MORRISON Bros'. LINE 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.. Tor WILCANNIA, WHiTE CUFFS, BROKEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parcels, aud Luggage must be...

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

Mail Time Table. Time of departure from Oobar Post OHice— ., For Sjdnoj;, 7.60 a.'m. (and wbon bcAiinE lnte foo S.5 a.m.), Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd Saturdays. . Wrigbtvillo; 7 p.m. Mondny, Wedne» dny and Friday. , - . . Louth, Friday, 7. 15' p.m. Baden Park, Friday, 7J5 p.m. Oilgunoia, Friday, 7.15 p.m. Mt. Drysdnjc, Tucsdnys 6 a.m. and Fri clsyfl. 7.1* p.m. Nynmgco and Shutileton, Wodnoedftys, 7.16 p.m. Kloucru, Turafl»yB and Saturdays, 10 and 10.15 nm. ' . VVilcnnuin, Tutodiiya, TbutsdRya and Bat urdnJ-R. 5.45 pm. . IlWoiig.. Monday. Wednesday and Fri. day^ 7 pm. .-. .. - ? ? . . ? : Time pf-'arrivHl' iti Post OHice, Cobar. From Syiliioy. ftc,, ftlrnday, Wednesday uird Fridi.y, OaOpm.- . . ' . ?l'roiii Wriphlville,- Tntsday, Thured.ay unit buliinlny. 7 H.m. h nm) linuth. TliunulA.v. i- a.m. :-'r-'ni IiikVii I'li.k. -Wediiraday, 0 a.m, ' 1. in ii}l,ni 1. in. iniduighl Tuesday. 1 1T1.. Mi! I 'iymImIc. .Voiidny. a-d Thun i « :. I.', |. iii.'iltiil 10 p.m.: . li- in Njii iiv-c aiid;,Sh...

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

Alleged False Swearing, William Goorgo Millar, found guilty of a charge of perjury at Nymng-)0 on Novoinhor 21, 1-J13, at tbo Dubbo Quartor Sessions on lGth iiiBtant, was Bontoncad by his Efonor Acting Judge Whito. Mr. M Gumn askoil his ilonor to give tho fullest conaidoration to tho jury's rocommendation. Miller was a reputable man, who had hitherto held an unblemished charaoter. His offence was duo probably more to an instinct for self-preservation than to anything else. His Ilonor said it was his inten tion to treat Miller as a first offondor. Porfury was no light offonco, but in this case accusotl had not boen pro viously convicted of an indiotublo offonco. That being so, ho (his Honor) had a certain amount of latitude. Tho soutonco would bo ono of 12 months' imprisonment with hard labour in Goulburn gaol, to be suspended on accused entering into a recognisanco of £50 to be of good behaviour for 12 months, with another Burety of £50, or two of £25 each.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Fisher and the Drought. "NO NATIONAL DISASTER YET." [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

Mr. Fisher and the^Drought. 'NO NATIONAL DI8ASTEB YET.' Mr. Fiblior ban been rebuking Mol botirno alannislB wbo are painting tba Boiitbern drought in lurid colors. 'I nm not laokiuti in sympathy,'' said Mr. Finder, ' witb thouo wbo are HiilToi'iii(! from tbo drcugbt, but it is u mistako to connidor tliat tbifi is a national disastor yet. I have soun in overy part of Australia patcbos in tlioir worst and nt tlioir beat, aud I admit tliat some parts of Now S#utli Walus and Viotoria aro as bad as tlioy inigbt be; but it is a miatuko to loavo uu oppiOHbiuu on peoulu's uiiiida who do not know llioir own country, and on tbo ini'uls of others who Imvo not seun Australia, tbat it is an arid dosort at the proacut timo. Evory droucbt bas been followed up by good boiisoiir, improved floeka and honia, und pic ductivity geuorally. I bavo no doubt that caluio will talto ecmu stops after this drought, as it did after previous ones'

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

Wool Report. [Unison, Jones and Dovlii:, Ii'.d., offorod at auction on Tuosilay a cata loguo of 20S9 bales, including a fair proportion of wools that woro in good order and froo of burrs, hut most of Iho clipr) wnro moro or loss hurry. Valuos for best koiIs woro slightly easier, and for hurry lloece, pioeosaud buHios tho market wti3 irregular, with lowor prices. At unction and pri vately they sold 3038 hales:

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
More German "Hot Air." GREAT AUSTRALIAN BATTLE. THE NEWS IN BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

More German ' Hot Air.' CHEAT AUSTRALIAN BATTL13. THE NEWS IN BERLIN. Somo lime .ago— sborlly iifler Ilia outbreak of hostilities— our readers will bavo oooivHion to recall to mind tbo havoc two duinoutod Turks or Afghans playod on a picnic train at Brokon Hill. Tho incident has ulmost beon forgotten in Australia, hut tlio news of the disaster when it reached Berlin - waB inado muesli of, «ays an exchango from Sau Francisco. Hits is how tbo oflioial statement was uiHilt) known to I he populnco of Germany : — ' A notable success has lieou ac hieved1 by our Amid in Anxlinliri, near Brokon Hill, where a force of Turks surprised and put to flight n superior force which wiih being con voyed by rail. Forty of the oneiny were, killed and Huvouty wounded. The casnaltios among tho Turks hoi pg only two killed Brokon Hill in n» important mining oontre and poit 011 the Woft ooiisfc Australia. The suo ooss of our nuns practically assures the control of the valuablu motal mines in Unit locality ...

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

The ' Roil Bird' and ' Massey Hariin ' Ricyclos hava long been known us the host nud highest-priced machines on the market. We are selling theso now at £15, with host equipment. All fittings 1 for these machines stocked. - If. Dooger. Linsley-utroet.S The catch of the suhhoii — M'G rath and Powdorly's Sale. When wo say Sale, wo mean Sulo.*

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

SHOT WHILE . SINGING. There Is much grief In London theatreland over the death at the front of Mr. Lionel Mucklnder, the Gaiety actor. 'He filled a high place ln the profession,' Mr. Alfred Lester, an old friend of Mr. Mac kinder, told the Evening News, 'but a higher place still in the affection of the theatre world generally and the members of the Green Room Club In particular. 'His quiet, unobtrusive manner hid a talent that deserved much wlQer recognition; it was only his modesty that prevented It. Always fresh and virile, he was a wonderful dancer, and he had a keen sense of humor and u mnui} uuiuic, 'We arc putting up a shield to his memory In the Green Room Club. The last time I saw him was at Portsmouth. ' They told me a Tommy wanted to see me, and Macklnder —in khaki— walked in. 'That was two or three days before he left for the trenches. He came In almost every evening that week when he was oft duty, and sat on my dressing-table while I made up. 'In his last letter he descr...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farewell to Rev. B. Deane. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

Farewell to Rev. B. Deane. O:; «m-.!ny Tvocin^ li'k. ??;?/. H. Doane pronohed his farowoll eennon ut tho Wrightvillo Church, whiuh witR fillod with a largo congregation. On Wednesday noxt., 3Ut instant, a farewoll mooting U to ho hold in tho Cobar Mnthodist School Hall. On Good Friday ovoning, common oing at 8 o'clook, a spocial musical sorvico is to bo hold. Sacrod solos will be rendered, and fitting roferencoa made to tho Easter subject. On the following Sunday, April 4, farewell sorvico3 will he hold in tho Oobar ohuroh. This will also he tho oooasion of tho Sunday School Anni vorsary, wliou upuuinl nuuio will hu rendored by tho childron. Tho annual Sunday School picnic will he hold in Cliosuoy tank paddoak on Eastor Monday. Tiokels to cover 8peoial bus fare aud meal on the ground aro to be had. Tho prico is two shillings. The final meeting at which Mr. Deaue will take part will be on Eaator Monday night, when the annual to port of tho Sunday School will he read and prizes preson...

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

THE CAIRO BOOKSELLER. « — ' An enterlalnlnc story Is told of th. experiences of a Cairo bookseller by. the Times Cairo corres pondent. ' 'Encouraged by the enthusiasm with which Egypt iTeeted tn» Turkish revolution In 1101 this Worthy man Invested In {000 Turkish and Arablo grammars, (or which he hoped to find s. good market la Cairo, Havlpg sold only forty In six years, he was In despair how to dispose of his remaining stock when the great war broke out. 'As tho attitude of the Porte grow more and n or* unfriendly to the Allies, the sale of the gram mars increased py leaps, and bounds, and when Turkey committed, her final folly the shop was In vaded by crowds of Egyptians. 'A tew of these were. Turkish sympathisers, but most of them frightened Effepdls who wished to learn the lingusgo ef th« -Invaders whom they ex pected to bo among them In a few dnys' time, and who hoped thus to keep their posts, - The fortu nate booksellei has now sold out his entire stock, and only regrets that ...

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

Sergeant Jeffery. The many frionds of 8enioroon stable George .Toffory, both in Oobar aud Oatiholofio, will bo planned to hoar of his promotion to sergeant, nooond class. But wliilo Mr Jeffery is to bo congratulated upon his wall-earned riao in tho sorvioo, we fool sure tho citrons of Oitnboiego will rngrot to learn that they nrn toloso thoRorvioos of that natulo, ahlo and onorgotio ofli cor. Sorgnnnt JofTory has huon trans ferred lo YaSR, and Iho department has not givon him muoh tiino for pro parnlion, fur ho is to loavci for Iuh new quartors nlmut l»t April. After being stationed for 15 months in Oo iiul uud 10 ju.113 hi CituliologJ, Sol goant JofTory is entitlod tn a romnviil to a moro congenial olimntn, and we congratulate Iho pooplo of Y.isa upon snouring tho sorvicus of a mniut, fnar less, upright and conscientious polico official, as wall as n worthy citizen. Wo havo no hesitation in saying ho is a credit to Iho forco. It is not yet known who in to Rticceod Sorgoant Joffory ...

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

Special Bargains in Cups and Saucers and Plates at SIMON'S This Week. White aud Gold Cups and Saucers, 6d. White Dinner Plates 4d and 5d. White Breakfast Plates -Id and 5d. White Plates, small size, 3^d & 4d. Enamel Plates, 4^d. J. E. Marshall.st Paper Bags — AT — Age Office. I -ANTHONY? i | FOR EVERYTHING j Oatharaa1 In tha Fifty -ap«rtnafita undtr ona roof ara tha frulta if rORCST and 'AMI, MINI and MILL, all convartid Into forma af uaa an- baauty by tht labtr and ??nlu* «r man. that mlnlltort to lh» physloal and montal uplift of looloty, and Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices aMiira aioallanoa and wunr. Oountryomtomira ordartna; tttrauch tht pool an troated In tin aam« ?ray as thoia buying at Um aauntara. Tht taint prloot art attarr**, tt laotltna art m«do from Um muim ttookt, and avarythlha; ttnt tt tht oountry It oartfully paofcttt ky ti aarlanoad m«n. Wrltt for Prioa llata of anything you want, ml froa on nqu.it. Anthony Hordernfi Sons Limited, ' Only Universal Provid...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Back Country News. FOR THE WESTERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

Back Country News. For thb Western Acik. The aloudg of dual whioli have been blowing alternately for some days past, and lodeod a oonsidorablo quan tity of eand in every direction, have oMod down perceptibly, for at least tho timo hoing. Eight days ago tho Rkv olnudorl tin verv suddenly, eivinc indications of a unoful rainfall. The wind was from tho south, but aftor a fow hours' light drlzzlo it oleared up qtiiokly, only an average of 10 points being rpgintorod. A fall then, or in nnolhor fow weeks, would bo a great benefit tn all in tbopo parts. Tho grass and horlmgo is giving out fast, but thoro ia plenty of hoautiftil water. Aronnd Tvnhio, MnaoKif!. B'-lrai-alil, almost right through Iho Rivnrina, tho outlook is vory sorious. Miles of fonoing havo boon lovolled to tho ground on tho plains, whilst hugo sand dunoB lmvo covorod ovor and huriod wiro-nottod fonce.i and par tially covered bousos and huts. About Wilcannia, T am told, thoro is good food, aud largo quantities of stock aro...

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

jjjfpYOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS FOR ' I TRY | cVpNE^ WE ARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY. ? ? 'Your Autumn Suitings are the Best I have seen,' writes a cus- fi°Qfr tomer, and many others tell \v '§? us the same over the counter. r r-^s.*'* This is really autumn, sir, mtSttmlHtBfs. an ;- YOU should see ?jHEHIHL Murdoch's New B^^ Autumn CC, ??9 Suitings 551- ^iliF . Choice begins with Tweeds HBH^H) trom Australian Mills. Then iAiPHIff //i-? British Tweeds and Wor- H^Bi 1 steds in firm finish and rough ? mfWWml ~TFX effects; popular greys, browns, ||| is 1'ffll) Lj six inc/i broken checks, dressy jjyi'i is fiQ| V^^Ai pinhead and bird's eye pat- Kill |r) 'I\5|m' . . terns. Just siip the coupon in Mai] ' pi';:jj If u //ie pos/ anc/ //je patterns |!|| f Viillj I ll J cojtjc 6t/ return. As to the !,, \\ \ I ... ll'yl \V tailor work, Lave it with us. Ib'j. pjs ! '?',???''?$ ^^ We guarantee a new suit or %§, '''Mk cash relund it dissatisfied. *^ W 077/tf/? AUTUMN PRICES ARE 50/-, 60/-, 63/-, 75/- and...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Critical Days. SHORTLY TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

Critical Days. SHORTLY TO ARRIVE. Tho opinion is advanced by ' Tho Timoa ' military oxport that tho cril i oal dayn of tho war aro approaching in which view tho ' Daily Mail ' and tho ' Daily Graphic ' concur. 'Tho, Times' writor says that the works havo boon proparod to tbe roar of tho Allio3 Iino3, not only a fow milo3 hack, bub sovoral days' march. It 13 oxpoctod that tho Germans will mako another attempt to roach Calais, this hoing Iho proludo to offon 81 vo and defonsivo preparations on a much largar scale than anything pro viouBly. Tho ' ' Daily Mail ' doclares that Austria and Germany havo at least 6,000.000 mon availahlobetwoon them, and that tho Allies' loss in tho Ncnvo Obapolle region for an advanco of a little ovor a mile are a gauge to the stupendous efforts required to forco tbo onomy from Belgium and Franco The paper urges that oonsoription alone is the moans of providing tbe hundreds of thousands of mon neces sary, Tho ' Daily Graphio ' deolaroa that the Neuve Obapol...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cobar Police Court. THURSDAY—Before Mr Laidlaw. Police Magistrate, CRUELLY ILLTREATING ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

Gobar Police Court. Thursday— Before Mr Laidlaw, Polloo Magistrate. Ordklly Ii-i.thbatino Animate. Henry M'lAughlin was proceeded against for cruelly illtroatiug oertaln animals, to nit, shoop. by knowingly overorowding tho said sheep. Mr. Bollon npponrod for defoudant, who pleaded not guilty, but subsequently plondoil guilty. Horlwrt lidwnnl Taylor, policooon Btablont Oobitr,dopo«eil — About 10 30 p.m. on Gth instant be saw a waggon otto standing in Marshall-street, in front of the Grand Hotel. Sergeant Kinkndo walked into iho iiuiul uml defendant oaino out. 'Jlho sergeant said to defendant, ' Get away out of this ami got those sheep off tho trap as quickly as you can.' Thoro wore 10 or 11 eheop in tho wnggonotto. Tbo vehicle was small, and lite shoop woro pnokod vory closoly, in some in stancos ono on top of Iho other. Thoir log* woro tied with pioces of string, and Uioto was wire round Uioirboilios to koop them in. Thoy were loaning over Iho hack of tho trap, nnd the wiro was to ...

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

BALVAVION ARMY. Friday.— Holiness Mooting 8 p.m. Sunday.— Holiness Mreting 1 1 a.m. Sal vntion Meeting 7.30 p.m. Captnin Drylic. Lieut. Dudley..

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

SMALL DEBTS OOTJRT. W. Miller v. Harris Levy, olaim for £1, work and labor done. Plaintiff nonsuited. Sing War v. Hamilton, olaim for £1 12s Cd, goods sold ami delivered. Vordiot for £1 2s 6d.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Canbelego Police Court. Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 27 March 1915

Canbelego Police Court. Before the P.M. G. Eiisor, A. Turner and A. Fitz gorald were charged with behaving in a riotous mamior. Each was fined 5s, and 6s oosts. . For using indecent language, Geo. Ensor, O. Byrne ana J. Smith woro eaoh fined 20a, aud Gs oosts. J. J. Kilmartin was oharged with bohavinn in a riotous manner, and using indecent language. Fined 10a, and Cs.ooBts, for the first offenoe, and 30s, and 6s oosCs, for tbe second, J. Bright and O. Kelly were fined 2s 6d, and Gs costs, for removing timber from Orown lands without a lioense. For using indeoont language, F. Oullen was ordered to pay 20a, and 63 ooBts. Egan and Patterson v. Thomas Hogan, oharged with wilfully oauaing stock to 8 tray. Adjourned till 16th April next.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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