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Conference is Supreme. SPEAKER WANTS NO BOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 April 1915

Conference is Supreme. SPEAKER WANTS NO BOSSES. The supremo power of the P.L.L. Conference was emphasised by Mr. Meagbor, tho president, at tho confer ence in Sydnoy Inst Friday after noon. 'I don't take my orders from any Parliamentary party or cauous,' said Mr. Meagher. You are makers of the Constitution — we are the servants who carry out your legislative desires. We want no politioal mandarins or bosses. The man from tho bush humpy beyond Bourke is as good at conference as the brainiest man present. Wo don't want to have the idea grow up in anybody's mind that the Parliamentary Labor Party is supreme or superior to this oonfer enoe, beoauao onoe you get the idea that there is a Brahmin caste or politioal mandarins, then Labor is ripe for disintegration. I don't want to Bay as one man said, ' Who is tho executive 1' I havo gonorally found that the man who talks most con temptuously of tho P.L.L. exooutivo is generally tho man, who with batod breath waits 011 the doorstop at elect...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Bachelor's Nieces PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT COPYRIGHT. CHAPTER XXVII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 April 1915

A Bachelor's Nieces, gSaidSHBB BT BNtQUL ARRANGEMENT. Xy Sbora ItuddeH, AsftbMref 'BeeiyrfaUfa the Snow,' 'The Broken SmI,' Beatafth the Wav«/' BiMar MttUgkt,' 'Th. Drift .frat.,' ?? Tk. »«r.t of £. ftlrw,' , 'AHliiw Okitm,' ' A 0.untty SwMtkMrt,' **lTir gwaUw TgiV ' On Qtld.n Hl»r«i. ' ' A F.Ul Put.' ' Hfc Will ui Htn,' fts., fta. MFT119KX. CHAPTER XXVII.-(a-nrin«*£) I Bam hesitated a minute; being alwoyc ad* dressed aa Sam, or Old FeUr't eon, he' had nearly forgotten what his aurname waa. 'I had 'to think a minute,' Sam answered. MYeu see I am seldom called auy. other namo bat Sam. But my full naaoe is Samnel John Wataon. My mother gave all her children namea from the Bible. She is a good old woman, mother ; no aona ever had a ostter.' ' I will knit her a shawl for a Christmas pretwnt. What colour doee «he like beetf' asked feetty. M Bloe la her favourite colour, aa bor hmr b reddiah, liko mino ; bo itbocomoe her bvst. | fiie will be pleased aud proud when she gets your shawl, miw...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SILK FROM SEAWEED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 7 April 1915

SILK FROM SEAWEED. Dr. L. Sarasin has succeeded, accord ing to 'La Nature,' in making artifi cial silk from the 'slime' of tho sea weed which is thrown up in immense quantities on the. coasts of Normundy, Norway, Scotland and Canada. An Eng lish company is said to be exploiting the process, for which a great future is pre dicted.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADMIRAL BEATTY. BRILLIANT CAREER. RAPID PROMOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

ADMIRAL BEATTY. BRILLIANT CAREER. RAPID PROMOTION. Vice. Admiral Sir David Keatly, K.C. m M.V.u., U.ss.o., luta played a most distin guished part In the uuval campaign of this war, and by so doing lias Justified the ex pectations of ull who had followed Ills ser vice career (says tho London Dally Tele graph). The son of Captain I-. L. Hcatty, of I'orodale, co. Wexford, he was horn on January 17, 1K71. He entered tho Navy as a cadet in IKK4. was promoted to sub-lieu* tenant In IK90, and to lieutenant in 1K92. It was during the Nile Expedition to the Koudan lu l'JQS that Lleutenat Realty won his llrst laurels. lie was employed under Sir Herbert (now Earl) Kitchener In get thai the gunboats over the cataracts, and performed this arduous task with comnletc success. When, during the tiMinluirdment hy the gunboats of the Dervish, sfonghold at llalir, Commander Colvllle was wounded.. Lieutenant lleatty took over the command, of the Motilla, and fought his little ships with great gallantry ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUL OF A PEOPLE. FRANCE AND THE CRISIS. HOW IT IS BEING FACED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

SOUL OF A PEOPLE. FRANCE AND THE CRISIS. HOW IT IS BEING FACED. (Dully Chronicle.) How is France meeting this painful slagi of the war— when a statu of siege is fiialti tultu'tl along the miles of battle-Hue from tho Swiss frontier to the sea? Tho answer is that France Ih facing the situation with suporb courage. Never In all her brilliant and turbuient history has France risen to such heights of nutionnl greatness, or set the world so lino an example of devotion to a supreme Issue. No precedent can be lounu in her past history for tho present united and heroic stand. When France has hud to face national crises— and she has ^ had more than any country lu tho world— dynas- ties and governments have been overthrown, or internal upheavals, dlsunJun, disorders, and anarchy liavo taken place. 1 asslous liave been let loose, ambitions stirred, heroes arisen as the defenders of liberty to end as usurpers. To-day nothing mars the moral greatnoss of tho people. A new spirit l,e*'' meates the...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORLD LEAGUE OF INTELLECT THINKERS SHOULD DICTATE. IDIOCY OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

WORLD LEAGUE OF INTELLECT THINKERS SHOULD DICTATE. IDIOCY OF WAR. It is probable, strange as it may appear, that America, in virtue of her nonparticl pation In this world war, Is more impressed by its sheer foolishness than any of the mo tions engaged in It (says Scientific Ameri can). In Europe one's realisation of its idiocy Is largely swampeU by one's patriot-' ism. Europeans think of their men dying in the trenchcs, of a glorious bayonet charge, of a hundred local hut Intensely interesting and stirring episodes, and in their pride, rage, or terror they lose sight of the larger implica tions. Europe is too close to the picture to sec it; too busy- fighting or scanning casualty lists to philosophise. But this is America's opportunity for the inauguration ol a great worid-lcague ot intellect. The whole tribe of politicians, diplomatic, and high official people of all kinds havo blundered. ? Again and- again we have had warnings of their incompetence; their fall tire to grapple with...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOURISTS AT THE FRONT. MORBID-MINDED ATTRACTED. HORRORS DELIGHT THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

TOURISTS AT THE FRONT. MORBID -MINDED ATTRACTED. HORRORS DELIGHT THEM. At the I tattle of Uletfonteln. cnily In the South African War, several ladies turned up on bicycles. Thoy climbed a hill which nave a view of the scone of operations, but had hardly -arrived at the top when a Boer shell pitched fairly close to them, and sent them scuttling. 'Very plucky of them,' said tho ivcorder of this Incident, 'but they wero rather In the way.' 'Rather in the way.' That was far too mild a way of putting it. woioro tao war wan six months old, Capetown wno full of trippers who had' come out from England to 'see the fun.' Nino-tenths or thorn were women, and to PUL it plainly and ungallantly, thoy wero a detestable nuisance. They occupied quarters required by officers and sick. They bought up eggs and other delicacies which should havo gone to hospitals, they wasted the time of young officers, who should have been busy looking after their men. Thore are som* people who remember LorJ Kitchener'...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL AMID SHELLS. TOMMIES' INDIFFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

FOOTBALL AMID SHELLS. TOMMIES' INDIFFERENCE. A British captain of artillery wrote on Janiimy 8'tIio GcrnmnH nopenr to hnvc Rot a 'r'h '''V.'Im of ammunition for their guns '£!!! «.t a forward obHervation 'tatloii this inornhiir n nervine for our hattciy, which firing, when hihi ilcnly'I heard' the n»l*o of a nhcjl ^'ahjB, iKft. the air, and then th-t ban* 11 explt* '[cd ii n hit tine the ground about 400 yard* to my right fiont clone to a road. Thin wan followed by another al a -flhoH 'Interval, which fell nearer. Tl ' V.y numo TommlcK playing toothnll In u but they took an notice, and proceeded with tlieli ffirV*8 however, who wcre worklnK on tho rouf beat a hasty retreat, very wisely! Die shell thet fell thick and fast up and the - ronii ami in tho Held* on cither wldo, and Home 40 mu«t hn\ t been Shred, but though there wcrenocmlufpcoyit about, not a *cul wns touched. It w.ih really n ar voIIouk. 'Two of tho Hhells fell on the road, n o I never aaw such a men* a« they made. The w...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH ARMY. NEW DRAFTS AT FRONT. UNTRIED MEN SCORE. MORE THAN A MATCH FOR GERMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

BRITISH ARMY. NEW DRAFTS AT FRONT. UNTRIED MEN SCORE. MORE THAN A MATCH FOR GERMANS. Ihu Dally Chronicle special L'liinspomlc.i tvrutu froin Picardy on January 31:— .Seven lighting continued on Friday and yesterd.i, in tho Lit liaast'o region, and tho progres.* made by our troops has revealed, by 'Uw great number of unburlud bodies or German troops, how heuviiy tho enemy had paid i'*n their mussed attacks. The Germans huvc also ronewod th**n efforts in the ypros and Armentleres regions, and have been almost as prodigal of big shells as in the murucroiis days of October* ou viiiwi, uiu nownere nas uiu iiritlsli llm budged, and If we have not mado a genei.n counter-offensive it is because the hour ha? not yet struck. According to several German prisoners, their Emperor himself supervised the gram' Baaseo region, and 1a Telegrauuno's spccial correspondent an* nounces that (he War Lord was with hi? troops there two days berore. It is certain that the attacking Germans camo on with unwon...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

Return Thanks. ! T rT^. T. M. BUOKLAND mid ?*' Family desiro to return Bincero THANKS to nil who liy deedp and v ? r,r - k in til j endeavoured to lea son their sorrow during llioir recent groat horeavement.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Occidental Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

The Occidental Mine. 1 The following extracts are taken B from tho gonoral manager's report of work dono for the fortnight ending & 31st ultimo:— S Ore raised — 2103 trucks, equal to g* 1261.8 tons, were raised and sont to ^ tho battory. Avorago mino assay, ^ lldwls 13grs gold per ton. «§ Sloping — 59 tons of oro raised sg from south gossan stopo, 140ft lovol, for an nverago valuo of Gdwts 19grs J| gold por ton. From No. 1 stope, ,|s 540ft level, 73 tous wero taken, having JS a valuo of Oilwls 7grs gold por Ion. No. 2 stopo on Llio same level is not |j|| at presont hoing worked. In Barg- ,1®? wanna's stopo 331 tons woro raised, avorago valuo 7divts 20grs gold per 'igj ton. In ITpgan's stopo a quantify of good ore lonmiiis tu ho won on tho south end. In Hogaii's No. 3 stopo jM oro 13 being broken from a faco 10 to 12 feet wide.. 4 1 tons raisod averagod 15dwls 1-lgrs gold per ton. At tho '??J G40ft level, breaking oro in Turner's 'i stopo has ceased, pending completion vi; of...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

rrc?!c*? A LT/ persons found phooling, kp.n f.sifOO hti.'.iiiig, 01 uUii-MiIsC TRESPASSING 011 Moryula or Cor oiifia Downs Holdings will ho pro secuted without respeel to persons. THE MANAGER. NOTICE. A NY j rif oi'S found cutting fenceB, putting sleek on without per trUftinn, or otherwise fiespiissiuj; without permission, on tho Cowalsor L:'f!f ! Inn.: 1 J-iiinoi:k, adjoiiiin^ l»iidn, will he prosecuted without respect to persons. W. H. BANNISTER, Cobar. November 26, 1913. Jules B. Gall and, Latf. of Fohhes, TTAS taken over tho WINE and ^ COOL DRINKS SHOP, Pad ula'8 Terrace, Marshall-street, lately coiiductcd hy Mr. G. Budd. Cool Drinks and Wines of the Beit Quality only served. I solicit 0110 trial, and am suvo you will then como again. A. C, 1 JOHNSTON, Dentist. I Marshall-Street I Nonr Star Hotel and Opposite 1?. T. McGinley. COBAR TKMCPHONK No. lil. VISITS CANBELEGO FORT NIGHTLY. — Next visit, April 27tfrto 30th. I ?

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

The ' Red Bird' and ' Massey Harris' Bicycles have long been known aa the best and liigbesb-prloed tnaohines on the market. We are ?ailing these now at £15, with best equipment. All fittings for these machines stooked. — H. Doggeb, Dinsley-street.2 You can make the best purchases in children's footwear and hosiery at A. B. Campbell's.* Jnsb landed, nearly 600 yds. Lino hsni nnd Floor Cloth, direob from Glasgow (Scotland), eaob one a new season pattern. H. Dogger, LinBley Bfereet* Printed and Published by Bidnby Fbani AHDBBBON and GKOBQB OOBNELUJI MAlilFHANT, Bole Proprietors, attheli ' Office (, Barton-street, Collar, in ibi ftpteof Ntw SopU WaltiJ . The Western Afir. With which to Incorporated ; The Cobar Herald, eslab. 1877. SATURDAY. APRIL 10. 1916.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Canbelego News. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

Canbelego News. Cauhologo is suffering from tho drought, and 11 shortago of water is looming ahead of tho Monet Boppy Gold Mino. Tho roads mid stroots, owing to tho heavy traflio, are no thing hub voritahlodust heaps. W. Flynn, who broke his leg in tho high jump nt tho spoils meeting 011 Saturday, is now 11 1 ? inmato of llio Goltngo Hospital and in doing as woll as can I10 0x1 octod. E. Doylo, who won the ovont, handed the prize over to Flynn and a collection 011 the ground realised £4. Tho troublo existing botweon tho Mount Boppy Mino maiiagomonband tbo the Mino Employees Union over the dischargo of a numlior of wood cartars, has boon amicably sottlod. Tho Canbelego branch of tho Wost orn District Minn Employoos Asso ciation lias mado great headway sinco its inauguration about nine months ago, with Mr. J. Jonkins assocretary. The union startod without anything, the assets of tho old union bolonging to tho A.M. A. of N.S.W. To-day the Canbelego branch has a oredit of £178, in addit...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

_Wbon our Sale Dag is flying, the prices are 1-jw. — M'Grath and Pow derly, Meroery Specialists.* .The Barmedmau weather propheb has been at it again. He has be6n sending his latest forecast to the country preBS, whioh be describes as a ' special' effort. It is to the effect that there will be ' temporary break ing of the drought during April, - Great cyolonio disturbances, towns and shipping severely affected ; wide spreading rains and floods ; droughty oonditionB will rale later, and crops a failure. 1916 disastrous drought and crops again will fail ; earthquake in New Zealand this year ; loss of life and property also in Australia before 1917.' Wo have the men, also the material, to enable us to do good work on oyoles oV cars. — H. DOGGER, Llns ley-atreet. 1 Values at A. B. CAMPBELL'S store make buying elsewhere expensive'' The catoh of the season — M'Grath and Powderly's Sale. When we say Sale, wo mean Sale.*

Publication Title: Western Age
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Relations Strained. STATE AND FEDERAL LABOR PARTIES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

Relations Strained. STATE AND FEDERAL LABOR PARTIES. Sydney, Wednosday. Mr. Hughes' appoarance at tho La bor Conforonco last night in support of tho moliou cf consuro against tho State Labor Party, came as a thun derbolt to members of the Slate Cab inet, and relations between tho Stato and Federal Governments are Btrain od. Ib is olaimed that Mr. Hotmail's minute eonbained a reflection on Mr. Fishor's financial administration. ' We thought,' said one Minister, Wo had tho sympathy of our kith and kin in tho movement in our en deavours to koop things going during tho war, and wo oxpoctod somo kind ness and toleration. Tho Federal Party sought our assistance at elec tion timo, aud wo ungrudgingly gavo it. Wo shall remomhor this on tho next occasion.' Sydnoy, Thursday. Anothor dobato took placo at tho P.L.L. conforenco to-night, 011 a mo tion which had for its ohjoot tho cen sure of tho Government for its actions regarding industrial problems during the war. Tho motion was defoatod by 7...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

TRY THIS HOME RECIPE FOR j COUGHS AND COLDS. SAVES 10/-. By a Qualified Chemist. The following recipe for coughs :md colds is used in thousands of homes. It gives quick relief from trouhlt.sume colds, acts quickly in clearing the head, promptly cases sore throats, whooping cough, croup, bronchitis, asthma and other stubborn colds, and saves 10/- for your pocket. Into a jug put four tablespooiifu'j of sugar ^ or honey, three of treacle, two of vinegar, and a large break fast cupful of hot water. Stir, then add one bottle of Hean's Essence. I'our 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 drag of any kind, is wonderfully eflectivc, keeps good always, and is a great money-saver. ' The mixture 1 make from Hean's Essence is the best and cheapest cough mixture I have overused.' — Mrs. E. Delaney, Cobar, N.S. W. 'My experience with Hean's Essen...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

???3 THE PRINTING HOUSE 1 I OF THE WEST. | \ All Classes of General and Ccm- | S mercial Printing Executed on | the Premises. | Workmanship— The Best. | 1 Charges— The Lowest. '' T^i 'Western Age,' | Barton Street, Cobar. % ? ? ? .1

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 10 April 1915

I $z£z/cy szeccc^tf. I Jcrza£ ^cd /z-rat&s fr~ I j ^ --. cesi&^&r'tW-it^crA t i £ rJt07is/rf--S/('Si^iC?'\ M Ball & Welch 1 Family PTY. LTD. 'Drapers 1 569-581 George Street 1 SYDNEY I

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