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HIGH EXPLOSIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

HIGH EXPLOSIVES. Tile choice of tho French In the mutter of explosives has been the powerful compound melinite, and.. experiments made with shells nilcil with tills huv*' shown that they can 1). fired through no less than 1'in. of armored plate without exploding. . M That is nn essenuiu , ,7, , leave the muzzle of the gun with an Initial velocity of upwards of 200flft. per second. The llrst thing to bo considered Is that the explo sive shall be of such a nature that the shell Is not likely to burst before leaving the gun, and once that Is overcome the next object Is to prevent tho shell from exploding before t leaches the object against which it Is dl rected. , - The British Government hi's been very fa vorably Inclined towards cordite and also lyddite, which latter derives Its name rrom the pluce of its manufacture, Lydd In Wales, and shells charged with this composition have, been, successfully tired through 6ln. of The high explosive favored by tho Austrlans Is called ccraslte. T...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NARROW ESCAPES. SHELLS DROP NEAR. BAGPIPES ON THE MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

NARROW ESCAPES. SHELLS DROP NEAR. j BAGPIPES ON THE. MARCH. A member of the l«»nd«»n fc*ettl-h wroi»* -m Januury 13:— We rarne here — l he nearest M« town — ytvieiduy for ii *c*t. Our billet U a filthy storeroom of nn tirpliunagc. hut we have tl'^nvn evcrytnluK out, put down dlalufcctiint, and gut a tin* goiiiK. m» urn more or less comfortable. It wus n treat hint nltfht io take oft one** kilt nnd boots and steep in iMin lort. after having had them on for over Hirer u-«-a1-k. uv hud previously been sleeping In struw used by German*. Frenchmen. Indium, and Urltiph in turn! Ono duy 1 managed to set a bath. I wandered Into u house, lit a Arc. put on a hug* cautdrnn of wuter. und splashed about In u I. Ik tub for half an hour— and woke np next morning ('?flint; an bad »» ever! There will bo it rare rush on the bulbs when they let us loose to-day. I wjih almost regretful to leave the stone of our hint engagement. Curiously enough we of the headquarter* staff had the most comfortable bill...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

Relujious Services. c.vniouc uiuuoi. Cobar.— Mass nb 7. GO a.m. ami 10 n.m. Evening J)cvo!!ci:k nl 7.20 p.ta. Very Hcv. Dphii 1 1 nt^hcs, V.F.

Publication Title: Western Age
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RIFLE CLUBS. MOVEMENT SPREADING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

RIFLE CLUBS. MOVEMENT SPREADING. The Council of the Public School Teach ers* Association of New South Wales ha* addressed an open letter to Us member's urging them to assist the authorities to se cure adequate national dcfcnce by active participation In the mile Reserve move ment. In the metropolitan area nnd In ths larger lown.s members may attach thetn xelveH to the local club, where ono Is ul jumicu, or co-operate wmi oilier citi zens in forming one. In the smaher centres | the Initiative will probably devolve upon the 1 teachers. In any case, the council feels that in the movement there Is room and need for the energy, the organising ability, aim ! the patriotic effort of every teacher. A pro- 1 posal to form a Metropolitan Teachers' Club was carefully discussed, and it was held that the proper place for the teacher was not In a teachers' chV, but In his local club, which he can materially 'stiffen' and strengthen. Mr. J. B. Sherborn, supervisor of Rifle Clubs, Victoria Barracks...

Publication Title: Western Age
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

ntESBVTEUIAN. Cobar, Sunday, April 4, 1915. — 11 a.m.' nml 7. M0 p.m., spcchil services, ' Vic tory, Truth and Light.' 3 p.m., Sun* d*y School. Jlr. Carter eoIoj'sL Short, bright scrvicc. Conic to tho Light. All nro welcome. David MacGregor.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Cobar Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

Cobar Municipal Council. Tho usual fortnightly mooting of tho above Council was held at tbo Oounoil Chambers .Wednesday oven i«K. Prosont : — Aid. Duffy (Mayor), Loali, Suthorland, Woollott, and Da vidson. COnilESPONDENCE. From Local Govornmont Depart ment, acknowledging receipt of noli liciitioi)»rH temporary closing of llio Cohar pound. — Rocoivod. From Chief Secretary's ollico, stat ing llio Cobar Park racecourso had not been registorod Hiia year.— The maltor was allowed to stand ovor for a fortnight. From n. Hoino, stating ho had audited thu Council's books, and found them woll kopt in accordance^ with tho Act and regulations. — Received. From Edwin James, Stralhfield, applying for the remission of £4 odd iulorest duo on rales. — Tho olork said ho had written Mr. Jamos stating that Couucil had no power to remit the intorost, though lie would bring tlio maltor beforo tho mooting. — The clerk's action was ratified. From G. 0.' Cartor, applying for pormisBiou to conneot tho Prosby ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

METHODIST ?fiunday, April 4.— Cobar, farewell services 11 n.m., 3 p.m. nnd 7.30 p.m., Key. B. Dcane. Sunday School anniversary.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

H-E-A-N-'S BEST FOR CHRONIC COLDS. 'The cough mixture I made I'n.m Ilean's Essence is the best, remedy I have ever used for chronic colds. I cured myself in a very short time, and can safely recommend it to anyone who suffers with throat and chest complaints.'— I. C. MacVicar, Colo Creek, N.S.W. Making cough mixture at home with Mean's Esscncc is so wonderfully eco nomical and the mixture you make is so good, that- users promptly recom mend Hean's Essence to others. Every bottle you use saves at least io/- for your pocket. Tl)is home-made Ilean's Essence Couch Remedy gives instant nnd comforting relief from all the usuat family coughs and colds. As a gargle for sore 'throats it stands a champion. It is pleasant to take, is enlirely free from liannful drugs, nnd is always valuable in cases of Asthma, Iironchiiis. Croop and Whooping Cough. Hean's Esscncc is sold by most chcmists and stores, or post free oil receipt of price, 2 /-, from G. W. lleaiv !7S'T,'astlcrca'.;li Street, Sydney,...

Publication Title: Western Age
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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

SALVATION ARMY. rridny.^irolincsa Meeting 8 p.m. Sunday, — Holiness Meeting 11 a.m. Snl* vntion Meeting 7.80 p.m. Captain Drylie. y Lieut. Dudley.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Rainfall at Cobar. RECORD FOR THIRTY-THREE YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

Rainfall at Cobar. RECORD FOR THIRTY-THREE YEARS. Tho following is tho monthly and yoarly rainfall rocordod at Cohar for tho last 33 yoars, from 1882 (whon rccords woro first taken) lo dato. Tho groatost rainfall in nny ono yoar was 31 inclios and 48 points in 1891, and tho Eniallest. 5 inches aud 29 points in 1888, which latlor total was also noarly oquallcd iu 1902. For tlio figures wo aro indebtod lo tlio Weather Bureau officials, Sydnoy. and Mr J. Loali, Cobar. (100 points equals 1 inch) : — ' ^ oggggfg's'gSr gigs' g § g SffE* s5 Ssgjf j} p B 6 o 5 J. - » £ gfg- ^ cr- C- ^ 5 I HlOfr H CO o HOJtO -5 to o W Cn O) H CD Q3 I MCOCOOLOtO-^COoOOCOO LO I IO »-* CO to | CtO Ci CO CD CO to CO CO CO J ot O to O O to to -3 C5 CO I - t'4 -q HH CD H* | CO -3 Ot CO to VUCD OlUHW CD CO | COO)CdOO)COH»OCOUO Cl I CO h-- H Cl CO tO I -— » CO tO ^ i^U-OO^ttCO CD CO I OHOtOOO^^^WCOO Cl lS ! to lO lO CO -si -a -q CO #+ Cl tu to Ci Ci I I o CD Q I to h- CO CD © CD Cl -J O I I cs CT t-i HU19M CD CO COC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

'! HK J' I; IN TING HuUSB . OF 1'IiE WEST. Alt Classes of General arid Com* merclal Printing Executed on the Premises. Workmanship — The Best. Charges— The Lowest. the. 'Western Age/' Barton Street, Cobar.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

We Prm t the Ne ws, THEREFORE, 'Age' Advts. Pull. PUBLISHED: WEDNESDAY - - - - & SATURDAY. Telephone 57. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

*' T tJ 13 LOOAL GOVERNMENT ' AOT, 1900.' Examination for Clerks and Auditors, yV N examination for Cortiticates of Qmilitiontioii as Clerics and Audi tors to a Sliiro or M miiciimlity will l)u hold al Sydnoy and country centres on 2'jili May and trio following days Full particulars lis to subjects, con ditions of examination, fuoa.clo , may lio ohLniuad from tlio Cleric to tho Comniiltoo, Pastoral Exchnngo(Roon) 03), 4 O'Coiiiiell-Btieel, Hydnny. Last day for receiving applications is 26th April, 1910. J. GARLfOK. Oflicor-in-Chargo. Loo,.! Govornmont Ollico, Svrinoy, 18th Mure!), J915. ? ' ? Cr88 To Miners & Well Sinkers. ^TENDERS nre invited for Sinking mid Bricking a Well, 5ft. by 130ft. (or water), nt Dubbo. Easy ? alluvial sinking. Bricks, etc., sup plied. Tcndors close April 8tl-. Lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. E. WURFEL, Wiwona Orchard, Dubbo. THE | 7 er minus Hotel Corner of Linsley and Bradley-streets. Wrs HI. J. Daley, B-^s to romind bor numerous f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

M. A. Padula, THE OtiDBST ESTABLISHED Watchmaker, Jewellerand Optician in Cobar, Has always on band the best selected stook of ' Jewellery, Gold and Silver, Electroplate, etc, IN THE DISTRICT. Prices compared with the value of our goods, are the lowest in Cobar. The only Qualified Resident Optician. Kwong On & Co. General Storekeepers and Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Are prepared to enter into contraota tor .applying ChineBO for ring-barking and ? icrub-cutting, as well as Chinese Bcrvants and cooks for stations. LARGE STOCKS OF CROCKERY. IRONMONGERY. GROCERY. MERCERY, and BOOTS and . SHOES, carried. 8a»b kiyen of Rabbit and Fox Skins, &c. HIGHEST;, PBIOE8 .QrVBN. , - Orders Promptly Attended to.' MORRISON Bros'. . - ?? LINEOE . . Royal Mail G baches Leave the Booking Office, next the Band Hall, Bourke' Street, Cobar, Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., tor WILCANNIA, WHITE CLIFFS, BROKEN HILL and all Intermediate Stations. All Fares, Parce...

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The People's Savings. SOME INTERESTING FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

The People's Savings. SOME INTERESTING PACTS. The half-yearly roport of the Go vernment Savings Bauk of NS.W. ns recently presented to Parliament, is now ivvailable for oiroujation and oontnins a wliolo fund of interesting information concerning tlio thrift of our pooplo mid into wlnvt ohaniiols it is lioini! diverted to ussist tlio wider |iro|,'roBB of tlio nation. Indeed, tlio report is unii]iio in that it deals con cisely with ovory phase of this great liniiiiciiil iiihlilulion, now llio socond largest Savings Bank in tho British cinpiro — facts which in other banks aro guarded as tlio innor secrets of tlio institution aud only known to tlio directors thomeolvoB. For install co : Tho hank had on 30tli Juno last only a point leBS than 33 millions in itskcopiDg. This sum includes a point ovor 8} millions taken ovor from the SavingB Bank of N.S.W. (bettor known as tho Barraok street ' Savings Bank) which was amalgamated on 1st May. 3} per oent interest was being paid on de posits of...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Death of Mr. T. M. Buckland. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

Death of Mr. T. M. Buckland, Ono of tho best known aud respect ed residonts of Wrightville, Mr. T. M. Buoklaud, passed away somewhat Buddeuly last night, to the iotoiiBe Borrow and regret of a very large cirole of friends. Mr. Buoklaud was temporarily acting as aeoretary of the Wrightville A.M.A. during the ab sence of his son, Mr. G. Buoklaud. Yesterday afternoon, between 3 and 4 o'olook, he was resting on the hotel verandah next door to the A.M.A. office, when he asked a young man named Harry Broad to assist bim to tho oflioe, as he felt unwell. On reaohing the place ho lay down, com plaining of a bad bead. Later on the old gentleman hocaiae worse, and Dr. Letoher was summoned, hut nothing oould be dono to save bis lifo, and ho expired about 11 o'olock last night. Wo understand tho causo of death was a rupture of a blood vessel on tho brain. Tho late Mr. Buoklaud, who was G5 yoars of nge, for several years ocoupied a Boat in the Wright villo Council up till recontly, and for at le...

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Visit of Railway Superinten-dent Milne. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

Visit of Railway Superinten dent Milne. District Bailwav Suporintondent Miluo blow into Cobnr on Wednesday evening's mail train (known ollioially as 'No. 5 mixed'). Sinco tlio closing of Great Cobar, Mr. Milno slatos tho working of traffic on tho tfoslcrn lino has heccmo more diflicult, not hccauso it has increased in volumo, but owing to tbo shortage of rolling stock. Far mers and llio publio generally seldom realised what Groat Cohar meant to them and tho railway, as a great quantity of rolling stock used tocomo to Cohar loaded and roturned empty, tho empties being dropped at stations and sidings along tlio lino for roluru loading. Recently llio Cohar Council, on llio motion of Alii. Leah, wrote to thu District Bnilwny Superintendent ask ing that whon it was necessary , lo run special goods trains to Cohar samo bo rim if possihlo on tho ' oil' train days, with a viow to public cou vcnicucii. .Somehow or olhcr the appeal bus not had tho dosirod elfect. Ln&l mouth somo 15 or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

-.-SCWCr- j HK ' ^ Mm yd m-wrmrnm mm km ™ biKENrr |P YOU WANT THE BEST RETURNS FOR \ WHH* PRODUCEandSTOOV I I TRY I I HARRISON, J0NE5S DEVLIN CD I I sydNEY WE ARE SELLING BROKERS ONLY. | 'a ? ? I -' ^'WRKWiMianBManRmBBiaBBaBsaBBnBnnBHnBnBaBBi /^^KaawwBawBM— ???— ? — — mniu-'Oii^ 1'Yow Autumn Suitings are the Best y / have seen,' writes a cits' tomer, and many others iell W SI j us the same over the counter. -? r^jC I 77»s is really autumn, sir, [ und YOC/ should see E Murdoch's New K HlMBkl Autumn Choice begins with Tweeds Mmmm ||hh // trom Australian Mills. Then U the British Tweeds and Wor- i steds in firm hnish and rough MW& l|5| nK ! effects; popular grey:-, browns, IfMf IH iiLm j six inch broken checks, dressy ra|fj| |||||jfe|^^ | pin head and bird's eye pat- |ffi||r 1 'ij j ||w» // terns. Just slip the coupon in BlU 11™ j If « the post and the patterns || la ill If J 11 J j come btj return. As to the L llnfflf., Mb \1 tailor work, Lave it with us. mjxM lima We guarante...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Saturday. Good Friday was colebrated with fine weather, and tho oburches at wbioh speoial services wore held were all throngod. The attendance at the Boyal Show was 83,000, a thousand less than last year. The takings wero £4016, as against £4306 last year. The High Jump was won by Eroni Bros.' Landlook, last year's winner, wbo cleared 6ft 9in. Ban dolier and Sunstar, belonging to A. Judd, divided second place, clearing Gft 9in at tho fourth attempt. Bobort IIo-.vo, tho Fodoral Labor mombor for Dally in tho Houso of Representatives, diod suddonly yo3 torday, at his homo at Balmain, aged 54, from heart disoaso. In Auckland torrential rain com pletely spoiled llio holiday. Ovor 21 iuchc3 foil. Two mon woro drowned at Mauuknu through the enpaizing of a honl. MF.r.BOL'KNU, Saturday. Mrs. Keitsfc, 78, mother of Mr. Konst, M.L.A., was burnt to death in her homostoud. Tho houso and con tents woro destroyod. Tho cause of tho firo is a mystory.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

Mail Time Table. ' Time of departure from Oobar Poat Office — For Sydney, 7.60 a.m. (and when bearing lato foe 8.6 a.m.), Tuesdays, Thuradayi and Saturdays. WrighUillo, 7 p.m. Mondayf Wednes day and Friday. Louth, Friday, 7.15 p.m. Undon Park, Friday, 7.15 p.m. Gilgunnia, Friday, 7.15 p.m. Mfc. Drysdale, Tuesdays 6 n.m. and Fri days, 7.1 5 p.m. Nymagco and Shutileton, Wednesdays, 7.15 p.m. Elouern, Tuesdays and Saturdays, 10 and 10.15 A.m. Wilcaiium, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat urdays, 5.45 p.m. IPowong, Monday, Wednesday nud Fri day, 7 p.m. Time of arrival ivb Post Office, Oobar. From Sydnoy, etc., Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 6.20 p m. From Wrigbtvillo, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 7 a.m. From Louth. Thursday, 6 a.m. Fioni linden Park, Wednesday, 6 a.m, Krom Oilgunnia, midnight Tuesday. Kiom Mt. ]-ryttdale, Monday aid Thurs day. 5.45 p m. and 10 p.m. Frtm NyiuMjM'e and Shuttleton, Wed ijodny. 0 a.m. J- ron i Klouera, Tuesday and Saturday, 7 a. in. From Wilcannia, Mom ay, .Thur...

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