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Latest War News. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

Latest War News. I SYDNEY, Saturday. I The stoamor Sovon Soas was sunk by a submarino olf Bcaohy Heads. A terrific explosion occurred, and tho vessel sank in llnoo minutes. No warning was given. Eloven livos wero lost Tho steamer KmiLhport was tor pedoed GO wilns from Cnpn Fillister. Tho crow of 3G woru rescued by nn othor British steamer. A Norwegian hari|Uo was torpodocd hy n German submarino in tho Noitli Boa. Tho crow lauded at tho Hook of Holland. Tbo French vessel Emma was also sunk off Boachy Heads without warn ing. Sho foundered in llireo minutes, tho ship being split in two. 17 of tho crow aro missing. Hp to llio ond of March 54 vessels had boen sunk by Gorman warships, 38 .by submarine's, nnd 12 by mines. Of 1559 vossels which arrived and sailed InBt week, oDly five were sunk, including a Dutoh steamor. A Dutch oil steamer was captured and taken to Now Havon for supply ing oil to submarines. Most of the crew wero Germans. Allies' airmon bombarded and da maged tho railway b...

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

I NERVE BREAKDOWN The letter published below show* the cerrout condition a buiiness man | m«y be reduced to offer severe attack* I of indication or serious operations. 1 Mr. Miles, who represents one of l| the largest commercial firms operating n in Australasia. and lo whom good henhli H is necessary, was cured of Ncrv- M Breakdown and Indigestion by lh * u unquestionably fine remedy. He jj thinks there is no meeicine so full o! 3 heallh-creating powers, as it restored U hts health afler an opefalloo for j appendicitis in Melbourne list year, j when his nerves were so weak that he could tcarcely get about. His lettrr is vrorth reading to CLEMENTS TONIC 1 Commercial TriTiUers' Clib, Maora Sl, 5y4a«y. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., 4 ' Far ytan \ tmlfrrcd Iron Ckroate fl |t£fesUoa ao3 Nerra Debility. My aOaeats ware iatusiliad wkca 1 be caai a victim U ayptadiritis» (or vkkh I was opmUi oa ncces^olly, bat wfcicb left cm very weak. A friend tn Sydsty told na ofkis case, wkkk wa» alaoit tkoatkt U...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Drought Conditions. STOCK INSPECTOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

The Drought Conditions. I STOCK INSPECTOR'S REPORT. Mr. Stock Inspector Woollett re ports that the drought conditions still prevail, aud tho stato of llio oouulry is much worso limn when ho reported last month. Wo havo 'bad no rain, aud consequently llio'food has driod olf, wlioro it was to ho found. In tho Coolalmh portion of tho district llio feed wiip, llireo months ago, a thick body aud grcon; now it is most ly dry slicks and innulriliouR. Large numhors of stock aro passing through Nyinngeo from nillston, but thoy aro moslly caltlo and horses, it being im possible to movo poor shoop. But for llio undoubted skill of tho drovors, lossoa would ho much hoavior than thoy are. It is remarkable tho con sideration that is boing shown hy landowners lo ownors and drovers of poor and starving stock. Every assistanco possiblo is being rondored. Sovoral holdings aro short of wator at llio bomestoads. Only in tho hands of experienced drovors is it posaiblo to move Btock along T.S.R.

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

The ' Red Bird' and ' Massey Harris' Bioyoles liavo long been known as tho best aud highest-priced maobines on the market. We are selling these now at £15, with best equipment. All fittings for these maobines atooked. — H. DOGGER, Linsley-street.2 The oatoh of the sooson — M'Grath and Powderly's Salo. Wlion we say Salo, n:o2!' £?!c.* Jtiles B. Gall and, Latk op Forbes, TTA8 taken over tlio WINE and -LL COOL DRINKS SHOP, Pad uln's Terrace, Marshall-street, lately conducted by Mr. G. Budd. Cool Drink, and Wine* of the Beit Quality only .erved. I solicit one trial, and am sure you will then oome again. 'Western Age' office for Confectionery and Fftsit Bags at Bedrock prices. Rheumatism, Lumbago and Sciatica. Tliero are three forma of liiiii. llsni — Acuta Rheumatism, Ulirimlc llln.umatlsm, and MuBCUlnr Hliouma Uriu. Aculo IUieunintlum Is '.lie la llamninll',n of a nicmbrano knuv.-n ns Llio synovial membrnno. which Hups llio Joints, ami which cxtciiilB to viirioiis parla cf tho liody up...

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

'Mamma's Going to Wash Me With RexonaSoap.' Baby's chiof charm lios iu his soft and lovely skin. To acquire that purity and delicacy of skin hoalth, use Bexona Skin and Faoial Soap. Washing with Bexona Soap, first takes away all impurity and dirt, then softens the skin cells aud aots as a tonio upon the outicle, bo that the elasticity is strengthened and the result gives the soft bloom of health that we seo in early youth. Nothing so promotes and maintains the purity of tho oomplexion, band and hair under all conditions as does Rexona Skin and Facial Soap. It excels in purity, delicacy, and fragrance, for it iB medicatod on the samo principles as tbo famous Bexona Ointment. Prico 1/- por tablet. Just landed, nearly 600 yds. Lino leum and Floor Ololh, diroob from Glasgow (Sootland), each one a new season pattern. H- DOGGER, Linsley Street.* Progress rolurus of stock in New South Wnlos, oompiled from rolurns recuivod ut Pastures Protection Board ollicos up to January 2GU) 1915, and fr...

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

SUMMARY. Shearing has commenced in the Marra country. 1 fa osier to livo within your in come limn it is lo livo without it. Tho Glen limes Municipal Council Iirh over 13000 on its hooks as out standing rules. A bnle of wool sold and resold in Sydnoy realised .62300 for tbo Patri otic Funds. A little monoy greases tho wheels oi hfv, hut tco much makes then) ex ceed tbo speed limit. Lifo uovor comes up to expecta tions, bill it makes up for it by giving one u lot ho didn't c-xpoot. ' About SO families from Broken Hill arrived in Condobolin on Saturday, They proceeded lo tlio railway camps, Mr. ,-3. H. ? llope, manager of Meryula, has roturned to the station after a serious illness in Sydney. Siinbm. r. Cakdon (Lerida) and O. O. Tulloh (Springfield) are at present in Sydney for Easter and tho Show. About 100 bales of scourcd wool (rem Dunlop station, on tbo Darling, realieod tho splendid prico of 2s Gd per Ih. on tho London market. Everything points to tho ' South Oss ' hotels closing ...

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

Buy belter stores for less monoy at A. B. CAMPBELL'S.* lyres vulcanised, bars titled, wheels repaired, or any class of motor or .oyole work. — !!. Dogger, Linsley *treet.4 ^Printed and Published by 8IDNEY FRiNI - ANDEBBONand GEOEOH COBNBLIDI . MATIPHANT, Sola Proprietors, atthel: v .''..'. . offioefl, .. Barton-street,. Opbar, in ill State of Niw Bont) Wftlu,' The Western Age. Willi which is lucmporalcil The Cobar Herald, estab. 1877. SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1015. -

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

Ptuit and Confec- 1 tionery Bags Sold in any quantity at the ' Age ' office.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Times" Attacks the Government. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

'Times' Attacks the Govern ment. In a loading article on tbo reoruit ing trouble in connection with the war tho ' Times ' says : — The Government will not give tho nation faots, but instead descends to humiliating appeals that exoite ri dioule in both neutrals and enemies. All sorts of understandings are being tried. The whole ofCoial attitude be trays a lack of oourage and a deplor able nervousness. Although the num ber of our armies in theUnited King dom is extraordinary, it is dear that we have not enlisted all that we shall want. Tlio Times lurthor, declares that the agonisod advertisements and the imploring posters calling for troops are not meeting with tho response they should, and unlil an organised frank and courageous Government ex hibits itself the necessary require ments of tho country for tho war will not bo met.

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

SIMON'S Gigantic Summer Sale COMMENCES Saturday, Upril 3rd, Fo? i4r Days Only. Tremendous clrcp in priccs (if mir juvstriit stock of Dra pery, CknUi;)^, Merccry, Crocket y, Wc ;ivu preparing to give you exceptional bargains during this great Sale. Such prices assure a lower cost ol living, and make a little money go a long way. Your confidence will be maintained, for our prices throughout represent the limit of littleness. Just come aud see, you'll remain to buy. All usual prices are now cut into small pieces. BARGAINS IN DRAPERY. Ladies' While Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, usual price i/r» and 2/ doz, At sale going at 1/ and 1/6 doz. Ladies' Fancy-edged Handkerchiefs, usual price 4^d and iod. Sale I price 3d and 7d each. Ladies' Black Sateen Aprons, usual price 1/6, 1/11 and 2/6. Sale price I/, 1/6 and l/ll. Ladies' Dark Print Aprons, usual price 1/3. Sale price I/. Ladies' White Nurse Aprons, usual price 1/3. Sale price I/. Ladies' Long Corsets, latest special value, usual price -1/1...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY'S POSITION. FINANCES AND FOOD. FIVE MONTHS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

GERMANY'S POSITION. FINANCES AND FOOD. FIVE MONTHS OF WAR. Signs of economic weakness were beginning lo show themselves In Germany during the last quarter of 1913 (writes the Times). The long period of almost unbroken prosperity which had followed tho crisis of 1907 wa§ coming to an end. The symptoms of increas ing depression varied In different Industries in Intensity nnd In kind. But the country ^ nerally had lo face the effects of overpro aut tlon and falling prices, ana io comempiaie r.um-tions of output and of profits. The building trade, which, during the period of rxi ansion and the rapid growth of towns, was peculiarly sensitive to economic changes, was extremely depressed. Tho iron industry was suffering from over-production. The coal In dustry was weakened by tho effective oppo sition to the great coal syndicate of strong outside firms. The textile industries were feeling more and more both foreign competi tion and the rise In prices of raw materials. The great electrical ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUNS AND SNIPERS. EXCITING WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

GUNS AND SNIPERS. EXCITING WORK. A Brkt»h transport officer write*:— Wo «re leaving llie trenches to-morrow and coming down for u rest, thank Kootltiesti; but where we are going to reat we have no Idea, Nor have we any Idea how long we will be resting. We cer tulnly deuervo u reat; 17 day* in the trenches. Dozens of men have gone to hoxplta! In the taut few dny« BU(T«rliig from exposure. There has been very heavy cannonading here. Sometimes It Ih IV. i. » ? . . r u 'a- unu nignt continu ously. I™* week It was very bud. Going up ut night with the rations wus quite exciting. We had nur gum*, big und small. In llelds on the side of tho road, dozen* and dozens of them without exaggeration; und to hear four or live of them letting ofT together was enough to frighten the nnIIs out of one; although, of course, there was no 'fl 'r,om } 81tw a rather exciting sight thin morning. One of our aeroplanes wus uo reconnoitring, nnd the Germans started to shell it. Four or nve shells burst undernea...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM WORKERS. DEARTH IN ENGLAND. THE DRAIN OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

FARM WORKERS. DEARTH IN ENGLAND. THE DRAIN. OF WAR. Uoth farmers and their laborers would wel ;ome advice from headquarters as to tho at titude which. In tho Interests of tho »a»°n' they should adopt towards the ; movement .(says the Times). H tberto thoy have bfeu led to understand that tho first duty cf men of military ago and J»u|jab,» physique Is to Join the colors, and many of i,«m imv.. tiritM! on this understanding. At first tho farmer encouraged his laborers to --nil.sf, but alter a deliberate survey of the situation It occurred to 'him that ho might be doing a disservice to' the country, as well as to himself, by' urging his men to join the Two points are chlctly responsible for the uncertainty in fu'ral* districts. The first is the importance bf maintaining, and, if possible, Increasing, production of corn, meat, and dairy articles: and the second the difficulty of filling the places of hands skilled in the different operations.. Eagerness to make the most of his land expo...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BRAVE ACT. THROUGH A TORNADO OP BULLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

A BRAVE ACT. THROUGH A TORNADO OP BULLETS. An Englishman serving with tho Krench Foreign Legion writes: — One net of pluck I must relate. Within a few feet in front of the German trenches were two big wheat stacks. Four men vol unteered to burn thorn — two Russians, one Frenchman, one Englishman, About 2 a.m. orders passed all along our line for none to fire till ordered. Looking through the loop hole I saw the blaae. and knowing nothing of the raid I woke the sergeant and reported tt. now that tire grew: It seemed that the four crawled through the darkness, each with a bottle of paraffin, and successfully fired the two stacks. What a sight! The whole land scape illuminated ns by day, and it was 30 hours before the last embers died out. and the four got hack unhurt, through a tornado of bullets. The captain tshook hands with each. Shall not forget our return in silence through the long trenches nor the dawn, as we got well away, red sky, slight snow on the ground, all trees n Iaccwo...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURKS HATE GERMANS. UNWILLING FIGHTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

TURKS HATE GERMANS. ? — » ? UNWILLING FIGHTERS. The Bourse Gazette at I'etrograJ publlsh td 011 January 8, from Its correspondent at Alexandropol. a remarkable interview with u Uoutenant-colonel In the Turkish urmy, who was captured near Altl during the recent retreat. The officer said lio was without any sym pathy for the Party ol Union and Progress, and when questioned regarding Enver Pasha he waved his hand contemptuously nnd said: 'Enver Fnsha nas ucstroycu us. inis mis erable and unglfted clown of Wilhelm and Sanders Pasha has put our beloved Turkey into a situation from which the only Issue ijeems to be tho grave. 'On my honor as an officer, not a single officer in the Turkish army Is lighting ot his own free will, for this cause. Initiated by the Germans and supported US' the Tur key that has been created by the Party of Union and Progress, Is unrighteous and dan gerous to the existence of the Turkish Em pire. 'About a fortnight ago I was_ ilvlng at Er/eroum, where terrible a...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DESTROY LONDON! GERMAN THREAT. HAGUE CONVENTION JUSTIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

DESTROY LONDON! GERMAN THREAT. HAGUE CONVENTION JUSTIFICA TION. Rene H. Felbelman, Daily Express special correspondent at Amsterdam, wrote on Janu ary 12:— 'London must be destroyed and razed to the ground. That would be in conformity with the Hague Convention.' Thus speaks the Hamburgische Korrespon denz. *irst it asKs me question: 'is tne bomoaru ment of London permissible?' The paper solemnly examlnea the question from the standpoint of international law, and comes to the conclusion that London, though not a fortified town. Includes the actual working machine of Imperial naval and military de fence, not to speak of the great wealth In money and ln artistic treasure. Therefore, London must be considered as a defended town, and, if possible, It must be destroyed and razed to the ground. This, says the paper, would be In con formity with the Haguo Convention. Professor Schroeder, of Cologne, has now found a new scapegoat for the German hatred of the British. He puts the blame on the...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LISTENING FOR WOUNDS. LATEST SURGICAL MARVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

' LISTENING FOR WOUNDS. LATEST SURGICAL MARVEL. X-rays have enabled doctors to accomplish miracles ln the way of locating forelf.' 1 stances in the human body and ' tcrnnl wounds, and to this wonderful aid to healing has now been added an which actually enables a physician to cover wounds by sound. , . t» la Mir .lumen Davidson, consulting sur geon of the Rontgen Hays Department ol Charing Cross Hospital, London, who dc scribes this latest method, which he has tried with the greatest success. His apparatus consists of a special telephone, with doub c receivers. One end of the telephone wire Is attached to a small piece of platinum, which is placcd upon tiny part of the patients skin, near where the wound is supposed to be. This platinum is held in position by plaster or a bandage, the other end of the telephone wire being in the form of a disinfected thread of silver, which is used because It can be readily attached to any of the surgeon s in struments—a Unlfe, a probt. needle, or p...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"BELIEVE!" NEW FRENCH CREDO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

'I BELIEVE!' NEW FRENCH CREDO. 'I send you a rough translation of a Credo by M. Henri Iiuvedan, of tho French Aca demy, which seems to me to express tho spirit of that new France which is our ally,' says a correspondent of tho Spectator: ? 'I believe In the. courage of our soldiers and the skill and devotion of our leaders. 'I believe in the power of right, In the cru saue oi civilisation, tn France, the eternal, the imperishable, the essential. „,'1 believe In the reward of suffering and the worth of hope. .'1 1 believe in confidencc, in quiet thought, charity militant. '''h*'' dlSClp'lnC' ln 'I. believe iu the blood . of wounds and the water or benediction; In the blaze' of ar fi, i: ' „U,i , ,lumo °f the votive candle; In the beads of the rosary. believe in the hallowed vows ot the old „ 8 Patent, innocence of children. J believe in women's prayers, In the Htecn less heroism of the wife, hi tho'calm piety Pof the mother, in the purity ot our cause, in the stainless glory of our H...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATHER VAUGHAN AND WAR. NO PEACE UNTIL BELGIUM RESTORED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 3 April 1915

FATHER VAUGHAN AND WAR. NO PEACE UNTIL BELGIUM RESTORED. Speaking at a New Year's reception and ?-ucial withering held In connection with the Church Of. ss. Mary und Michael, Com merciul-roiid East, l-'ather Bernard Vaughan said his 'ii'i-man .leuult brothers had at tacked him severely for tho utterances to which be felt II was his duty to give ex presHlun In hit- hook- ? They had told the press 'f the world that they wished to be disaysociatfd trom him. He was ? sorry for that fryi-i-am-e. (A Voice: 'And for them!') I ? . Where i-rtnclpli' was Involved he could .taiul no compromise. (Cheers.) What -e had uttered In Ills book ho had uttered .iclibcrately, after taking tho advice of inose for whom he had the deepest respect. Far be It from him to try and retaliate. Me accepted a II they had said against him and Ills principles, but he still ntood strongly before them. (Cheers.) He In tended to stick by those principles, no mat ter wno was against him. Ho did not In tend to be Intimid...

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

WHISKY'S WORK. ?V newspaper reporter lias liccit making investi gations amongst sick people aud 1ms been im pressed by what he heard. A largo number of male consumptives volunteered tho information that tlicv had diunk wliisky before they bccamc i-nnsumptive and after they learucd thoy had the disease. 'It used to help a little,' sand one of the patients. Wheezed ono of tho wliisky-speeclod consumptives: 'Thu only medicine I evor took 1WIS spirits.' According to a physician, 65 per cunt, of consumptives havo boen alcoholics. ?'Whisky is a monace to one with weak limps,' said the physician, 'and a positive danger to consumptives. '

Publication Title: Western Age
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